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Ner (direction): Down Nere (position): Down, below Ned direction): Down (formal) Nedför (direction): Downhill Upp (direction): Up Uppe (position): Up Uppför (direction): Uphill In (direction): In Inne (position): Inside, Indoors Inom (position): within Ut (direction): Out Ute (position): Outside, Outdoors
In English, “show up” is a phrasal verb with a meaning that is distinct from “show”, similar to the distinction between German auftauchen (“show up”, literally “up-dive”, similar to Swedish dyka upp) vs. tauchen (“dive”, Swedish dyka). Phrasal verbs are not as common in Romance languages as they are in Germanic languages.