up是什么意思?

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  • up /ʌp/ DJ /ʌp/ KK
    • adverb
      • towards or in a higher position 向(或在)较高位置;向上;在上面
        • He jumped up from his chair. 他从椅子上跳起来。
        • The sun was already up(= had risen)when they set off. 他们出发时太阳已经升起了。
        • They live up in the mountains. 他们住在山区。
        • It didn't take long to put the tent up. 没用多长时间就搭完帐篷了。
        • I pinned the notice up on the wall. 我把通知钉在墙上了。
        • Lay the cards face up(= facing upwards)on the table. 把纸牌正面朝上摆在桌子上。
        • You look nice with your hair up(= arranged on top of or at the back of your head). 你把头发向上梳很好看。
        • Up you come!(= said when lifting a child). 举高高喽! spoken
      • to or at a higher level 向(或在)较高水平;加大;增高
        • She turned the volume up. 她把音量调大了。
        • Prices are still going up(= rising). 物价还在上涨。
        • United were 3–1 up at half time. 半场结束时,联队以 3:1 领先。
        • The wind is getting up(= blowing more strongly). 风渐渐大起来了。
        • Sales are well up on last year. 销量比去年大幅增加。
      • to the place where sb/sth is 朝(某人或某物)的方向;向…的地方
        • A car drove up and he got in. 一辆汽车开过来,他就上了车。
        • She went straight up to the door and knocked loudly. 她径直走到门前大声敲门。
      • to or at an important place, especially a large city 到,朝,在(重要地方,尤指大城市)
        • We're going up to New York for the day. 我们要上纽约去一天。
        • His son's up at Oxford(= Oxford University). 他儿子在上牛津大学。 formal British English
      • to a place in the north of a country 向(国家北部的地方);向(北方)
        • They've moved up north. 他们已搬到北部去了。
        • We drove up to Inverness to see my father. 我们开车北上因弗内斯去看我父亲。
      • into pieces or parts 成碎片;分开
        • She tore the paper up. 她把纸撕得粉碎。
        • They've had the road up(= with the surface broken or removed)to lay some pipes. 他们挖开了路面以便敷设管线。
        • How shall we divide up the work? 我们怎么分工呢?
      • completely 完全;彻底地
        • We ate all the food up. 我们把食物吃光了。
        • The stream has dried up. 小溪已经干涸了。
      • so as to be formed or brought together (以便)形成,聚拢
        • The government agreed to set up a committee of inquiry. 政府同意成立一个调查委员会。
        • She gathered up her belongings. 她收拾起她的私人物品。
      • so as to be finished or closed (以便)完结,关闭
        • I have some paperwork to finish up. 我有些文案工作要做完。
        • Do your coat up; it's cold. 你把上衣扣上;天凉了。
      • of a period of time 一段时间 finished; over 已结束;已过去
        • Time's up. Stop writing and hand in your papers. 时间到了。不要再写了,把试卷交上来。
      • out of bed 未上床;起床
        • I stayed up late(= did not go to bed until late)last night. 我昨晚熬夜了。
        • He's up and about again after his illness. 他病愈后又能起来活动了。 British English
      • used to say that sth is happening, especially sth unusual or unpleasant (尤指异常或不愉快的事情)发生,出现 spoken
        • I could tell something was up by the looks on their faces. 从他们的脸色我就看出发生什么事了。
        • What's up?(= What is the matter?) 怎么回事?
        • What's up with him? He looks furious. 他怎么了?他看上去怒气冲冲。
        • Is anything up? You can tell me. 出什么事了吗?跟我说吧。
      • Idiom: be up to sb
        • to be sb's duty or responsibility; to be for sb to decide 是…的职责(或责任);由…决定
          • It's not up to you to tell me how to do my job. 还轮不到你来告诉我怎么做我的事。
          • Shall we eat out or stay in? It's up to you. 咱们是到外面吃饭还是呆在家里?你决定吧。
      • Idiom: not be up to much British English
        • to be of poor quality; to not be very good 质量差;不很好
          • His work isn't up to much. 他的活儿做得不怎么样。
      • Idiom: up against sth informal
        • facing problems or opposition 遇到问题;遭到反对
          • Teachers are up against some major problems these days. 老师们最近面临着一些重大问题。
          • She's really up against it(= in a difficult situation). 她确实陷入了困境。
      • Idiom: up and down
        • moving upwards and downwards 起伏;上下波动
          • The boat bobbed up and down on the water. 小船在水面颠簸。
        • in one direction and then in the opposite direction 来回;往复
          • She was pacing up and down in front of her desk. 她在办公桌前踱来踱去。
        • sometimes good and sometimes bad 时好时坏
          • My relationship with him was up and down. 我跟他的关系忽冷忽热。
      • Idiom: up and running
        • of a system, for example a computer system 系统,如计算机系统 working; being used 在运转;在使用中
          • By that time the new system should be up and running. 到那时这个新系统应该会运转起来了。
      • Idiom: up before sb/sth
        • appearing in front of sb in authority for a judgement to be made about sth that you have done 到…面前接受裁决;出庭受审
          • He came up before the local magistrate for speeding. 他因超速驾驶到当地法庭受审。
      • Idiom: up for sth
        • on offer for sth 提供作…
          • The house is up for sale. 此房待出售。
        • being considered for sth, especially as a candidate 正被考虑,被提名(作候选人等)
          • Two candidates are up for election. 有两位候选人被提名参选。
        • willing to take part in a particular activity 愿意参与(某活动)
          • We're going clubbing tonight. Are you up for it? 我们今晚去夜总会,你愿意来吗?
      • Idiom: up to sth
        • as far as a particular number, level, etc. 到达(某数量、程度等);至多有
          • I can take up to four people(= but no more than four)in my car. 我的汽车最多能带四个人。
          • The temperature went up to 35˚C. 气温上升到了 35 摄氏度。
        • not further or later than sth; until sth 直到;不多于;不迟于
          • Read up to page 100. 读到第 100 页。
          • Up to now he's been very quiet. 到目前为止,他一直很安静。
          • Variant: up until sth
        • as high or as good as sth 与…一样高(或好)
          • Her latest book isn't up to her usual standard. 她的新作没有达到她平常的水准。
        • physically or mentally capable of sth (体力或智力上)能胜任
          • He's not up to the job. 他无法胜任这项工作。
          • I don't feel up to going to work today. 我觉得不舒服,今天不能去上班。
          • Variant: up to doing sth
        • doing sth, especially sth bad 正在干,从事着(尤指坏事);在捣鬼 spoken
          • What's she up to? 她在捣什么鬼?
          • What've you been up to? 你一直在搞什么名堂?
          • I'm sure he's up to no good(= doing sth bad). 我敢说他在打什么坏主意。
    • preposition
      • to or in a higher position somewhere 向,在(较高位置)
        • She climbed up the flight of steps. 她爬上了那层台阶。
        • The village is further up the valley. 村庄在山谷的更深处。
      • along or further along a road or street 沿着;顺着
        • We live just up the road, past the post office. 我们就住在路的前面,刚过邮局的地方。
      • towards the place where a river starts 向…上游;溯流而上
        • a cruise up the Rhine 乘船沿莱茵河溯流而上
      • Idiom: up and down sth
        • in one direction and then in the opposite direction along sth 沿…来来回回
          • I looked up and down the corridor. 我来回扫视着走廊。
      • Idiom: up yours! taboo, slang
        • an offensive way of being rude to sb, for example because they have said sth that makes you angry (愤怒地回应)去你的
    • adjective
      • directed or moving upwards 向上的;往上移动的 only before noun
        • an up stroke 上提笔画
        • the up escalator 上行自动扶梯
      • cheerful; happy or excited 高兴;快乐;激动 not before noun informal
        • The mood here is resolutely up. 这里的情绪十分高昂。
      • of a computer system 计算机系统 working 在运行 not before noun
        • Our system should be up by this afternoon. 到今天下午,我们的电脑系统应该运行起来了。
    • verb
      • to suddenly move or do sth unexpected 突然移动;突然(做意想不到的事) V informal humorous
        • He upped and left without telling anyone. 他突然起身不辞而别。
        • Alternate: up and…
      • to increase the price or amount of sth 提高…的价格(或数量) VN
        • The buyers upped their offer by £1 000. 买方把出价增加了 1/f000 英镑。
      • Idiom: up sticks British English, informal
        • to suddenly move from your house and go to live somewhere else 突然迁居
          • He upped sticks and went back to France. 他突然带着所有家当迁回法国了。
    • noun
      • Idiom: on the up
        • increasing or improving 在增长;在改善中
          • Business confidence is on the up. 商业信心有增强趋势。
      • Idiom: on the up and up informal
        • becoming more and more successful 蒸蒸日上;日益兴旺;越来越好 British English
          • The club has been on the up and up since the beginning of the season. 从本季开始,这个俱乐部便日益欣欣向荣。
        • The offer seems to be on the up and up. 出价似乎越来越高。 Ameriacan English
      • Idiom: ups and downs
        • the mixture of good and bad things in life or in a particular situation or relationship 浮沉;兴衰;荣辱
          • Every business has its ups and downs. 每一种生意均有其荣枯兴衰。
英语字典
  • up
    • If a person or thing goes up something such as a slope, ladder, or chimney, they move away from the ground or to a higher position.
    • If a person or thing is up something such as a ladder or a mountain, they are near the top of it.
    • You use up to indicate that you are looking or facing in a direction that is away from the ground or towards a higher level.

最新回答 (3条回答)

養魚de貓 12级
2009-10-26 回答
向上
无畏人生 18级
2009-10-26 回答
副词,向上。
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匿名用户 9级
2009-10-26 回答
上面,向上