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- adverb: In or to a higher position: looking up.
- adverb: In a direction opposite to the center of the earth or a comparable gravitational center: up from the lunar surface.
- adverb: In or to an upright position: sat up in bed.
- adverb: Above a surface: coming up for air.
- adverb: So as to detach or unearth: pulling up weeds.
- adverb: Above the horizon: as the sun came up.
- adverb: Into view or existence: draw up a will.
- adverb: Into consideration: take up a new topic.
- adverb: In or toward a position conventionally regarded as higher, as on a scale, chart, or map: temperatures heading up; up in Canada.
- adverb: To or at a higher price: stocks that are going up.
- adverb: So as to advance, increase, or improve: Our spirits went up.
- adverb: With or to a greater intensity, pitch, or volume: turn the sound up.
- adverb: Into a state of excitement or turbulence: stir up; rouse up.
- adverb: Completely; entirely: drank it up in a gulp; fastened up the coat.
- adverb: Used as an intensifier of the action of a verb: typed up a list.
- adverb: So as to approach; near: came up and kissed me.
- adverb: To a stop: pulled up in front of the station.
- adverb: Each; apiece: The score was tied at 11 up.
- adverb: Apart; into pieces: tore it up.
- adverb: Nautical To windward.
- adjective: Being above a former position or level; higher: My grades are up. The pressure is up.
- adjective: Out of bed: was up by seven.
- adjective: Standing; erect.
- adjective: Facing upward: two cards up, one down; the up side of a tossed coin.
- adjective: Raised; lifted: a switch in the up position.
- adjective: Moving or directed upward: an up elevator.
- adjective: Marked by increased excitement or agitation; aroused: Our fighting spirit was up.
- adjective: Informal Cheerful; optimistic; upbeat.
- adjective: Slang Happily excited; euphoric: After receiving the award, the performer was really up.
- adjective: Informal Taking place; going on: wondered what was up back home.
- adjective: Being considered; under study: a contract that is up for renewal.
- adjective: Running as a candidate.
- adjective: On trial; charged: The defendant is up for manslaughter.
- adjective: Having been finished; over: Your time is up.
- adjective: Informal Prepared; ready: had to be up for the game.
- adjective: Informal Well informed; abreast: not up on sports.
- adjective: Functioning or capable of functioning normally; operational: Their computers are now up.
- adjective: Sports Being ahead of one's opponent: up two strokes in golf.
- adjective: Baseball At bat.
- adjective: As a bet; at stake.
- adjective: Nautical Bound; headed: a freighter up for Panama.
- preposition: From a lower to or toward a higher point on: up the hill.
- preposition: Toward or at a point farther along: two miles up the road.
- preposition: In a direction toward the source of: up the Mississippi.
- preposition: Nautical Against: up the wind.
- noun: An upward slope; a rise.
- noun: An upward movement or trend.
- noun: Slang A feeling of excitement or euphoria.
- verb-transitive: To increase: upped their fees; upping our output.
- verb-transitive: To raise to a higher level, especially to promote to a higher position.
- verb-transitive: Nautical To raise: up anchor; up sail.
- verb-intransitive: To get up; rise.
- verb-intransitive: Informal To act suddenly or unexpectedly: "She upped and perjured her immortal soul” ( Margery Allingham).
- idiom: up-and-up Informal Open and honest.
- idiom: up against Confronted with; facing: up against a strong opponent.
- idiom: up to Occupied with, especially devising or scheming: a prowler up to no good.
- idiom: up to Able to do or deal with: didn't feel up to a long drive.
- idiom: up to Dependent on: The success of this project is up to us.
- idiom: up to To the point of; as far as: I'm up to chapter 15 in my book.
- idiom: up to As long as: allowed up to two hours to finish the test.
- idiom: up to As many as: seed that yields up to 300 bushels per acre.