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  1. up

    • IPA[ʌp]

    英式

    • adv.
      towards a higher place or position;upstairs
    • prep.
      from a lower to a higher point of (something);to a higher part of (a river or stream), away from the sea
    • adj.
      directed or moving towards a higher place or position;relating to or denoting trains travelling towards the major point on a route
    • n.
      a period of good fortune
    • v.
      do something unexpectedly;increase (a level or amount)
    • verb: up, 3rd person present: ups, gerund or present participle: upping, past tense: upped, past participle: upped

    • 釋義
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    副詞

    • 1. towards a higher place or position he jumped up two of the men hoisted her up
    • upstairs she made her way up to bed
    • (of the sun) visible after daybreak the sun was already up when they set off
    • expressing movement towards or position in the north he's driving up to Inverness to see the old man
    • to or at a place perceived as higher I'm going for a walk up to the shops
    • used as a command to a soldier or an animal to stand up and be ready to move or attack up, boys, and at 'em
    • (of food that has been eaten) regurgitated from the stomach I was ill and vomited up everything
    • 2. at or to a higher level of intensity, volume, or activity she turned the volume up liven up the graphics
    • at or to a higher price, value, or rank sales are up 22.8 per cent at $50.2 m unemployment is up
    • winning or at an advantage by a specified margin United were 3–1 up at half time we came away £300 up on the evening
    • 3. to the place where someone is Dot didn't hear Mrs Parvis come creeping up behind her
    • 4. towards or in the capital or a major city give me a ring when you're up in London
    • British at or to a university, especially Oxford or Cambridge they were up at Cambridge about the same time
    • 5. into the desired or a proper condition the government agreed to set up a committee of inquiry
    • so as to be finished or closed I've got a bit of paperwork to finish up he zipped up the holdall
    • 6. into a happy mood I don't think anything's going to cheer me up
    • 7. out of bed Miranda hardly ever got up for breakfast
    • 8. displayed on a noticeboard or other publicly visible site sticking up posters to advertise concerts
    • 9. (of sailing) against the current or the wind the bow of the boat was brought slowly up into the wind and held there
    • (of a ship's helm) moved round to windward so that the rudder is to leeward.
    • 10. at bat every time up, he had a different stance

    介系詞

    • 1. from a lower to a higher point of (something) she climbed up a flight of steps
    • to a higher part of (a river or stream), away from the sea a cruise up the Rhine
    • 2. along or further along (a street or road) he lived up the road walking up the street
    • 3. informal at or to (a place) we're going up the Palais

    形容詞

    • 1. directed or moving towards a higher place or position the up escalator
    • relating to or denoting trains travelling towards the major point on a route the first up train
    • 2. at an end his contract was up in three weeks time's up
    • 3. (of a road) being repaired.
    • 4. (of a computer system) functioning properly the system is now up
    • 5. in a cheerful mood; ebullient the mood here is resolutely up
    • 6. (of a jockey) in the saddle.
    • 7. denoting a flavour of quark having a charge of +2/3. Protons and neutrons are thought to be composed of combinations of up and down quarks.

    名詞

    • 1. informal a period of good fortune you can't have ups all the time in football

    動詞

    • 1. informal do something unexpectedly she upped and left him
    • 2. increase (a level or amount) capacity will be upped by 70 per cent next year
    • 3. lift (something) up everybody was cheering and upping their glasses
    • West Indian, US informal raise or pick up (something) this woman ups with a stone
    • pref.
      (added to verbs and their derivatives) upward: upturned upthrow

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • pref.
      (added to verbs and their derivatives) upwards: upturned upthrow

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      involving, done by, or engaged in by people standing up: a stand-up party
    • n.
      a comedian who performs by standing in front of an audience and telling jokes.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a book or greetings card) containing folded cut-out pictures that rise up to form a ...
    • n.
      a pop-up picture in a book: each book has a clever pop-up on its last spread

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a book or greeting card) containing folded cut-out pictures that rise up to form a ...
    • n.
      a pop-up picture in a book: each book has a clever pop-up on its last spread

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      involving, done by, or engaged in by people standing up: a stand-up party
    • n.
      a comedian who performs by standing in front of an audience and telling jokes.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    美式

    • adv.
      toward a higher place or position: he jumped up two of the men hoisted her up
    • prep.
      from a lower to a higher point on (something); upward along: she climbed up a flight of steps
    • adj.
      directed or moving toward a higher place or position: the up escalator
    • n.
      a period of good fortune: you can't have ups all the time in football
    • v.
      do something abruptly or boldly: she upped and left him

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • abbr
      Upper Peninsula (of the state of Michigan): her in-laws initiated her into all the charming ways of the UP

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • abbr
      Upper Peninsula (of the state of Michigan): her in-laws initiated her into all the charming ways of the UP

    Oxford Dictionary

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