faceup


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faceup

(ˌfeɪsˈʌp)
adj
with the face, surface or front upwards
adv
in a faceup manner

face•up

(ˈfeɪsˈʌp)

adv.
with the face upward.
[1960–65]
Translations

faceup

adv boca arriba
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In Texas Hold'em, each player gets two facedown cards (called the hole cards), followed by three cards placed faceup all at once (the flop), then another faceup card (the turn) and then a final card, also faceup (the river).
V-Up Lie faceup on the floor with your legs and arms straight.
faceup on a massage table, where he ran his papery palms just above
The fighters hold up the severed skulls, the faces gazing glassily at the camera, and place them faceup on the decapitated workers' backs.
He was unable to walk without help and could not be with faceup position for an airway obstruction.
She obliges, removes her dressing gown and asks, "General anaesthetic?" Steven agrees with her prognosis, so she deploys herself on the foot of the bed, faceup, as though unconscious.
No flowers please, but donations, if desired, may be made to Faceup Cymru at the service.
These images were larger than 35-mm slides, typically the size of a sheet of paper, and were placed faceup on the horizontal, lighted surface of the overhead projector and were projected onto a vertical surface.
The experimenter shuffled the cards, and the deck was then placed faceup on a table in front of the participant, after which the following instructions were read to the participant: "Please put them into groups and call me when you have completed the task."
If no object is dislodged, turn the baby faceup on a firm surface, place two fingers in the middle of the breastbone just below the nipples and give five quick thrusts.
That's against the law!" It was only then that Pedroza's wife, Isabel, noticed that her husband was lying flat on the riverbank, faceup, blood pouring from his chest.
Should the M92D go over the side you can expect it to float faceup and provide visual and aural signals to aid in retrieval.