upside

[ uhp-sahyd ]
/ ˈʌpˌsaɪd /

noun

adjective

going higher, especially in price or worth: This stock has a nice upside potential.

preposition

on or against the side of: Give him a smack upside the head.

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Idioms for upside

    get upsides with, British. to get even with.

Origin of upside

First recorded in 1605–15; up- + side1
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British Dictionary definitions for upsides (1 of 2)

upsides
/ (ˈʌpˌsaɪdz) /

adverb

informal, mainly British (foll by with) equal or level (with), as through revenge or retaliation

British Dictionary definitions for upsides (2 of 2)

upside
/ (ˈʌpˌsaɪd) /

noun

the upper surface or part
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Idioms and Phrases with upsides

upside

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