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Turkish translation of “upwards”

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upwards

adverb
 
 
/ˈʌpwədz/ mainly UK ( mainly US upward)
towards a higher place or level
yukarıya doğru
House prices have started moving upwards again.Up and upwardMoving upwards
upwards of sth more than a particular amount
...dan/den fazla/daha çok
Double rooms cost upwards of £70 a night.Large in number or quantity
Translations of “upwards”
in Korean 위로…
in Arabic إلى أعْلى…
in Portuguese para cima…
in Catalan cap amunt…
in Japanese (主に英)上へ, 上向きに…
in Italian in su, in salita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 向上地…
in Russian вверх…
in Chinese (Simplified) 向上地…
in Polish w górę, do góry…
(Definition of upwards from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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