- a lively, noisy party involving dancing and drinking；a fast, loud, or danceable piece of pop music
noun: rave-up, plural noun: rave-ups
- 1. a lively, noisy party involving dancing and drinking:
we had a bit of a rave-up
- 2. a fast, loud, or danceable piece of pop music:
tunes include full-band rave-ups with a rock-and-roll bassline
- IPA[ˈˌrāv ˈəp]
- n.another term for rave
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