Literal meaning of Pouch:
POUCH (verb)

The verb POUCH has 3 senses:

1. put into a small bag
2. send by special mail that goes through diplomatic channels
3. swell or protrude outwards

Pouch up means:
Tail gating before events such as: clubbing, parties, quinces, weddings, sporting events.

Where everyone brings bagged alcohol so they can add it to soda or mixers(juices or other alcohol) and you get buzzed before the event.
Sense 1 pouch
Meaning:
Put into a small bag
Classified under:
Verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging

Hypernyms (to "pouch" is one way to...):
bag (put into a bag)
Sentence frame:
Somebody ----s something

Sense 2 pouch

Meaning:
Send by special mail that goes through diplomatic channels
Classified under:
Verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
Hypernyms (to "pouch" is one way to...):
get off; mail (send via the postal service)
Sentence frame:
Somebody ----s something

Sense 3 pouch
Meaning:
Swell or protrude outwards
Classified under:
Verbs of size, temperature change, intensifying, etc.
Synonyms:
bulge; pouch; protrude

Context example:

His stomach bulged after the huge meal

hypernyms (to "pouch" is one way to...):
change form; change shape; deform (assume a different shape or form)

troponyms (each of the following is one way to "pouch"):
bulk (stick out or up)
Sentence frame:
Something ----s

Pouch up:
Let's pouch up before the club because drinks are expensive there. I've got the vodka pouch.
by Pouch up Queen September 21, 2010

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