String up

What is String up?

String up definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
a slender cord or thick thread used for binding or tying; line.
something resembling a cord or thread.

Also called cosmic string. Physics. a mathematical entity used to represent elementary particles, as gravitons, quarks, or leptons, in terms of a small but finite stringlike object existing in the four dimensions of spacetime and in additional, hypothetical, spacelike dimensions. The theory of such objects (string theory) avoids the many mathematical difficulties that arise from treating particles as points.
a narrow strip of flexible material, as cloth or leather, for tying parts together: the strings of a bonnet.
a necklace consisting of a number of beads, pearls, or the like threaded or strung on a cord; strand: She wore a double string of pearls.
any series of things arranged or connected in a line or following closely one after another: a string of islands; a string of questions.
a series of railroad cars coupled together but not constituting an entire train.
Journalism. a compilation of clippings of a stringer’s published writings, submitted in request of payment according to an agreed space rate.
a group of animals, especially saddle horses, owned or used by one person: a string of polo ponies.
(in a musical instrument) a tightly stretched cord or wire that produces a tone when caused to vibrate, as by plucking, striking, or friction of a bow.
strings, stringed instruments, especially those played with a bow. players on such instruments in an orchestra or band.

a bowstring.
a cord or fiber in a plant.
the tough piece uniting the two parts of a pod: the strings of beans.
Architecture. a stringcourse.Also called stringer. one of the sloping sides of a stair, supporting the treads and risers.

Computers, Linguistics. a linear sequence of symbols, words, characters, or bits that is treated as a unit.
Billiards, Pool. a stroke made by each player from the head of the table to the opposite cushion and back, to determine, by means of the resultant positions of the cue balls, who shall open the game.Also called string line. a line from behind which the cue ball is placed after being out of play.

a complement of contestants or players grouped as a squad in accordance with their skill: He made the second string on the football team.
Usually strings. conditions or limitations on a proposal: a generous offer with no strings attached.
Obsolete. a ligament, nerve, or the like in an animal body.

verb (used with object), strung; strung or (Rare) stringed; string