What is the Meaning of TAKE UP ON?
take up s.o. on s.t.
take s.o. up on s.t.
to accept an offer from someone
1. I would like to take you up on your offer to help, if it is still available.
2. She decided to take up Josh on his offer to lend her money.
3. See STORY example of TAKE UP ON: They were phoning to ask if they could take us up on our offer.
|present:||TAKE UP ON|
|present participle:||TAKING UP ON|
|past:||TOOK UP ON|
|past participle:||TAKEN UP ON|