The Word is:”up”
1. towards a higher place or position.
“she made her way up to bed”
“the sun was already up when they set off”
“he’s driving up to Inverness to see the old man”
“I’m going for a walk up to the shops”
“up, boys, and at ’em”
“I was ill and vomited up everything”
2. at or to a higher level of intensity, volume, or activity.
“sales are up 22.8 per cent at $50.2 m”
“United were 3–1 up at half time”
3. to the place where someone is.
4. into the desired or a proper condition.
“I’ve got a bit of paperwork to finish up”
5. into a happy mood.
6. out of bed.
7. displayed on a noticeboard or other publicly visible site.
1. from a lower to a higher point of (something).
“a cruise up the Rhine”
2. along or further along (a street or road).
“we’re going up the Palais”
1. at an end.
3. (of a road) being repaired.
4. (of a computer system) functioning properly.
5. in a cheerful mood; ebullient.
6.(of a jockey) in the saddle.
noun: up; plural noun: ups
1. a period of good fortune.
verb: up; 3rd person present: ups; past tense: upped; past participle: upped; gerund or present participle: upping
“she upped and left him”
2. increase (a level or amount).
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