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Translation of "up" - English-Arabic dictionary


adverb, preposition   /ʌp/
A2 towards or in a higher place لِلأعلى He ran up the stairs. She looked up and smiled at me.
A1 to or towards a position that is vertical or as straight as possible أُفُقي / بِشَكْل مُسْتَوٍ He stood up. She sat up.
to a greater degree, amount, volume, etc. يَرْفَع / يَزيد Can you turn up the heat?
used to say that someone completes an action or uses all of something يَسْتَنْفِذ (لَقَد اِسْتَنْفَذْت كُلَّ نُقودي) بَقِيّة (كُل بَقِيّة عَشاءك). I used up all my money. Eat up the rest of your dinner.
up the road, street, etc. A2 along or further along the street, road, etc. عَلى مَقرِبة من الطريق، الشارِع، إلخ They live just up the road.
go, walk, etc. up to someone/something B1 to walk directly towards someone or something until you are next to them يَذهَب، يَمشي إلى شَخص ما/شَيء ما He came straight up to me and introduced himself.
up to 10, 20, etc. B1 any amount under 10, 20, etc. حَتّى 10 ، 20 … إلخ. We can invite up to 65 people.
up to/till/until B1 until a particular time حَتّى You can call me up till midnight.
be up to someone B1 If an action or decision is up to someone, they are responsible for doing or making it. أن يَكون الأمر لِشخص ما I can’t decide for you. It’s up to you.
be up to something informal B1 to be doing or planning something bad يُدَبِّر شَيئاً ما What are you two up to?
(Definition of up adverb, preposition from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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