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upward

  
      adj  
   [climb]   ascendant (e)     
[look]  
vers le haut  
She started on the steep upward climb.      Elle entama son ascension de la pente escarpée.  
   (=increasing)  
[trend]  
à la hausse  
→ Oil prices continued an upward swing        
[movement]   vers le haut
      adv     (mainly US)  
   (=towards higher place)   [point, climb]   vers le haut  
to look upward      lever les yeux  
→ He happened to look upward.        
→ The share price is likely to leap upward.        
   to lie face upward      (=on one's back)   s'allonger sur le dos  
to be lying face upward      être allongé (e)   sur le dos  
→ Lie face upward with a cushion under your head.        
   (=towards higher amount)   [move]   à la hausse  
→ Unemployment will continue upward for most of the year        
   upward of      (=more than)   plus de  
→ The cyclone killed upward of 200,000 people.        
→ projects worth upward of 200 million pounds        


upward mobility  
      n   mobilité    f   ascendante  
→ children of manual workers born in 1970 entering Mrs Thatcher's society had a weak chance of upward mobility        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
adj.
ascendant
adv.
vers le haut
adj.
en hausse
[Bus.]
adv.
à la hausse
[Bus.]
exp.
plus de
n.
compatibilité ascendante
[Comp.]
n.
regard vers le haut
[Med.]
n.
ascension
n.
paralysie de l'élévation du regard
[Med.]
n.
augmentation de la posologie
[Med.]
n.
forte tendance à la hausse
[Bus.]
exp.
lever les yeux
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'upward' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
adj.
upward
adj.
upward
prep.
upward
n.
upward adjustment
[Bus.]
n.
upward error
n.
upward trend
[Bus.]
n.
upward trend
n.
upward trend
adj.
upward compatible
[Comp.]
adj.
upward compatible
[Comp.]
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