upward

upward
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upward UK US /ˈʌpwəd/ adjective
moving towards a higher position, level, or value: upward climb/momentum/movement »

London's shares maintained their upward momentum yesterday.

upward curve/trend »

The market has been on a steady upward trend since the Fed stopped raising rates.

upward pressure »

There are fears that further falls in the dollar will put more upward pressure on eurozone interest rates.

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upward UK US /ˈʌpwəd/ adverb US
UPWARDS(Cf. ↑upwards)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Upward — may refer to: *Upward Bound *Upward Bound High School *Upward continuation *Upward looking sonar *Upward Spiral *Upwardly Global * Upwards (album)People: *Allen Upward *Edward Upward …   Wikipedia

  • Upward — Up ward, Upwards Up wards, adv. [AS. upweardes. See {Up }, and { wards}.] [1913 Webster] 1. In a direction from lower to higher; toward a higher place; in a course toward the source or origin; opposed to downward; as, to tend or roll upward. I.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Upward of — Upward Up ward, Upwards Up wards, adv. [AS. upweardes. See {Up }, and { wards}.] [1913 Webster] 1. In a direction from lower to higher; toward a higher place; in a course toward the source or origin; opposed to downward; as, to tend or roll… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • upward — upward, upwards 1. The only form for the adjective is upward (in an upward direction), but upward and upwards are both used for the adverb, with a preference for upwards in BrE: • The launcher consists of a small nozzle that directs a jet of… …   Modern English usage

  • Upward — Up ward, a. [AS. upweard. See {Up}, and { ward}.] Directed toward a higher place; as, with upward eye; with upward course. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • upward — [up′wərd] adv., adj. [ME < OE upweard: see UP1 & WARD] 1. toward a higher place, position, degree, amount, etc. 2. on into future years or later life 3. beyond (an indicated price, amount, etc.) [tickets cost two dollars and upward]: Also… …   English World dictionary

  • Upward — Up ward, n. The upper part; the top. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] From the extremest upward of thy head. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • upward — O.E. upweard, upweardes; see UP (Cf. up) + WARD (Cf. ward). Cf. M.L.G. upwart, M.Du. opwaert, M.H.G. ufwart. Phrase upward mobility first recorded 1949; mainly restricted to sociologists jargon until 1960s …   Etymology dictionary

  • upward — ► ADVERB (also upwards) ▪ towards a higher point or level. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ moving or leading towards a higher point or level. ● upwards of Cf. ↑upwards of DERIVATIVES upwardly adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • Upward — Edward Upward (* 9. September 1903 in Repton, Derbyshire; † 13. Februar 2009 in Pontefract, West Yorkshire) war ein britischer Schriftsteller. Leben Upward besuchte die Schule in Repton, wo er Christopher Isherwood kennenlernte. Während des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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