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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishupstairsup‧stairs1 /ˌʌpˈsteəz◂ $ -ˈsterz◂/ ●●● S2 adverb  UPtowards or on an upper floor in a building opp downstairs I went upstairs and had a shower. She’s upstairs in bed feeling ill.upstairs adjective [only before noun] an upstairs window the upstairs rooms kick somebody upstairs at kick1(16)
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upstairsThe children had been taken upstairs.I picked up the phone when Nyrene was upstairs.Lucy came rushing upstairs after her sister.Other members of their families were upstairs dancing, and afterwards they all walked home in a group.Relaxing upstairs in a warm bath, he suddenly realized he was not unwinding in just any old bathroom.Or you can stay upstairs in your apartment and the same thing will be true.I ran into the house and upstairs into Mrs Goreng's dressing-room, which commanded the best view.Don't you think the woman upstairs is kind of strange?Don't go upstairs - Mom's still getting dressed.My office is upstairs on the right.The bathroom is upstairs on your left.I went upstairs, undressed, and got into bed.Flora watched Mrs Brown staggering upstairs with a heavy tray.
upstairsupstairs2 noun   the upstairs
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upstairsThe old man upstairs decided that you and I would share this cell.
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