- adv.向上地，上升地; 在上面，向上头;
Lie face upwards with a cushion under your head.
My ambition was to travel upwards in the ecclesiastical hierarchy.
She caught a clear view upwards of the spotlit temple.
I can see things just going onwards and upwards for us now.
A yellow tongue of flame shot upwards.
"There," said Jack, pointing upwards.
Hunter nodded again and gazed upwards in fear.
The divorce rate is spiralling upwards.
The track snaked perilously upwards.
The share price is likely to leap upwards.
A flight of steps led upwards to the front door.
The council has revised its projections of funding requirements upwards.
The loss is estimated to reach upwards of 30000 yuan.
Inflation will bound back upwards next year.
The trend of prices is still upwards.
They are also spending more time working with each other rather than reporting upwards.
In order not to be heard, she pointed her finger upwards to signal that someone was moving about upstairs.
2015年高考英语湖北卷 单项选择 原文收起真题例句
1. spatially or metaphorically from a lower to a higher position;
"the music surged up"
"the fragments flew upwards"
"prices soared upwards"
2. to a later time;
"they moved the meeting date up"
"from childhood upward"