upright in Oekraïens

n. підпора, піаніно
v. вертикальний: підняти у вертикальне положення
a. вертикальний, прямовисний, чесний
adv. прямо, справедливо, сторч


“It is a very good height indeed!” said the Caterpillar angrily, rearing itself upright. (It was exactly three inches high.)
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Mr Fogg and sir Francis had remained upright. The Parsee had bowed his head, and Passepartout was, no doubt, scarcely less stupefied!
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In the centre of the room, clamped to an upright easel, stood the full-length portrait of a young man of extraordinary personal beauty,
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The almost upright small ostrich feather in her hat, which had irritated Mr. Samsa during her entire service, swayed lightly in all directions.
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and their jaw bones were in strong relief owing to their thinness. Some had preserved the upright moustache in the style of the Emperor; the most of them were shaved or had a stubby tuft like a brush.
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As in his dreams, he was constantly feeling the anguish of an upright and desperate man who wishes to meet his obligations. Pay! and how? It was now very late. For a moment the heroic resolution came into his head
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hobnailed boots glistening in upright position near the roadside, livid heads, amputated bodies, open stomachs that shown enormous blue livers, sectioned bodies, stray limbs,
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I can't help but feel sorry for the poor man. So honorable and so upright in every way. If he only were not so common!”
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Not a single tree still preserved its upright form and abundant foliage as in the days of peace. The groups of pines recalled the columns of ruined temples.
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See here, gringo, what is all this nonsense about nobility which you have been telling my girl? Karl left the piano to stand upright and respond.
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in a vertical position; not sloping: vertical, unsloped, perpendicular
of animals that are partly erect: vertical, upright, erect
of moral excellence: righteous, good, just
upright in position or posture: standing, passant, orthostatic, semi-erect, semi-climbing, vertical, rearing, straight, unbowed, erect, erectile, attitude, unbent, semi-upright, position, statant, fastigiate, rampant, stand-up, posture
a vertical structural member as a post or stake: shaft, stud, vertical, structural member, column, pillar, goalpost, stile, jamb, scape, post, scantling
a piano with a vertical sounding board: forte-piano, upright piano, pianoforte, spinet, piano

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