- Directed or moving upwords.
- The flag is up.
- Toward the top or away from the Earth.
- The balloon went up.
- If a task or result is up to you, it means you are in charge of deciding or doing it.
- The outcome of the game is up to the players.
- It is up to you to choose the restaurant for dinner .
- If you are up to something, you are doing or planning it.
- What are you up to this evening?
- We had better make sure he's not up to something stupid again.
- She's always up to some kind of trouble.
- It was an up day.
- Cheerful, optimistic.
- He is feeling up.
- Happening, occurring.
- What’s up?
- They act like something is up.
- Something is up with him.
- It is all up with them.
- State of being up, often with down.
- Life has its ups and downs.
- Increase, increment.
- We upped the dosage.