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Translation of "upright" - English-Spanish dictionary

upright

adjective   /ˈʌp·raɪt/
straight up or vertical erguido, vertical Please return your seat to an upright position.
(Definition of upright from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

upright

adjective /ˈaprait/
(also adverb) standing straight up; erect or vertical derecho, vertical He placed the books upright in the bookcase She stood upright a row of upright posts.
(of a person) just and honest honrado an upright, honourable/honorable man.
(Definition of upright from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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