augšā

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search
See also: augša

Latvian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

(file)

Adverb[edit]

augšā

  1. up, upward
    doties pa kāpnēm augšāto go up the stairs
    skriet pa kāpnēm augšā un lejāto run up and down the stairs
    zirgs velk ratus pa nogāzi augšāthe horse pulls the cart up the slope
    rokas augšā!hands up! (order to give up)
    galvu augšā! mums ienaidnieks jāuzveic!cheer (lit. head) up! we must defeat the enemy!
  2. used to reinforce the sense of the prefix uz- on certain verbs
    uzkāpt augšā kalnā, tornīto climb up the mountain, the tower
    kaķis uzlēca augšā uz galdathe cat jumped up on a table
    Klaudijs Vārpa uzgāja augšā balkonāKlaudijs Vārpa went up to the balcony
  3. used to replace the prefix uz- on certain verbs to mark imperfective aspect
    kāpt kokā augšāto climb up (to the top) of the tree
    rāpties pa nogāzi augšāto climb up (to the top) of the slope
    plānā ir: šogad uzcelt tauta namu... materiāli ir savesti... lūdzu, tagad cel augšā!it is in the plan: to build up a house of the people (= community centeer) this year... the materials are gathered (already)... please, now build (it) up!
  4. up, standing, on one's feet
    slieties augšāto stand up
    lēkt augšāto jump up
    Andris krita, bet jau nākošā acumirklī Andris bija augšā un dēvās tālākAndris fell, but the next moment Andris was already up and went further
  5. up, awake
    tu vēl augšā?you still up?
    celt augšāto wake (someone) up
    celties augšāto wake and get up
    pirmdienas rīts; vecmāmuļa pirmā augšāMonday morning; granny is the first one up (= awake and up)

Synonyms[edit]

Antonyms[edit]

Noun[edit]

augšā f

  1. locative singular form of augša