to move higher, rise, or increase:
The average cost of a new house has gone up by five percent to £276,500.
to suddenly explode:
There's a gas leak and the whole building could go up at any moment.
If a sign goes up, it is fixed into position:
The new "No Parking" signs went up yesterday.
If a building goes up, it is built:
A new factory is going up at the site of the old airport.
If you go up to a college or university, especially Oxford University or Cambridge University, you begin studying there, or continue studying after a holiday.
(Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus からの go up の定義 © Cambridge University Press)
to be destroyed in a fire or explosion:
The wind was so strong, the house went up in flames almost immediately.
(Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary からの go up の定義 © Cambridge University Press)
Property taxes have gone up by ten percent.
(Cambridge ビジネス英語辞典 からの go up の定義 © Cambridge University Press)
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