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up a tree
[UK: ʌp ə triː]
up against a stone wall
[UK: ʌp əgenst ə stoun wɔːl]
up and about
[UK: ʌp ænd əbaut]
up and down movement
[UK: ʌp ænd daun muːvmənt]
up and up
[UK: ʌp ænd ʌp]
up away from the water
[UK: ʌp ɔːwei frɔm ðiː wɔːtər]
up coming
[UK: ʌp kʌmiŋ]
up from below
[UK: ʌp frɔm bilou]
up hill and down dale
[UK: ʌp hil ænd daun deil]
up in the sky
[UK: ʌp in ðiː inðskiː]
up stairs
[UK: ʌp stɛəz]
up the river
[UK: ʌp ðiː rivər]
up the stairs
[UK: ʌp ðiː stɛəz]
up there
[UK: ʌp ðər]
up till now
[UK: ʌp til nau]
up time
[UK: ʌp taim]
up to a maximum of
[UK: ʌp tou ə mæksiməm ɔf]
up to a point
[UK: ʌp tou ə pɔint]
up to discussion
[UK: ʌp tou diskʌʃən]
up to god
[UK: ʌp tou gɔd]
up to him
[UK: ʌp tou him]
up to his ears
[UK: ʌp tou haiz iəz]
up to his ears in
[UK: ʌp tou haiz iəz in]
up to his eye-balls
[UK: ʌp tou haiz iəz in]
up to his eye-balls in
[UK: ʌp tou haiz iəz in]
up to his neck
[UK: ʌp tou haiz nek]
up to his neck in
[UK: ʌp tou haiz nek in]
up to mischief
[UK: ʌp tou mistʃif]
up to one's ears
[UK: ʌp tou nau]
up to one's neck
[UK: ʌp tou nau]
up to snuff
[UK: ʌp tou snʌfbɔks]
up to something
[UK: ʌp tou səmiːθiŋ]
up to the bitter end
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː bitər ənd]
up to the chin
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː tʃin]
up to the desired amount
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː dizaiəd əmaunt]
up to the elbows in
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː elbouz in]
up to the grand finale
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː elbouz in]
up to the knees
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː niːz]
up to the mark
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː mɑːk]
up to the minute
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː minit]
up to the neck in
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː nek in]
up to the present day
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː prizent dei]
up to the present moment
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː prizent moumənt]
up to the present time
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː prizent taim]
up to the sky
[UK: ʌp tou ðiː inðskiː]
up to this point
[UK: ʌp tou ðaiz pɔint]
up to this time
[UK: ʌp tou ðaiz taim]
up to this very moment
[UK: ʌp tou ðaiz veriː moumənt]
up until lately
[UK: ʌp ʌntil lətəliː]
up until now
[UK: ʌp ʌntil nau]
up wind
[UK: ʌp waind]
up winds
[UK: ʌp waindz]
up-and-coming
[UK: ʌpændkʌmiŋ]
up-and-down
[UK: ʌpænddaun]
up-to-date model
[UK: ʌptoudeit mɔdl]
up-to-the-minute news
[UK: ʌptoudeit mɔdl]
upbeat
[UK: ʌpbiːt]
upbraid or scold someone
[UK: ʌpbreid]
upbraid someone
[UK: ʌpbreid sʌmwʌn]
upbraided
[UK: ʌpbreidid]
upbraider
[UK: ʌpbreidid]
upbraiding
[UK: ʌpbreidiŋ]
upbraidingly
[UK: ʌpbreidiŋliː]
upbraids
[UK: ʌpbreidz]
upbringing
[UK: ʌpbəriŋiŋ]
upchuck
[UK: ʌptʃʌk]
upchucked
[UK: ʌptʃʌkt]
upchucking
[UK: ʌptʃʌkiŋ]
upchucks
[UK: ʌptʃʌks]

Example Sentences Including 'up'

Subscription refers to the process of investors signing up and committing to invest in a financial instrument, before the actual closing of the purchase.

The theory was sparked after actress Lauren Cohen signed up as the lead in Whiskey Cavalier, which is a new sitcom from the makers of Scrubs.

Up On the Roof: Songs from the Brill Building is a cover album and also the twenty-first studio album released in 1993 by Neil Diamond on Columbia Records.

The hurry-up offense is an American football offensive style, which has two different but related forms in which the offensive team avoids delays between plays.

But who exactly is the overly exposed Olympian Gabriella Papadakis and how did her boob end up popping out for all the world to see.

Cover Up is the thirteenth album by UB40, released in 2001.

Hurry Up Mode is the debut studio album by the Japanese rock band Buck-Tick.

Work of Art: The Next Great Artist is an American reality competition show that airs on the cable television network Bravo, in which up-and-coming artists compete for a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum and a cash prize of $100,000.

Celebrated for more than 20 years, World Book Day sees authors, illustrators and readers alike celebrate literature and dress up as their favourite characters.

But the bosses at Vue have teamed up with the guys at Wowcher.

Give Up the Ghost is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, released on October 6, 2009, through Columbia Records.

Over 400 branches of the fast-food chain remain closed this morning, with the possibility of the delivery cluck-up dragging on for up to a month.

Manchester United midfielder Pogba, 24, was involved in a huge bust up with boss Jose Mourinho following a poor run of form including being hauled off in the 1-0 loss to Newcastle.

The annual day to celebrate mums is creeping up, with Mothering Sunday on March 11.

In law, abandonment is the relinquishment, giving up or renunciation of an interest, claim, civil proceedings, appeal, privilege, possession, or right, especially with the intent of never again resuming or reasserting it.

It comes two years after producers originally tried to snap up the 24-year-old to star on the ITV2 reality series, filmed in Spanish holiday isle Majorca.

Abdication is the act of formally relinquishing monarchical authority; To give up leadership.

While tailgating or speeding around another car can have serious consequences, even the smallest act of road rage could land drivers with a fine of up to .

The Gunners are tracking the Turkey star as they look to strengthen their squad over the summer and had wanted to see him up close against Bayern Munich.

Give Up is the only studio album by American indie band The Postal Service, released on February 19, 2003 through Sub Pop Records.





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