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American English: /ˌəpˈstɛrz/
British English: /ʌpˈstɛːz/

Translation of upstairs in Spanish:


  • to be upstairs
    estar arriba
    to go upstairs he hasn't got much upstairs [colloquial] [humorous]
    no tiene mucho caletre or coco or en la azotea [colloquial] [humorous]


  • (+ singular verb)
    piso (masculine) de arriba
    planta (feminine) de arriba
    it hasn't got an upstairs
    tiene un solo piso or una sola planta
    (before noun) (window/rooms)
    del piso de arriba
    de arriba
    Example sentences
    • Polished wooden floors cover the upstairs of the house.
    • The two-storeyed common area has an office room, a hall, dining rooms and a large kitchen and a work area on the ground floor and guest rooms and a hall on the upstairs.
    • The ground floor includes a bar and lounge, and the upstairs could be converted into a restaurant or function room, subject to planning permission.
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