up = aumentar verb

up = arriba adverb

1up

/ˈʌp/ verb
verb
upped, upping, ups

Spanish Translation of UP

transitive verb
increase : aumentar, subir
they upped the pricesaumentaron los precios
intransitive verb
to up and : agarrar y familiar
she up and leftagarró y se fue

2up

adverb
adverb

Spanish Translation of UP

1
above : arriba, en lo alto
up in the mountainsarriba en las montañas
put it up on the shelfponlo en el estante
we keep it up in the atticlo guardamos arriba en el desván
what's going on up there?¿qué pasa allí arriba?
2
upwards : hacia arriba
push it upempújalo hacia arriba
pull up your pantssúbete los pantalones
the sun came upel sol salió
prices went uplos precios subieron
she called up to meme llamó desde abajo
he looked up at the skymiró al cielo
3
(indicating an upright position)
to sit upponerse derecho
4
(indicating a waking state)
they got up latese levantaron tarde
I stayed up all nightpasé toda la noche sin dormir
5
(indicating a usable state)
we set up the equipmentinstalamos el equipo
6
(indicating closure)
I sealed up the packageprecinté el paquete
7
(indicating activity or excitement)
they stirred up the crowdincitaron a la muchedumbre
8
(indicating greater or higher volume or intensity)
to speak uphablar más fuerte
to speed upacelerar
9
(indicating a northerly direction)
the climate up northel clima del norte
I'm going up to Canadavoy para Canadá
come up and see us!¡ven a visitarnos!
10
(indicating the appearance or existence of something)
the book turned upel libro apareció
11
(indicating consideration)
she brought the matter upmencionó el asunto
12
completely : completamente
eat it upcómetelo todo
13
: en pedazos
he tore it uplo rompió en pedazos
14
(indicating approaching and stopping)
the car pulled up to the curbel carro paró al borde de la acera
he walked up to herse le acercó
15
(indicating advancement or progress)
we moved up to the front of the linenos pusimos al principio de la fila
she has moved up in the companyha ascendido en la compañía
to grow uphacerse mayor
16
(indicating greater importance in a series, etc.)
it's pretty far/high up on my listes muy importante para mí
17
(indicating an even score)
the game was 10 upempataron a 10
18
to be one up on someone : tener ventaja sobre alguien
19
up and down : de arriba abajo

3up

adjective
adjective

Spanish Translation of UP

1
(above the horizon)
the sun is upha salido el sol
2
(above a surface)
the tulips are uplos tulipanes han salido
3
(in a high or higher position)
it's up on the top shelfestá en el estante de arriba
it's further upestá más arriba
I'm up hereestoy aquí arriba
4
(in a forward place or position)
we were up near the stageestábamos cerca del escenario
the table was up against the wallla mesa estaba contra la pared
5
(above a normal or former level)
prices are uplos precios han aumentado
the river is uplas aguas están altas
6
(equal to a given level)
it wasn't up to our expectationsno estuvo a la altura de lo que esperábamos
I've had it up to here with your nonsense!¡estoy hasta las narices de tus tonterías!
7
: despierto, levantado
up all nightdespierto toda la noche
8
built : construido
the house is upla casa está construida
9
open : abierto
the windows are uplas ventanas están abiertas
10
(moving or going upward)
the up staircasela escalera para subir
11
abreast : enterado, al día, al corriente
to be up on the newsestar al corriente de las noticias
12
prepared : preparado
we were up for the testestuvimos preparados para el examen
13
capable : capaz
she's up to the taskes capaz de hacerlo
14
functioning : funcionando
the system is back up, the system is up and running againel sistema ha vuelto a funcionar
15
ahead : ganando
they're up (by) ten pointsvan ganando por diez puntos
16
finished : terminado, acabado
time is upse ha terminado el tiempo permitido
17
to be up : pasar
what's up?¿qué pasa?
18
to be up and about : estar levantado
19
to be up against : enfrentarse a
20
to be up to something : estar tramando algo

4up

preposition
preposition

Spanish Translation of UP

1
(to, toward, or at a higher point of)
he went up the stairssubió la escalera
2
(to or toward the source of)
to go up the riverir río arriba
3
along : a lo largo, por
up the coasta lo largo de la costa
just up the wayun poco más adelante
up and down the citypor toda la ciudad

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