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American English: /ˈəpˌswɪŋ/
British English: /ˈʌpswɪŋ/


  • upswing (in something)
    (in production/demand)
    alza (feminine) (en algo)
    Example sentences
    • The study also found that these upswings in hurricane strength correlate with a rise in sea-surface temperatures.
    • There was a slowing down in growth as the reproductive organs developed and a marked upswing in growth after flowering.
    • The next five years will involve an intense upswing - perhaps more intense than anything we've seen in our lifetimes.

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