from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To shift a motor vehicle into a higher gear.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A shift to a higher gear
- n. A shift to a higher level, such as of frequency or growth
- v. To shift to a higher gear
- v. To shift to a higher level, such as of frequency or growth rate
Anyone found that in the Dirt2 video the shifting animation for the upshift was a little late?
So the explosion at the mountain summit is likely a cover for Criss Angel to sneak in and "upshift" for him.
Sequential gearboxes work by having only two gears, an "upshift" and a "downshift".
Mazda gets extra racing cred for putting the upshift gate rearward, and the downshift gate forward, which is naturally where your hand wants to go if you are braking for a corner and downshifting.
Today we attempted to upshift two common everyday utensils through a modified version of our experimental electromagnetic phase shift device.
Granted, the car will automatically downshift, but it does not automatically upshift, so you can control your gearage much more.
I am rewarded with a hateful shove in the back, an upshift that takes, according to the company, 50 milliseconds—in case you're curious what explosive decom
The effort marks a major upshift in the central government's stance on the so-called "people's war" of the Maoists.
We have to "shift gears" between activities, and often forget to place ourselves in Neutral before we upshift.
The upshift, however, still requires a relatively big lateral push on the brake lever.