TO MESS UP (SOMETHING)
TO TIDY UP (SOMETHING)
TO BEAT UP (SOMETHING/SOMEONE)
TO GIVE UP
TO CREEP UP ON (SOMEONE)
6. The thugs pounced on the old lady as she came out of the bank and, after taking her money, her up and left her lying in the street.
7. "Don't on him! He's a really nice guy and I'm sure you could be good together"
8. "You know, it's rude to up on people. You gave me a fright!"
9. The policeman up on the mugger from behind and dealt him a strong blow to the head.
10. "If you mum's kitchen you'd better it up again!"