upper englannista suomeksi
Situated on higher ground, further inland, or more northerly.
Of or pertaining to a school.
The upper portion of something
1930, (w), ''(w)'', New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Chapter 4, p. 52,https://archive.org/details/maltesefalcon01hamm
- The uppers of his patent-leather shoes were hidden by fawn spats.
Someone with higher social standing
1895, Edward Parry Eardley-Wilmot, E. C. Streatfield, ''Charterhouse'', page 64
- Each Upper had his private Fag; but general fagdom consisted of obedience to the demand of every Upper, no matter in whose House he happened to be.
2016, ''The Best of the Harvard Lampoon: 140 Years of American Humor''
- It is advisable, for example, to learn the words to the school loyalty and to “Fair Harvard” in the event that you are “asked” to give an impromptu “concert” in the Yard for the benefit of the Uppers.
That which is higher, contrasted with the lower.
A denture or retainer for the teeth in the upper jaw.
An upper berth or bunk.
A spiritual passageway through which consciousness can reach a higher dimension.