What does "what's up right here" mean? Could you give me some examples?
"What's up right here" is an idiomatic expression that means to understand what is going on/happening currently. Saying "what's up" is more commonly used than "what's up right here." "What's up" is also commonly used as a question to ask what the person is doing. Ex: She knows what's up. Ex: They know what's up in the political world. They are constantly watching the news and reading articles online. A: Hey, what's up? B: Oh not much, just relaxing at home today. How about you?
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