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    You shouldn't look down on people who are not as well up as you are.

    I wonder if it is correct with the preposition " up" in the sentence? Is there something wrong with this preposition? Thanks in advance.

    " You shouldn't look down on people who are not as well up as you are."

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    Re: You shouldn't look down on people who are not as well up as you are.

    'Well up' does not mean anything. Perhaps you mean 'well off' (rich).

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