English version

face up/upwards

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishface up/upwardsface up/upwardswith the face or front towards the sky The body was lying face up in the rain. face
Examples from the Corpus
face up/upwardsIf found guilty, he could face up to two years in jail.It took time until she could face up to it.We must face up to this.With palms facing upwards, take your arms behind you and hold them as high as possible.With palms facing upwards, take your arms behind you and pull them towards each other 35 times.Sabit Brokaj of the Socialist Party faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.If convicted, they face up to a year in jail and up to a $ 2,500 fine.He fell across the wall, twisting, face up.
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