Translation of go up verb + adverb in Spanish:
- 1 1.1(ascend) (person)(curtain) (Theater)we went up onto the rooflevantarsegoing up!subimos al tejado(in elevator)a cloud of dust went up¡sube!1.2 (approach) See examples:to go up (se levantó una nube de polvo
tosomebody/something)1.3acercarse ( aalguien/algo)(toward the north)1.4(to another place) (especially British English)I'm going up to London/town1.5voy a Londres/a la ciudad(British English) (to university — at beginning of term)ir a la universidad(— to begin studying)empezar la carrera(en Oxford o Cambridge)
- 2 2.1(population/unemployment)eggs are going up againto go up in pricevuelven a subir los huevosto go up in valuesubir or aumentar de precioto go uprevalorizarsevalorizarse
tosomethingI went up to 140 lbssubir aalgo2.2engordé hasta llegar a pesar 140 libras(improve) (standard)she's gone up in my estimationha ganado en mi estima
- 3 (extend)to go up
tosomethingthe socks go up to my kneesthe road only goes up as far as Brigvillelos calcetines me llegan a las rodillasla carretera va or llega solo hasta Brigville
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