higher up than

higher up than(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to talk about elevation)
a. más arriba que
We must be higher up than before because my ears are popping.Debemos de estar más arriba que antes porque se me destaparon los oídos.
b. más alto que
Here in La Paz, we're higher up than in Quito.Aqui en La Paz estamos más altos que en Quito.
2. (used to talk about rank)
a. por encima de
Carol's higher up than I am, so it's her call.Carol está por encima de mí, así que la decisión depende de ella.
b. arriba de
Pedro is the manager of the whole branch, so he's higher up than me.Pedro es el gerente de toda la sucursal, así que esta arriba de mí.
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