Idiom: (be) up and about / around
— After the surgery, she was up and about after just a week.
— It’s so nice to be up and around after being in bed with the flu for a week.
— My wife was up and about this morning and seemed fine but by the afternoon she was so dizzy we had to take her back to the hospital.
— After you have kids you'll be so sleep deprived. My youngest is up and about early in the morning.
— Our entire family had the flu for about 10 days except my husband, who was up and about in just four days.
— Doctor, how long do you think it will be until she's up and around again?
— I couldn't leave the house for two weeks after I injured my foot, but now that I have a knee scooter I'm up and about.
— I'm usually up and about at 7:00 am because I need to take the dogs out.
— A: Will you go wake up Sharon? B: Actually, she's already up and about and took a shower an hour ago.
— I'm so exhausted. My wife was up and about really early doing some exercising and I couldn't fall back to sleep.
— You would feel much better if you were up and around before noon on the weekends.
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