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upper

adjective /ˈapə/
higher in position, rank etc the upper floors of the building He has a scar on his upper lip. uppermost adjective highest
más alto
in the uppermost room of the castle.
upper class noun, adjective (of) the highest rank of society; (of) the aristocracy
clase alta
The upper classes can no longer afford to have many servants He speaks with an upper-class accent.
get/have the upper hand (of/over someone) to have or win an advantage over
llevar ventaja, llevar la delantera
Our team managed to get the upper hand in the end.
(Definition of upper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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