upright po angielsku
adj. vertical, perpendicular, erect; just, honorable, principled
“It is a very good height indeed!” said the Caterpillar angrily, rearing itself upright. (It was exactly three inches high.)
Mr Fogg and sir Francis had remained upright. The Parsee had bowed his head, and Passepartout was, no doubt, scarcely less stupefied!
In the centre of the room, clamped to an upright easel, stood the full-length portrait of a young man of extraordinary personal beauty,
The almost upright small ostrich feather in her hat, which had irritated Mr. Samsa during her entire service, swayed lightly in all directions.
and their jaw bones were in strong relief owing to their thinness. Some had preserved the upright moustache in the style of the Emperor; the most of them were shaved or had a stubby tuft like a brush.
As in his dreams, he was constantly feeling the anguish of an upright and desperate man who wishes to meet his obligations. Pay! and how? It was now very late. For a moment the heroic resolution came into his head
hobnailed boots glistening in upright position near the roadside, livid heads, amputated bodies, open stomachs that shown enormous blue livers, sectioned bodies, stray limbs,
I can't help but feel sorry for the poor man. So honorable and so upright in every way. If he only were not so common!”
Not a single tree still preserved its upright form and abundant foliage as in the days of peace. The groups of pines recalled the columns of ruined temples.
See here, gringo, what is all this nonsense about nobility which you have been telling my girl? Karl left the piano to stand upright and respond.
1. honest: good, moral, ethical, principled, just, pure, righteous
2. erect: vertical, perpendicular, plumb, cocked
3. pole: column, pile, prop, support, pier, verticality