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adverb (HIGHER) 更高     /ʌp/
towards a higher position; towards a higher value, number or level 向较高处;向上;(价值、数字或水平)加大;增高 Put those books up on the top shelf. 把那些书放到书架顶层。 A gravel road leads through the jungle and up into the Andes. 一条砾石铺成的路穿过丛林,向上进入安第斯山。 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。 The water was up to/had come up to the level of the windows. 水已经涨到窗户那么高了。 Up and upwardMoving upwards
out of the ground (从地下)往地面 He spent the afternoon digging carrots up. 他挖了一下午的胡萝卜。 Up and upwardMoving upwards
up and down
from a higher to a lower position repeatedly 起起伏伏,上上下下 My little daughter started jumping up and down with rage when she heard she couldn't go. 我的小女儿在得知她不能去后非常生气,开始不停地跳上跳下。 BouncingJumpingDown and downwardMoving downwardsUp and upwardMoving upwards
(Definition of up adverb (HIGHER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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