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uptick

[ uhp-tik ]
/ ˈʌpˌtɪk /
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noun
a rise or improvement in business activity, in mood, etc.
Stock Exchange.
  1. a selling price that is higher than the last price.
  2. a slight upward trend in price.Compare downtick.
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Origin of uptick

First recorded in 1950–55; up- + tick1
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British Dictionary definitions for uptick

uptick
/ (ˈʌptɪk) /

noun
a rise or increase
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