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upside down British & World English

With the upper part where the lower part should be; in an inverted position

upside down English Thesaurus

the mangled remains of a vehicle were found hanging upside down in a tree

upside down New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

upside-down cake British & World English

A sponge cake that is baked over a layer of fruit in syrup and inverted for serving

upside-down catfish British & World English

A small freshwater catfish that habitually swims upside down so as to browse on algae on the undersides of floating leaves. Native to central Congo, it is popular in aquaria

turn something upside down in upside down English Thesaurus

the burglars have turned our house upside down