[neez-uhp] /ˈnizˌʌp/

noun, British Informal.
a party or lively gathering, usually including dancing.
noun (pl) knees-ups
a boisterous dance involving the raising of alternate knees
a lively noisy party or celebration, esp one with dancing


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