Siehe auch: are you up TO something? oder: are you up FOR...Siehe auch: i hope you are still up for partying
up for - 1: available for: the house next door is up for sale.
2: being considered for: he had been up for promotion.
3: due for: his contract is up for renewal in June.
up for it - [informal] ready to take part in a particular activity: Nick wasn't really up for it.AHD
up - 11. Informal a. Prepared; ready: had to be up for the game.
up for; usually to be up for (something) - (idiomatic) Willing to participate in; interested in. Are you up for a trip to the library today?
up for (something) - enthusiastic about something. The entire school was up for the final football game of the season.
Idiom: up for something. - Prepared and eager to do it. Example: We're going out clubbing. Are you up for it, too?
to be up for doing something
to be up for anything / it
= [more idiomatic] To be willing to join in, to be keen to be involved. There is sometimes an element of a slight risk or excitement. What is being asked is not routine. There might also be a suggestion that if you decline, then you are a bit of a wimp! http://www.englishlesson.co.uk/learnenglish/c...
English idiom: I'm certainly up for it.
Idiom definition: I'm certainly willing to try it.
Q: I invited a friend of mine for lunch, and received this message "Tks for the invite! I'm game for it!" What does the second half mean. A: He's "up" for it. Ready to go.
up for it - prepared to play, pumped. Tonight's game is important. Every player has to be up for it.
Here's an explanation I just made up (though it's probably not a new joke): what's the definition of erectile dysfunction? Being up for it but not up to it.
"up to it" = having the capability to do something
"up for it" = having the enthusiasm to do it
he's not up to it = he can't do it (mentally, physically)
he doesn't feel up to it = 1) he doesn't feel he can do it, as above;
by extension, he doesn't want to do it, though I would say that is a secondary meaning that evolved later
he isn't up for it = he doesn't want to do it (more common in these days of throwing off social conventions "slacking off")
up for it - Phrase encompassing the enthusiasm of a person for an event.
It was a beautiful night ..., but I just wasn't up for it last night. I guess I didn't have the right dance partner.
I asked Colin Firth if he'd play a cameo in one of the Bollywood songs, but he wasn't up for it
Funny, she wasnt up for it that night. Hey Spence
if you dont mind, Im not really in the mood for Starbucks.
My 14 year old dear daughter wanted to do cookies after dinner, and I just wasn't up for it.
Yeah I think a group thing sounds like a good idea- If everyone else is up for it.
Everyone else was up for it, but I was the most resistant to the idea.
Everyone else was up for it, though, and I was DEFINITELY the minority of the bunch. Simply put, I did NOT want to go
But if everyone else was up for it, I'd certainly give it a shot.
Who's up for a challenge?
It's nice and sunny outside - who's up for a little volleyball?
Ok, who's up for Naked Crisco Twister? Anyone, anyone...?
Anyone up for a game of chess?
I was really (and still am) in the mood for paella, but alas no one was up for it or they were veggie eaters.
I dropped enough hints about singing at the karaoke bar, [but] clearly no one was up for that. ;)
No one was up for the 5km hard trek to Hem Kund, ponies or no ponies. We missed out on a unique landscape.