Meaning of tee up in English:

tee up

Translate tee up into Spanish

phrasal verb

also tee something up, tee up something
  • 1Golf
    Place the ball on a tee ready to make the first stroke of the round or hole.

    ‘he had not missed a par as he teed up for the last hole’
    • ‘Jack teed the ball up’
    1. 1.1(especially in soccer) place or move the ball into position to be struck.
      ‘he teed up the ball for a shot on goal’
      • ‘Toward the cape, a shining white radar dome was teed up on top of the gumdrop mountain.’
      • ‘Today there's an apple, a smug looking egg teed up in a cup.’