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    Cool On the up

    In that sentence:

    "German cinema is on the up." What does "on the up" mean, please?

    Thanks

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    Re: On the up

    It could mean several things:

    getting more popular

    increasing in number

    better quality

    Can you give us more info?

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    Cool Re: On the up

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    It could mean several things:

    getting more popular

    increasing in number

    better quality

    Can you give us more info?
    Thank You very much. "getting more popular" and "getting better quality" match to sense of the sentence.

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