to be up to

DDT

Senior Member
Italy - Italian
Hola everyone :)

I know that "to be up to something" is commonly used to mean "to be doing something". I was wondering whether it might also mean "to measure up to something" for instance is such a phrase as "he's up to his task"

Thanks,

DDT
 
  • CHS

    New Member
    SPANISH/English CHILE
    Hi there!
    Yes, you could say I am up to this challenge, meaning you can succeed in doing it.
    CHS
     
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