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upadverb

uk /ʌp/ us /ʌp/

up adverb (HIGHER)

A2 towards a higher position; towards a higher value, number, or level

向較高處;向上;(價值、數位或水準)加大;增高
Put those books up on the top shelf. 把那些書放到書架頂層。
A gravel road leads through the jungle and up into the Andes. 一條礫石鋪成的路穿過叢林,向上進入安第斯山。
Pushing the number of unit sales up every quarter can't be continued indefinitely. 單位銷售數位每個季度都增長的趨勢不可能無限期持續下去。
The water was up to/had come up to the level of the windows. 水已經漲到窗戶那麽高了。

out of the ground

(從地下)往地面
He spent the afternoon digging carrots up. 他挖了一下午的胡蘿蔔。
up and down

B2 from a higher to a lower position repeatedly

起起伏伏,上上下下
My little girl started jumping up and down with rage when she heard she couldn't go. 我的小女兒在得知她不能去後非常生氣,開始不停地跳上跳下。

Más ejemplos

  • A coil of thick blue smoke rose up from his pipe.
  • Transatlantic airfares are going up.
  • Although long-distance phone calls are going up, the charge for local calls will not alter.
  • Share prices moved up slowly yesterday.
  • She filled the jug up with cream.

up adverb (VERTICAL)

A1 in or into a vertical position

處於直立狀態;垂直
Would you stand up for a minute? I want to see how tall you are. 你能站起來一會兒嗎,我想看看你有多高。
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Más ejemplos

  • Putting up some new wallpaper has made all the difference to the place.
  • Hang the clothes up to dry.
  • His trousers were held up with a piece of elastic.
  • The children's work had been put up on the walls of the classroom.
  • I stuck the notice up on the board.

up adverb (TOP)

A2 in a high position; at the top

在高處;在上面;在頂端
Our boardroom is up on the 23rd floor. 我們的會議室在上面的23層。
You can tell which way up the crates have to be because they all say "TOP". 你可以看出條板箱該哪面朝上,因爲每個箱子都寫有「此面朝上」的字樣。
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  • He tilted his chair backwards and put his feet up on his desk.
  • I need you to hold it steady while I'm up the ladder.
  • Dad is up on the roof clearing the guttering.
  • The sugar is up on that shelf behind you.
  • Luckily, my toast landed on the carpet with the buttered side up!

up adverb (NEAR)

B1 very near

非常靠近
Carrying a gun, he walked up to the cashier and demanded money. 他拿著槍,走到收銀員跟前逼其把錢拿出來。
A limousine drew up (= parked) outside the hotel. 一輛大型豪華車開過來,停在飯店外面。

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  • A car drove up alongside (ours).
  • He went up to a complete stranger and started talking.
  • She strode purposefully up to the desk and demanded to speak to the manager.
  • A young girl came up to me and asked for money.
  • We crept up behind her and yelled "Boo!"

up adverb (INCREASE)

B2 to a greater degree; in order to increase

由弱到強;由低到高
The fire heats the room up (= makes it warmer) within minutes. 爐火使房間在幾分鐘內就暖和起來。
Grandma always turns the TV up really loud because she can't hear very well. 祖母總是把電視音量調得很大,因爲她聽力不好。
Try not to get worked up (= increasingly excited or angry) - I'm sure we can resolve this. 盡量不要激動,我相信我們能解決這個問題。

B2 If a level or amount is up, it has increased.

(水準或數量)增加的,上升的
The cost of car insurance is up, but not very much. 車輛保險費用有所提高,但增幅不大。
Last year the company's turnover was $240 billion, up three percent on (= compared with) the previous year. 去年該公司的營業額是2400億美元,比前年增加了3%。

Más ejemplos

  • 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! 現在該起床啦!
I was up all night, finishing my essay. 噢,我一夜沒睡寫完了我的文章。
up and about/around

to be able to get out of bed and move around again after a period of illness, because your health has improved enough

(病後)可以下床活動

Más ejemplos

  • On a working day I tend to get up around seven o'clock.
  • I'm unused to getting up so early.
  • I was up until three o'clock trying to get it finished!
  • My sister was up most of the night with her baby who's teething.
  • We stayed up (late) to watch a film.

up adverb (EXIST)

into existence, view, or attention

出現;發生;看到;給予考慮
Originally the charity was set up to help orphans in urban areas. 成立慈善機構的初衷是要幫助城裡的孤兒。
I'm sorry, but something unexpected has come up (= has happened) at the office, and I'll be home late. 對不起,親愛的,辦公室裡出了點兒意外,我會晚點回家。
Coming up (= happening next) after the break, we have a man who claims he can communicate with fish. 休息之後,我們有請一位自稱能與魚溝通的人上場。
Would this be a good time to bring up the issue of salary? 現在提薪水的問題合適嗎?

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  • 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)

so as to be equal in quality, knowledge, or achievement

(在品質、知識或成就方面)相等,比得上
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. 她因病幾周不能去上課,但她(的功課)很快就能趕上來。
So much scientific research is being performed that it's virtually impossible to keep up (with all the new developments). 有那麽多的科學研究在進行,要跟上(所有的新進展)幾乎是不可能的。

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  • 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)

in a state of being together with other similar things

一起;聚攏地
You have half an hour to gather up anything you'll need for the journey. 你有半個小時的時間來收拾旅途中所需的東西。
Add up the column of numbers in your head and then tell me what the total is. 在心裡把這一列數位加起來,然後告訴我總數。

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  • if you put a little money aside each week, it's surprising how quickly it adds up.
  • if you add those four figures up, it comes to £400.
  • Collect up your things and follow me.
  • She gathered up the newspapers that were scattered around the floor.
  • I just need to gather up a few things and then we can go.

up adverb (TIGHTLY)

tightly or firmly in order to keep something safe or in position

緊緊地;牢固地
Tie up the top of the bag so the rubbish doesn't fall out. 把袋口紮好,以防垃圾外泄。
You'd better wrap up (= wear warm clothes) - it's cold outside. 你最好穿暖和些——外面很冷。
UK Can you do my shoelaces up for me? 你能幫我把鞋帶繫上嗎?

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  • She wrapped the vase up carefully before packing it in the suitcase.
  • I found a bundle of letters tied up with a red ribbon at the back of her drawer.
  • Can you help me do up my dress?
  • Do your laces up or you'll trip over.
  • Wrap him up in a blanket and give him a hot drink.

up adverb (SMALLER)

broken or cut into smaller pieces; made smaller in area

分成小塊;成碎片
He cut the letter up into a hundred pieces. 他把信剪得粉粹。
She folded the newspaper up and put it in her bag. 她把報紙疊起來放進包裡。
The car blew up (= exploded) when flames reached its fuel tank. 當火焰觸及油箱時,汽車爆炸了。

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  • She broke the bar of chocolate up and handed each child a piece.
  • I'll cut up a few pieces of fruit for the kids.
  • He folded up the sheets and put them in the washing basket.
  • We had to smash up the old fireplace to get it out.
  • She chopped up a small onion and added it to the pan.

up adverb (AGE)

to a greater age

長大
No one said that growing up would be easy or painless. 沒有人認爲成長很輕鬆、沒有痛苦。
Many single parents struggle to bring their children up on a low income. 許多單身父母靠微薄的收入把孩子撫養大。

Más ejemplos

  • Learning to take disappointments is all part of growing up.
  • She decided she'd rather bring her children up in the countryside.

up adverb (PROBLEM)

B1 [ after verb ] used when talking or asking about what is happening

(用於談論或詢問發生了甚麽事)
Everyone was talking in whispers, and I could tell something was up (= something unusual was happening). 大家都在竊竊私語,我可以斷定一定發生了甚麽不同尋常的事。
What's up? (= What is happening or what is wrong?) 怎麽回事?

up adverb (FINISHED)

[ after verb ] When a period of time is up, it is finished.

(一段時間)結束的,完結的
When the two hours were up nobody had answered all of the questions. 兩個小時過去了,沒有人回答完所有問題。
Your time is up - it's someone else's turn on the training equipment now. 你的時間到了——現在輪到別人使用訓練設備了。

up adverb (IMPROVE)

into an improved position or state

向較好的位置(或狀態)
By lap 26, Hamilton had moved up into second position. 到第26圈,塞納已上升至二位。
Stein had a bad start to the race, but by the ninth lap she was up with the leaders. 斯坦起跑不好,但到第九圈時,她趕上了領先者。
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up adverb (END)

B2 to an end, finish, or state of being complete

結束;徹底地,完全地
Finish up the old loaf of bread before you start a new one. 先把舊的那盒餅乾吃完,再打開一盒新的。
Crime won't help - you'll end up in prison. 犯罪不能解決問題——最終會讓你進監獄。
I'd like to round up the meeting by thanking all those who were able to attend at such short notice. 在本次會議結束之際,我要感謝所有在這麽短的時間收到通知就趕來出席會議的人。

up adverb (DIRECTION)

towards the north

向北方,北上;往更重要的地方(尤指城市)
On Tuesday she'll be travelling up to Atlanta from New Orleans. 週二她將從伯明罕北上前往紐卡素。

up adverb (INTENDED)

up for sth

intended, suggested, or being considered for something

計劃要;被建議;正被考慮
That house at the end of our road is up for sale again. 我們這條路盡頭的那座房子又要出售了。
Are you really up for promotion? 你真的會被提升嗎?

up adverb (EAGER)

up for (doing) sth informal

willing and able to do or take part in an activity

願意做(或參與)
After a long day at work I wasn't really up for a party. 工作了一整天之後,我真的不願意參加甚麼聚會了。
We're going swimming. Are you up for it? 我們去游泳。你想一起去嗎?
I'm up for organizing the meeting if nobody else wants to do it. 如果沒人願意,我願意組織這次會議。

up adverb (TRIAL)

[ after verb ] UK on trial in a court

出庭受審的
If he doesn't pay the fine soon, he'll be up before the magistrate. 如果他不馬上交上罰款,就將會被地方法庭傳訊。
Smith is up for armed robbery. 馬克斯被控持械搶劫而出庭受審。

up adverb (ROAD)

[ after verb ] UK When a road is up, it is being repaired and so is unsuitable for use.

(道路)正在維修的
The council has got the road up because of a broken sewer. 因爲下水管道破裂,市政會正在整修道路。

up adverb (HAIR)

If someone's long hair is up, it is arranged on the top or back of the head.

(長髮)向頭上(或腦後)梳理的
You look nice with your hair up. 你頭髮向上梳看起來很可愛。

uppreposition

uk /ʌp/ us /ʌp/

up preposition (HIGHER)

A2 to or in a higher level or position

在(或向)較高水準(或位置)
We followed her up the stairs to a large meeting room. 我們跟隨她上樓進入一個大會議室。

Más ejemplos

  • The lorry chugged up the hill.
  • With a knife clenched between his teeth, he climbed up the tree to cut some coconuts.
  • The spider crept up the wall.
  • He came charging up the stairs to tell me the good news.
  • The noise of the car startled the birds and the whole flock flew up into the air.

up preposition (TOP)

at the top of

在…上面;在…上部
You'll find a dusty attic up these stairs. 沿著這些樓梯向上,你就會看到一個布滿灰塵的閣樓。
If you want Fred, he's up that ladder. 如果你找弗雷德,他就在那個梯子上。

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  • Her office is up those steps to your right.
  • They've got a different flag up the flagpole today.
  • We had to rescue our kitten from up the tree.
  • Who would build their house up a mountain? That's silly.
  • Is anyone still up the tower, or did you all come down together?

up preposition (ALONG)

A2 (further) along

(繼續)沿著,順著
The car shot off up the road at high speed. 車沿著公路飛馳。
They live just up the road. 他們就住在路邊。
up and down

B2 along the surface of something first in one direction and then in the opposite direction, usually repeatedly

來回,往復
He was running up and down the street, shouting. 他沿著小路來回跑,大聲呼喊。

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  • 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)

towards the starting point of something, especially a river or stream

向起點;(尤指)向上游;向發源地
Rowing up (the) river against the current was very hard work. 划船逆流而上很費力氣。
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up preposition (TO)

UK not standard to or at

到,去;在
Are you going up the club tonight? 今晚你去俱樂部嗎?

upadjective

uk /ʌp/ us /ʌp/

up adjective (RISING)

moving up

向上的;往上移動的
an up escalator 向上的扶梯
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Más ejemplos

  • Total sales this month were up by $2 billion.
  • Net profits in September were marginally up on the figures for August.
  • Kathy wore her hair up with a pair of expensive looking earrings.
  • We need to go to the first floor, where's the up escalator?
  • an up stroke

up adjective (IN OPERATION)

[ after verb ] When a system, computer, or similar machine is up, it is operating, especially in its usual way.

(尤指以正常狀態)在運轉,在運行
Andy, do you know when the network will be up again? 安迪,你知道網路甚麽時候能恢復正常嗎?
Opposite

Más ejemplos

  • There was a brief powercut but by ten o'clock the computers were up again.
  • Will the system be up again tomorrow morning?

up adjective (HAPPY)

informal feeling happy

快樂的;高興的
She's been really up since she started her new job. 自從開始新的工作之後,她一直很高興。

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upverb

uk /ʌp/ us /ʌp/ informal

up verb (INCREASE)

[ T ] -pp- to increase something such as a price

提高,增加,提升(價格)等
We won't be able to make a profit on the deal without upping the sale price. 這筆買賣的銷售價格不提高,我們就無錢可賺。
It looks like tax rates are going to be upped again. 看來稅率又要提高了。

up verb (GO AWAY)

up and ...

used with another verb to emphasize that someone left a place or did something in a sudden and possibly unexpected way

(與另一動詞連用,強調突然或者出人意料地離開或做某事)
After dinner they just upped and left/went without saying goodbye. 吃完飯後他們就突然起身不辭而別。

up-prefix

uk /ʌp-/ us /ʌp-/

higher or improved

更高;改善
uphill 向山上
uplift 提高

(Traducción de "up" del Diccionario Cambridge inglés-chino (tradicional) © Cambridge University Press)