Translation of upgrade in Spanish:
transitive verbAmerican English: /ˈəpˌɡreɪd/ , /ˌəpˈɡreɪd/ British English: /ʌpˈɡreɪd/
- 1 (raise status of)(employee)
elevar de categoría(job)they upgraded her to the status of assistant director
elevar la categoría dela ascendieron a directora adjuntathey upgraded it to a three-star hotello subieron a la categoría de hotel de tres estrellasshe was upgraded to first class (Aviation)la cambiaron a primera claseExample sentences
- Now committed players at the club have been asked to raise funds to replace and upgrade the facilities and the squad is to help build the uninsured structures.
- The company will install reception facilities and container stacking equipment and upgrade the computer system.
- Since then proprietors have upgraded their safety standards, Tipton said.
- She has been upgraded to the advanced level which she is, naturally, absolutely thrilled about.
- Sgt Vernon attended the open series and was upgraded to Level Six international level referee.
intransitive verbAmerican English: /ˈəpˌɡreɪd/ , /ˌəpˈɡreɪd/ British English: /ʌpˈɡreɪd/
- it provides the flexibility to upgrade later (Computing)cuenta con la ventaja de poder ser actualizado posteriormentewould you like to upgrade to a larger car?¿le gustaría pasar a tener un coche más grande?I would like to upgrade to Club Class (Aviation)quisiera cambiar mi pasaje or (Spain) billete por uno de clase club
nounAmerican English: /ˈəpˌɡreɪd/ British English: /ˈʌpɡreɪd/
- 1 1.1 (rise in status)(of employee) ascenso (masculine)(of job) aumento (masculine) de categoríaExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (improvement) 1.3 (Computing)
- Well, I thought you might have got a room upgrade.
- Hotels might be willing to give you breakfast, a round of golf or a room upgrade.
- The offer entitles readers to a complimentary upgrade of room, from a standard double to a Hallmark / Delux room.
- To fix the bugs, Cisco is offering free software upgrades for various versions of its operating system, all of which are affected by the problem.
- People change jobs as often as Microsoft launches a software upgrade.
What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?
Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.