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Parf of speech: Verb, OED Year: 1880, OED Evaluation: Chiefly Scottish, Irish English (north.), and English regional (north.).

An act of clearing away or tidying up. Also (occas.): disorder that needs to be tidied up, a mess.

Speaker: Or redd-up. Interviewer: Sorry what's that mean? Speaker: Redd-up is like after we eat dinner she say- she'll say, "Oh I'm just gonna redd-up and then we can do that. "Interviewer: What does it mean? Speaker: Means like clean up the table and the dishes. Redd-up.
Clean or tidy up.