You can read up the subject for yourself at the British Museum.
"Let's read up, Nan, as soon as we get home," said Jo enthusiastically.
I wanted something fine to read up here; and, judging by what I see, I fancy this will suit.
(who has read up the local history, and does not intend to be beaten at this game).
You have your Tuesdays, and go on with your Lecky; and I will keep a copy at home, and read up with you.
I'll get it and read up on the doings of the King and his subjects.
The list of books he read up to this time is preserved in his own handwriting.
She was supposed to "read up" about Rome and Florence, where they hoped to go in the spring.
I found that he'd read up on that, and not too much of his information was incorrect.
She would steal the newspapers and read up about the war, and she kept the other slaves posted as to how the war was progressing.