Upright

1. имя прилагательное 1) вертикальный, прямой, отвесный 2) честный Например: He bore through England the reputation of an upright and virtuous king. — В Англии он снискал репутацию честного и добродетельного короля. Синоним(ы): moral 2. наречие вертикально, прямо, стоймя Например: I can hardly sit upright. — Я с трудом могу сидеть прямо. 3. имя существительное 1) подпорка; колонна; стойка 2) обычно множественное число; спорт стойка ворот 3) вертикальный слой 4) то же, что и upright piano - пианино

Большой англо-русский словарь

Upright

1) стойка; стояк 2) устанавливать вертикально 3) вертикальный; в вертикальном положении

Англо-русский политехнический словарь

Upright

I. adjective 1. a. perpendicular, vertical b. erect in carriage or posture c. having the main axis or a main part perpendicular
Example: upright freezer 2. marked by strong moral rectitude
Example: an upright citizenuprightly adverbuprightness noun Synonyms: upright, honest, just, conscientious, scrupulous, honorable mean having or showing a strict regard for what is morally right. upright implies a strict adherence to moral principles
Example: a stern and upright minister. honest stresses adherence to such virtues as truthfulness, candor, fairness
Example: known for being honest in business dealings. just stresses conscious choice and regular practice of what is right or equitable
Example: workers given just compensation. conscientious and scrupulous imply an active moral sense governing all one's actions and painstaking efforts to follow one's conscience
Example: conscientious in the completion of her assignments
Example: scrupulous in carrying out the terms of the will. honorable suggests a firm holding to codes of right behavior and the guidance of a high sense of honor and duty
Example: a difficult but honorable decision. II. adverb vertically upward ; in an upright position III. noun 1. the state of being upright ; perpendicular
Example: a pillar out of upright 2. something that stands upright; especially a football goalpost — usually used in plural 3. upright piano

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера