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Inflections of 'up' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
ups
v 3rd person singular
upping
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
upped
v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
upped
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."

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WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Preposition: on or toward the top of
Synonyms:
on top of, at the top of, at the crest of, at the summit of, at the apex of, nearer the top of, nearer the head of, situated above
Antonyms:
down , at the bottom, at the base, below , down below, beneath , underneath
Sense: Adverb: moving from the earth
Synonyms:
upward , skyward, uphill, perpendicularly, into the air, into the sky, heavenward, away from the earth
Antonyms:
downward , downhill, plummeting, spiraling, sinking , in a downward direction, into the ground, heading for the ground, earthbound
Sense: Verb: increase
Synonyms:
increase , amplify, raise , hike , boost, escalate , intensify, accelerate, pump up, heighten, extend , add to, elevate, compound , expand , augment, build up
Antonyms:
lower , decrease , reduce , downgrade, take away from, devalue
Sense: Adjective: at an end - informal
Synonyms:
at an end, done , over , through , ended, finished , complete , completed, expired, lapsed, run out
Antonyms:
just started, underway , renewed, current , valid , ongoing , updated, all the rage, contemporary , fashionable
Sense: Adjective: out of bed - informal
Synonyms:
awake , out of bed, on your feet, with it (informal), up and at 'em (slang), up and about (informal), risen
Sense: Noun: times of good fortune, etc. - often plural
Synonyms:
good times, highs, happy days, good old days, halcyon days
Sense: Adjective: informed - followed by 'on' or 'with', informal
Synonyms:
informed , in the know (informal), well-informed, up-to-date, versed, well versed, aware , abreast
Sense: Adverb: to a higher volume
Synonyms:
louder, more loudly, more clearly, clearer, so sb can hear you
Sense: Adjective: erected
Synonyms:
built , constructed, raised , finished , complete , completed, erected
Sense: Adjective: going on or going badly - slang
Synonyms:
happening , going on, going down (slang), new , wrong , afoot
Sense: Adverb: for consideration
Synonyms:
for consideration, for discussion, forward , on the table

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