Definition of up north in English:

up north

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phrase

informal
  • To or in the north of a country.

    • ‘he's taken a teaching job up north’
    • ‘Several of their sons made their way up north and found jobs on pastoral stations or at some of the mining towns.’
    • ‘She moved from up north to Florida on word of mouth about all the jobs available.’
    • ‘The latest in London health and beauty treatments comes up north with the opening of a new manicure parlour - with booze.’
    • ‘It's not been grim up north since they did away with industry in 1984.’
    • ‘There is a go-karting track at Island Grounds, near the War Memorial if you come further up north.’
    • ‘Over the next few days he will travel up north to drum up support among music fans in Donegal, Cavan and Roscommon.’
    • ‘Kid's TV really only begins next week once the schools up north go on holiday.’
    • ‘We were thinking about moving up north where houses are cheaper.’
    • ‘The Principal will be cutting his break short and driving back from way up north to attend these proceedings.’
    • ‘As with most holidays, our trip up north was brilliant simply because it was just that - a holiday.’