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German Translation of 'up'



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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]


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