up adverb (HIGHER)
Pushing the number of unit sales up every quarter can't be continued indefinitely. 单位销售数字每个季度都增长的趋势不可能无限期持续下去。
up and down
up adverb (VERTICAL)
up adverb (TOP)
You can tell which way up the crates have to be because they all say "TOP". 你可以看出板条箱该哪面朝上，因为每个箱子都写有“此面朝上”的字样。
up adverb (NEAR)
B1 very near非常靠近
up adverb (INCREASE)
- It was rainy this morning, but it brightened up after lunch.
- I might just warm up the leftovers from yesterday's meal in the microwave.
- Guide dogs open up the lives of the blind or visually impaired.
- His time in the army certainly toughened him up.
- My foot swelled up to three times the normal size when it was stung by a wasp.
up adverb (NOT IN BED)
B1 not in bed起床（的）
It's time to get up now! 现在该起床啦！
up and about/around
up adverb (EXIST)
I'm sorry, but something unexpected has come up (= has happened) at the office, and I'll be home late. 对不起，亲爱的，办公室里出了点儿意外，我会晚点回家。
Coming up (= happening next) after the break, we have a man who claims he can communicate with fish. 休息之后，我们有请一位自称能与鱼交流的人上场。
- They're planning to set up their own business.
- Could we set up a meeting for next week?
- We were discussing who would be suitable for the job, and your name came up.
- A job in the sales department has come up - would you be interested?
- There are several things I'd like to bring up at the meeting tomorrow.
up adverb (EQUAL)
She couldn't go to school for a few weeks because of illness, but she'll be able to catch up (with her work) quickly. 她因病几周不能去上课，但她（的功课）很快就能赶上来。
- I need a couple of days in the office to catch up with some paperwork.
- We've received so many orders that we're finding it difficult to keep up with the demand.
- I'm planning to catch up on some sleep this weekend.
- Jack finds it difficult to keep up with the rest of the class.
- My Italian friends speak so fast that I find it really difficult to keep up with what they're saying.
up adverb (TOGETHER)
up adverb (TIGHTLY)
UK Can you do my shoelaces up for me? 你能帮我把鞋带系上吗？
up adverb (SMALLER)
up adverb (AGE)
up adverb (PROBLEM)
up adverb (FINISHED)
up adverb (IMPROVE)
up adverb (END)
up adverb (DIRECTION)
up adverb (INTENDED)
up adverb (EAGER)
up for (doing) sth informal
up adverb (TRIAL)
up adverb (ROAD)
up adverb (HAIR)
up preposition (HIGHER)
up preposition (TOP)
› at the top of在…上面；在…上部
up preposition (ALONG)
A2 (further) along（继续）沿着，顺着
up and down
- Jack, move up the bench a bit, then Tess can sit next to me.
- We took turns to row the boat up the river.
- The gravel crunched underfoot as we walked up the path.
- There's a big traffic jam further up the motorway, so we'd better take a different route.
- The plane set off up the runway, gradually gathering speed.
up preposition (ORIGIN)
up preposition (TO)
up adjective (RISING)
up adjective (IN OPERATION)