English translation of 'verso l'alto'
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'verso l'alto' in Other Languages
British English: upward ADJECTIVE
An upward movement or look is directed towards a higher place or a higher level.
She started once again on the steep upward climb.
British English: upwards /ˈʌpwədz/ ADVERB
If someone moves or looks upwards, they move or look up towards a higher place.
`There,' he said, pointing upwards.
- American English: upward
- Arabic: صَاعِداً
- Brazilian Portuguese: para cima
- Chinese: 向上
- Croatian: prema gore
- Czech: nahoru
- Danish: opad
- Dutch: naar boven
- European Spanish: hacia arriba
- Finnish: ylöspäin
- French: vers le haut
- German: aufwärts
- Greek: προς τα πάνω
- Italian: verso l’alto
- Japanese: 上へ向かって
- Korean: 위쪽으로
- Norwegian: oppover
- Polish: w górę
- European Portuguese: para cima
- Romanian: în sus
- Russian: вверх
- Spanish: hacia arriba
- Swedish: uppåt
- Thai: ขึ้นไปทางเหนือ
- Turkish: yukarıya doğru
- Ukrainian: догори
- Vietnamese: về phía trên
Translation of verso l'alto from the Collins Italian to English
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