Jack ran up the hill.
Jack ran up the bill.
Why can we also say “Jack ran the bill up” but not “Jack ran the hill up”?
What does “up” add in the following:
She’ll try to climb up your leg, man!
I’m gonna clean up the mess.
Sorry I messed you up.
There used to be a place up in Toledo.
They laid off a bunch of really high up people.
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