Definition of 'uphill'
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His successor faces an uphill struggle to get it moving. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The car is a 20-minute uphill walk. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I think it will be a real uphill struggle for them without Costa. The Sun (2017)But in most sectors this remains an uphill battle, ” writes Sykes. Computing (2010)The last 5f are uphill. The Sun (2016)There is a 5f course, uphill and testing which runs straight across the centre of the track. The Sun (2016)So it was a bit of an uphill fight for me. The Sun (2015)This is going to be a very uphill task. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But thinking this hard for this long proved an uphill trek. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Was it the fact that large portions of this walk were uphill and conducted at great speed? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then resist the temptation to go uphill to get into freer spaces. A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)This stiff uphill finish should suit and he can go one better. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Making our money last until we next get paid is always an uphill struggle. The Sun (2013)We still have a chance but it is an uphill battle. The Sun (2008)It is likely to prove an uphill task. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Victims often face an uphill struggle to clear their names and their credit files. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is a sharp decent to the the turn an uphill finish. The Sun (2016)It was always going to be an uphill struggle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It gives a good core workout through balancing and when you go uphill it helps to work on your leg strength. Times, Sunday Times (2012)An uphill 5f course runs across the centre of the track. The Sun (2011)It looks like being uphill all the way until the end of the season for Barnet. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We've been fighting uphill from day one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The house is approached by a long, winding uphill driveway through the grounds. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's still uphill all the way. Christianity Today (2000)The people who inhabited America at that time were fighting an uphill battle. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The last 5f is uphill. The Sun (2015)A 5f course, uphill and testing runs straight across the centre of the track. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'uphill'
British English: uphill /ˈʌpˈhɪl/ ADVERB
If something or someone is uphill or is moving uphill, they are near the top of a hill or are going up a slope.
He had been running uphill a long way.
- American English: uphill
- Arabic: صَاعِداً
- Brazilian Portuguese: morro acima
- Chinese: 上坡
- Croatian: uzbrdo
- Czech: do kopce
- Danish: op ad bakke
- Dutch: bergop
- European Spanish: cuesta arriba
- Finnish: ylämäkeen
- French: en amont
- German: bergauf
- Greek: ανηφορικά
- Italian: in salita
- Japanese: 坂の上へ
- Korean: 위를 향하여
- Norwegian: oppoverbakke
- Polish: w górę
- European Portuguese: acima
- Romanian: sus
- Russian: в гору
- Spanish: cuesta arriba
- Swedish: uppåt
- Thai: ซึ่งเป็นเนิน ซึ่งขึ้นเขา
- Turkish: yokuş yukarı
- Ukrainian: вгору
- Vietnamese: lên dốc
Definition of uphill from the Collins English Dictionary
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