phrasal verb → land If you say that you land up in a place or situation, you mean that you arrive there after a long journey or at the end of a long series of events. [mainly British, informal] [V P prep/adv] ⇒ Half of those who went east seem to have landed up in southern India. [V P prep/adv] ⇒ We landed up at the Las Vegas at about 6.30.
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