feel\ up\ to\ smth

v. phr. informal
To feel adequately knowledgeable, strong, or equipped to handle a given task.

Do you feel up to jogging a mile a day with me?

Contrast: be up to smth

Словарь американских идиом. — СПб., Изд-во "Лань". . 1997.

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  • live on one's own — • to be on one s own • to work on one s own • to live on one s own • to do smth on one s own (from Idioms in Speech) to be independent, not directed or controlled by others, or simply just to be by oneself He thought it was wrong of him to go off …   Idioms and examples

  • work on one's own — • to be on one s own • to work on one s own • to live on one s own • to do smth on one s own (from Idioms in Speech) to be independent, not directed or controlled by others, or simply just to be by oneself He thought it was wrong of him to go off …   Idioms and examples

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