To save up

to save upTo save up is a phrasal verb which means that you are deliberately keeping money aside so that you can buy something in the future.  For example,  I’m saving up at the moment so I can afford to go on a thrill-seeking adventure holiday to Sri Lanka and India next year. Unfortunately, at the moment, my piggy bank is completely, and utterly empty!  Holy smokes, I need to cut down on buying bottles of wine, bars of chocolate and stupid saucepans!  Somebody save me from myself!

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