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rose (verb)

  • 1 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) aumentar; subir
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) elevarse
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) levantarse
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) levantarse
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) levantarse
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) elevarse
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) levantarse/sublevarse contra
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) ascender, subir
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) nacer
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) levantarse; hacerse/soplar más fuerte
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) alzarse, erigirse
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) resucitar

    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) ascenso, subida
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) aumento
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) subida, cuesta
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) grandeza, auge

    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) saliente; creciente, en aumento, en alza
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    rise1 n aumento / subida
    rise2 vb
    1. subir
    2. aumentar / subir
    the price of petrol has risen by 12% this year el precio de la gasolina ha subido un 12% este año
    3. crecer
    4. salir
    tr[raɪz]
    1 ascenso, subida
    2 (increase) aumento
    3 (slope) subida, cuesta
    intransitive verb (pt rose tr[rəʊz], pp risen tr['rɪzən])
    1 ascender, subir
    2 (increase) aumentar
    3 (stand up) ponerse de pie
    4 (get up) levantarse
    5 (sun) salir
    6 (river) nacer
    8 (mountains) elevarse
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to give rise to dar origen a
    to rise to the occasion ponerse a la altura de las circunstancias
    rise ['raɪz] vi, rose ['ro:z] ; risen ['rɪz-ə n] ; rising
    1) get up: levantarse
    to rise to one's feet: ponerse de pie
    2) : elevarse, alzarse
    the mountains rose to the west: las montañas se elevaron al oeste
    3) : salir (dícese del sol y de la luna)
    4) : subir (dícese de las aguas, del humo, etc.)
    the river rose: las aguas subieron de nivel
    5) increase: aumentar, subir
    6) originate: nacer, proceder
    7)
    to rise in rank : ascender
    8)
    to rise up rebel: sublevarse, rebelarse
    rise n
    1) ascent: ascensión f, subida f
    2) origin: origen m
    3) elevation: elevación f
    4) increase: subida f, aumento m, alzamiento m
    5) slope: pendiente f, cuesta f
    n.
    desnivel (Pen diente) s.m.
    n.
    alza s.f.
    crecimiento s.m.
    cuesta s.f.
    elevación s.f.
    levantamiento s.m.
    origen s.m.
    peralte s.m.
    salida s.f.
    subida s.f.
    subido s.m.
    v.
    (§ p.,p.p.: rose, risen) = crecer v.
    encumbrar v.
    enriscar v.
    leudar v.
    levantarse v.
    nacer v.
    salir v.
    (§pres: salgo, sales...) fut/c: saldr-•)
    subir v.
    surgir v.

    I raɪz
    1)
    a) (upward movement - of tide, level) subida f; (- in pitch) elevación f

    to get a rise out of somebody — (colloq) conseguir* que alguien se fastidie

    to take the rise out of somebody — (colloq) tomarle el pelo a alguien (fam)

    b) (increase - in prices, interest rates) subida f, aumento m, alza f‡ (frml), suba f (RPl); (- in pressure, temperature) aumento m, subida f; (- in number, amount) aumento m

    to be on the rise — ir* en aumento, estar* aumentando

    c) ( in pay) (BrE) aumento m, incremento m (frml)

    a pay riseun aumento or (frml) un incremento salarial

    d) ( improvement) mejora f
    2) ( advance) ascenso m, ascensión f

    the rise and fall of somebody/something — la grandeza y decadencia de alguien/algo, el auge y (la) caída de alguien/algo

    to give rise to something\<\<to belief\>\> dar* origen or lugar a algo; \<\<to dispute\>\> ocasionar or causar algo; \<\<to ideas\>\> suscitar algo

    3) ( slope) subida f, cuesta f

    II
    (past rose; past p risen 'rɪzṇ) intransitive verb
    1)
    a) (come, go up) subir; \<\<mist\>\> levantarse; \<\<sun/moon\>\> salir*; \<\<river\>\> crecer*; \<\<dough\>\> crecer*, subir; \<\<cake\>\> subir; \<\<fish\>\> picar*

    a few eyebrows rose when... — más de uno se mostró sorprendido cuando...

    to rise to the surface — salir* or subir a la superficie

    the color rose to her cheeks — se le subieron los colores, se ruborizó

    b) ( increase) \<\<price/temperature/pressure\>\> subir, aumentar; \<\<wind\>\> arreciar; \<\<wage/number/amount\>\> aumentar; \<\<tension\>\> crecer*, aumentar

    to rise in pricesubir or aumentar de precio

    c) \<\<sound\>\> ( become louder) aumentar de volumen; ( become higher) subir de tono
    d) ( improve) \<\<standard\>\> mejorar

    their spirits rose — se les levantó el ánimo, se animaron

    2)
    a) ( slope upward) \<\<ground/land\>\> elevarse
    b) ( extend upwards) \<\<building/hill\>\> levantarse, alzarse*, erguirse* (liter)
    3)
    a) ( stand up) \<\<person/audience\>\> (frml) ponerse* de pie, levantarse, pararse (AmL)

    to rise to one's feet — ponerse* de pie, levantarse

    b) ( out of bed) levantarse

    rise and shine! — (colloq) vamos, arriba y a espabilarse! (fam)

    4) (in position, status)
    5) ( adjourn) (BrE) \<\<court/parliament\>\> levantar la sesión
    6) ( revolt)

    to rise (up) (AGAINST somebody/something) — levantarse or alzarse* (contra alguien/algo)

    7) ( originate) \<\<river\>\> (frml) nacer*
    Phrasal Verbs:
    [raɪz] (vb: pt rose) (pp risen)
    1. N
    1) (=upward movement) subida f, ascenso m ; [of tide] subida f ; [of river] crecida f ; (in tone, pitch) subida f, elevación f
    - get a rise out of sb
    - take the rise out of sb
    2) (=increase) (in number, rate, value) aumento m ; (in price, temperature) subida f, aumento m ; (Brit) (in salary) aumento m (de sueldo)

    he was given a 30% pay rise — le dieron un aumento de sueldo del 30%

    a rise in interest rates — un aumento de los tipos de interés

    prices are on the rise — los precios están subiendo

    3) (fig) (=advancement) ascenso m, subida f ; (=emergence) desarrollo m

    his meteoric rise to famesu ascenso meteórico or su subida meteórica a la fama

    Napoleon's rise to powerel ascenso or la subida de Napoleón al poder

    the rise and fall of[of organization] el auge y (la) decadencia de; [of person] el ascenso y (la) caída de

    4) (=small hill) colina f, loma f ; (=upward slope) cuesta f (arriba), pendiente f ; [of stairs] subida f
    5) (=origin) [of river] nacimiento m

    to give rise to[+ innovation] dar origen a; [+ problems, impression] causar; [+ interest, ideas] suscitar; [+ speculation, doubts, suspicion, fear] suscitar, dar lugar a

    2. VI
    1) (=get up) (from bed) levantarse; (=stand up) ponerse de pie, levantarse; (=rear up) [building, mountain] elevarse, alzarse

    to rise early — madrugar, levantarse temprano

    rise and shine! — ¡levántate y espabila!

    ash II, 1.
    2) (=get higher) [sun, moon] salir; [smoke, mist, balloon] subir, ascender, elevarse liter; [dust, spray, theatre curtain] levantarse; [water, tide, level, aircraft, lift] subir; [dough, cake] aumentar, subir; [river] crecer; [hair] ponerse de punta

    the plane rose to 4,000 metres — el avión subió a 4.000 metros

    to rise above — (fig) [+ differences, poverty] superar; [+ prejudice] estar por encima de

    to rise to the bait — (lit, fig) picar or morder el anzuelo

    to rise to the surface — (lit) salir a la superficie; (fig) [tensions, contradictions] surgir, aflorar

    challenge, occasion
    3) (=increase) [price, temperature, pressure] subir, aumentar; [number, amount, tension] aumentar; [barometer, stocks, shares] subir; [wind] arreciar, levantarse; [sound] hacerse más fuerte

    it has risen 20% in price — su precio ha subido or aumentado en un 20%

    her voice rose in angerlevantó or alzó la voz enfadada

    4) [ground] subir (en pendiente)
    5) (in rank) ascender

    to rise from or through the ranks — (Mil) ascender de soldado raso

    prominence
    6) (=improve) [standards] mejorar
    7) (=come forth)

    from the people, a cheer rose up — la gente empezó a vitorear todos a una

    she could feel a blush rising to her cheeks — sentía que se le subía el color a las mejillas, sentía que se le subían los colores

    8) (=originate) [river] nacer
    9) (=rebel) (also: rise up) sublevarse, levantarse ( against contra)

    to rise (up) in revolt — sublevarse, rebelarse

    10) (=adjourn) [parliament, court] levantar la sesión

    the House rose at 2a.m. — se levantó la sesión parlamentaria a las 2 de la madrugada

    * * *

    I [raɪz]
    1)
    a) (upward movement - of tide, level) subida f; (- in pitch) elevación f

    to get a rise out of somebody — (colloq) conseguir* que alguien se fastidie

    to take the rise out of somebody — (colloq) tomarle el pelo a alguien (fam)

    b) (increase - in prices, interest rates) subida f, aumento m, alza f‡ (frml), suba f (RPl); (- in pressure, temperature) aumento m, subida f; (- in number, amount) aumento m

    to be on the rise — ir* en aumento, estar* aumentando

    c) ( in pay) (BrE) aumento m, incremento m (frml)

    a pay riseun aumento or (frml) un incremento salarial

    d) ( improvement) mejora f
    2) ( advance) ascenso m, ascensión f

    the rise and fall of somebody/something — la grandeza y decadencia de alguien/algo, el auge y (la) caída de alguien/algo

    to give rise to something\<\<to belief\>\> dar* origen or lugar a algo; \<\<to dispute\>\> ocasionar or causar algo; \<\<to ideas\>\> suscitar algo

    3) ( slope) subida f, cuesta f

    II
    (past rose; past p risen ['rɪzṇ]) intransitive verb
    1)
    a) (come, go up) subir; \<\<mist\>\> levantarse; \<\<sun/moon\>\> salir*; \<\<river\>\> crecer*; \<\<dough\>\> crecer*, subir; \<\<cake\>\> subir; \<\<fish\>\> picar*

    a few eyebrows rose when... — más de uno se mostró sorprendido cuando...

    to rise to the surface — salir* or subir a la superficie

    the color rose to her cheeks — se le subieron los colores, se ruborizó

    b) ( increase) \<\<price/temperature/pressure\>\> subir, aumentar; \<\<wind\>\> arreciar; \<\<wage/number/amount\>\> aumentar; \<\<tension\>\> crecer*, aumentar

    to rise in pricesubir or aumentar de precio

    c) \<\<sound\>\> ( become louder) aumentar de volumen; ( become higher) subir de tono
    d) ( improve) \<\<standard\>\> mejorar

    their spirits rose — se les levantó el ánimo, se animaron

    2)
    a) ( slope upward) \<\<ground/land\>\> elevarse
    b) ( extend upwards) \<\<building/hill\>\> levantarse, alzarse*, erguirse* (liter)
    3)
    a) ( stand up) \<\<person/audience\>\> (frml) ponerse* de pie, levantarse, pararse (AmL)

    to rise to one's feet — ponerse* de pie, levantarse

    b) ( out of bed) levantarse

    rise and shine! — (colloq) vamos, arriba y a espabilarse! (fam)

    4) (in position, status)
    5) ( adjourn) (BrE) \<\<court/parliament\>\> levantar la sesión
    6) ( revolt)

    to rise (up) (AGAINST somebody/something) — levantarse or alzarse* (contra alguien/algo)

    7) ( originate) \<\<river\>\> (frml) nacer*
    Phrasal Verbs:

    English-spanish dictionary > rise

  • 2 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) øke, stige, heve seg
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) stige opp
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) stå opp
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) reise seg
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) gå/stige opp
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) skråne oppover
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) gjøre opprør, reise seg mot
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) bli forfremmet, komme seg fram/opp
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) ha sitt utspring
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) stige
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) sprette opp som paddehatter
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) stå opp fra de døde
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) stigning, oppgang, økning
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) lønnspålegg
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) skråning, bakke
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) oppgang, begynnelse
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) stigende, oppgående, kommende
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    sti
    --------
    stigning
    I
    subst. \/raɪz\/
    1) stigning, bakke, trapp
    2) oppgang, stigning, bevegelse oppover
    3) ( om penger e.l.) økning, forhøyelse, stigning
    4) ( britisk) lønnsforhøyelse, lønnsøkning
    5) høyde, forhøyning
    6) fremgang, økende status
    7) økning i høyde, økning i lydvolum, stigning
    8) begynnelse, opphav, utspring
    9) ( slang) ståpikk, reisning, stå
    10) oppstandelse (fra sykeleie, fra de døde e.l.)
    11) ( fisking) vaking, det at fisken stiger i vannet
    at sun rise ved soloppgang
    get a rise få lønnsforhøyelse ( slang) få stå(pikk)
    get a rise out of someone erte noen til det kommer en reaksjon, få noen til å bli sint
    give rise to forårsake, fremkalle
    have\/take its rise in ha sin opprinnelse, springe ut fra, ha sitt utspring i
    be on the rise være i fremmarsj
    II
    verb ( rose - risen) \/raɪz\/
    1) reise seg, reise seg opp, stå opp, stå rett opp (f.eks. om hår)
    2) stige (opp), stige i været, bevege seg oppover
    3) stige, øke, tilta
    4) stige i gradene, avansere
    5) gjøre opprør, reise seg
    6) skyte frem, spire
    7) oppstå, ha sitt utspring
    8) ese, heve (seg)
    9) (formelt, om møte e.l.) avslutte, heve
    10) oppstå (fra de døde)
    11) (om fugl, fisk e.l.) lokke frem, lokke til seg, (få til å) stige mot agnet (om fisk)
    look as though one has risen from the grave se ut som en har stått opp fra graven
    make one's gorge rise få en til bli kvalm, få innvollene til å gjøre opprør
    rise above doing something bli for viktig til å gjøre noe
    rise above mediocrity heve seg over det middelmådige
    rise above something heve seg over noe
    rise and shine! opp og hopp!, på tide å stå opp!
    rise from oppstå fra
    rise from the dead stå opp fra de døde
    rise from the table gå fra bordet, reise seg fra bordet
    rise in the world komme seg frem her i verden
    rise to a\/the worm seworm, 1
    rise to one's responsibilities vokse med ansvaret
    rise to the occasion være situasjonen voksen, beherske situasjonen

    English-Norwegian dictionary > rise

  • 3 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) stige; hæve
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) stige op; gå op; hæve sig
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) stå op
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) rejse sig
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) stige op
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) hæve sig
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) gøre oprør
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) blive forfremmet
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) have sit udspring
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) blive stærkere
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) rejse sig; skyde op
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) genopstå
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) stigning
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) lønforhøjelse
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) stigning
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) opståen
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) stigende; opstigende; opvoksende; lovende
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) stige; hæve
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) stige op; gå op; hæve sig
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) stå op
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) rejse sig
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) stige op
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) hæve sig
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) gøre oprør
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) blive forfremmet
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) have sit udspring
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) blive stærkere
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) rejse sig; skyde op
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) genopstå
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) stigning
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) lønforhøjelse
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) stigning
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) opståen
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) stigende; opstigende; opvoksende; lovende
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Danish dictionary > rise

  • 4 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) rísa, hækka, stíga, lyftast
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) stíga, lyftast; hefja sig til flugs
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) fara á fætur
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) standa upp
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) rísa
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) rísa, hækka
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) rísa upp gegn
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) hækka í tign
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) eiga upptök sín
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) magnast, aukast
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) rísa/byggjast upp
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) rísa upp frá dauðum
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) hækkun, aukning
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) hækkun
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) hæð, hóll
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) uppgangur
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) rísandi, upprennandi
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Icelandic dictionary > rise

  • 5 rise

    magasabbra jutás, magaslat, emelkedés, ívmagasság to rise: duzzad, elnapol, fellázad, megdagad, fokozódik
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    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) (fel)emelkedik
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) felszáll; felmegy
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) felkel
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) feláll
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) (fel)kel (égitest)
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) emelkedik (út)
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) fellázad
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) előlép
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) ered
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) feltámad (szél)
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) épül
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) feltámad (halottaiból)
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) növekedés; (fel)emelkedés
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) fizetésemelés
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) lejtő
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) tündöklés
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) felkelő; emelkedő; felnövő; a jövő (politikusa stb.)
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Hungarian dictionary > rise

  • 6 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) subir
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) subir
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) levantar-se
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) levantar-se
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) nascer
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) elevar-se
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) levantar-se
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) subir
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) nascer
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) levantar-se
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) erguer-se
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) ressuscitar
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) subida
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) aumento
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) elevação
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) ascensão
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) em ascensão
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    [raiz] n 1 ação de levantar ou subir. 2 ascensão, elevação. 3 colina, aclive, ladeira, rampa, elevação de terreno. 4 promoção, avanço, progresso. 5 subida dos peixes à superfície. 6 distância vertical entre a linha de nascença e o ponto mais elevado do intradorso. 7 subida. 8 lance de escadas. 9 Brit aumento (de salário). 10 ponto elevado. 11 origem, causa, fonte, nascente, início, princípio. 12 cheia (de rios). 13 alta, encarecimento. • vi (ps rose, pp risen). 1 subir, ir para cima. 2 levantar(-se), erguer(-se),
    pôr-se de pé, sair da cama. I rose from my seat / levantei-me da minha cadeira. my hair rose on my head / meus cabelos ficaram em pé. 3 terminar (levantando-se). 4 ressuscitar, ressurgir. 5 crescer (massa de pão). 6 promover, ser promovido, progredir. 7 aumentar (salários, preços). 8 ascender (terreno). 9 nascer, surgir (sol). 10 vir à superfície (peixes). 11 tornar-se audível. 12 revoltar-se, rebelar-se, insurgir-se contra. they rose in arms / pegaram em armas, sublevaram-se. 13 elevar (edifícios, montanhas). 14 encher (rio, mar). 15 originar, começar. 16 animar-se, criar ânimo. her spirit rose / ela ficou alegre, animou-se. 17. vir à mente. it rose to my mind / veio-me à mente. 18 aumentar, intensificar-se, acentuar-se. 19 aclamar, aplaudir. the house rose at the actress / a artista foi aplaudida calorosamente. 20 esforçar-se para enfrentar. on the rise em alta. rise in (of) prices aumento de preços. she got a rise out of me ela me irritou. she rose to her feet ela levantou-se, ficou de pé. they rose to the bait morderam a isca. to give rise to originar, produzir, ocasionar, causar. to rise upon the view surgir, aparecer. we rose to the occasion mostramo-nos à altura da situação.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > rise

  • 7 rise

    interj. ayağa kalkın, herkes ayağa kalksın
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    n. yükseliş, yükselme, doğuş (güneş), çıkma, dirilme, artış, terfi, kaynak, bahane, neden, tepe, yükselti, tümsek, yükseklik, katılma, eklenme
    ————————
    v. kalkmak, ayağa kalkmak, kabarmak, doğmak, yükselmek, havalanmak, yukarı kalkmak, şiddetlenmek, artmak, çıkmak, doğmak (güneş), terfi etmek, görünmek, yükseltmek
    * * *
    1. yüksel (v.) 2. artış (n.) 3. yüksel
    * * *
    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) yükselmek, artmak, kabarmak
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) kalkmak, yükselmek
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) yataktan kalkmak
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) ayağa kalkmak
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) doğmak, yükselmek
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) yükselmek
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) ayaklanmak, isyan etmek
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) yükselmek, terfi etmek
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) doğmak, çıkmak
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) şiddetlenmek
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) yükselmek
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) dirilmek
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) yükselme, artış
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) zam
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) tepe, yokuş, bayır
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) yükselme
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) yükselen; artan; yeni yetişen
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Turkish dictionary > rise

  • 8 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) (na)rasti, dvigniti se
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) dvigati se
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) vstati
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) vstati
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) dvigati se
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) dvigati se
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) dvigniti se
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) povzpeti se
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) izvirati
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) dvigati se
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) dvigati se
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) vstati od mrtvih
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) vzpon
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) povišanje
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) vzpetina
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) vzpon
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) vzhajajoč, naraščajoč
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    I [ráiz]
    noun
    dvig, dviganje, vzpon, vzpenjanje; (o zvezdi, Soncu) vzhajanje, vzhod; theatre dvig(anje) zastora; religion vstajenje (od mrtvih); prijem (ribe za vabo); nastop, pojavitev; porast, naraščanje (vode); vzpetina, grič, višina; višina ( of a tower stolpa); višina (stopnice, stopnišča); povečanje, prirastek ( in population v prebivalstvu); music zvišanje (glasu); dvig, porast, skok ( of prices cen); hausse; dodatek, povišanje (plače); izboljšanje življenja; napredovanje; povod, vzrok, začetek, izvor, vir; slang škodoželjna šala (poniževalna za premaganca)
    gentle rise — blaga, položna vzpetina
    to ask for a rise of salary — prositi, zahtevati povišanje plače
    to buy for a rise economy špekulirati na hausse
    to get (to take) a rise out of s.o. — razdražiti, razjariti, razkačiti, razburiti koga
    to give rise to — povzročiti, dati povod čemu, privesti do česa, roditi kaj
    to have (to take) one's rise (in, from) — izvirati v, imeti svoj izvor v, prihajati iz
    II [ráiz]
    intransitive verb
    vsta(ja)ti; vzhajati, vziti; dvigniti se; dvigati se, vzpenjati se; (na)rasti; upreti se, spuntati se, nasprotovati (against, on čemu); (o ceni) rasti, skakati; (o glasu) rasti; postati močnejši, povečati se; (o laseh) ježiti se; (o ribi) priplavati iz globine, da bi ugriznila v vabo; theatre dvigniti se (zastor); (o zgradbah) dvigati se, moleti, štrleti v višino; postati viden, pokazati se, pojaviti se, nastopiti, nastati; porajati se; izvirati; parliament odložiti se, odgoditi se, zaključiti se (o seji, zasedanju)
    rising ground — vzpetina, strmina
    to rise in arms — upreti se z orožjem, zgrabiti za orožje, dvigniti se
    to rise from the dead religion vstati od mrtvih
    to rise to the occasion (to a difficulty) — biti kos, biti dorasel položaju (težavi)
    to rise in rebellion — upreti se, pobuniti se, spuntati se
    to rise in the world — družbeno napredovati, napraviti kariero; uspeti v življenju
    the fish rose to the bait — riba je ugriznila v vabo, je prijela
    where does the Danube rise?kje izvira Donava?
    on what day does Parliament rise?kdaj se zaključi zasedanje parlamenta?
    my gorge rises to this sight — vzdiguje se mi (za bruhanje) ob tem pogledu, pogled na to mi zbuja gnus
    the river rises from a spring in the mountains — reka izvira v (nekem) gorskem studencu; transitive verb pustiti (koga, kaj) vstati; dvigniti, prinesti na površino; zagledati

    English-Slovenian dictionary > rise

  • 9 rise

    • ojentautua
    • palkankorotus
    • paisua
    • saada alkunsa
    • nostaa
    • nousta
    • nousu
    • nousukohta
    • nostatus
    • nosto
    • ilmaantua
    • vastamäki
    • virkaylennys
    • elpyminen
    • enetä
    • aiheutua
    • alku
    • töyräs
    • pörhistyä
    • kapinoida
    • kasvaa
    • kohoama
    • kohoaminen
    • kohentua
    • kohoutuma
    • kiivetä
    • kohota
    • kohottautua
    • kohouma
    • kohotus
    • lisääntyä
    • lisääntyminen
    finance, business, economy
    • kallistua (hinta)
    • kallistua
    • kallistua(talous)
    • kallistuminen
    • kajastaa
    • mäki
    • menestyä
    • syntyä
    • synty
    • ylennys
    • yletä
    • ylämäki
    • kummuta
    • kukkula
    • korotus
    • lähde
    • lopettaa istunto
    * * *
    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) nousta
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) nousta
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) nousta
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) nousta seisomaan
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) nousta
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) nousta
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) nousta
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) yletä
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) alkaa
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) nousta
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) kohota
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) nousta ylös
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) nousu
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) palkankorotus
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) mäki
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) nousu
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) nouseva
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Finnish dictionary > rise

  • 10 rise

    I [raɪz]
    1) (increase) (in amount, number) crescita f. (in di); (in inflation) crescita f., salita f. (in di); (in rates, prices) aumento m., rialzo m., incremento m. (in di); (in pressure, temperature) aumento m. (in di); (in standards) miglioramento m. (in di)
    2) BE (anche pay

    rise —, wage

    rise —) aumento m. salariale, di stipendio

    3) (progress) (of person) ascesa f.; (of company, empire) ascesa f., progresso m.; (of ideology) affermazione f.
    4) (slope) salita f.
    5) (hill) collina f., altura f.
    6) fig.

    to give rise todare origine o adito a [rumours, speculation]; suscitare [resentment, frustration]; causare [problem, unemployment]

    ••

    to get a rise out of sb. — colloq. fare uscire qcn. dai gangheri

    II [raɪz]
    verbo intransitivo (pass. rose; p.pass. risen)
    1) (become higher) [ water] salire (di livello); [price, temperature] aumentare, salire; [ voice] alzarsi

    to rise above — [temperature, amount] superare

    2) fig. (intensify) [ pressure] aumentare; [ tension] salire; [frustration, hopes] crescere
    3) (get up) [ person] alzarsi; (after falling) tirarsi su, rialzarsi

    "rise and shine!" — "sveglia!"

    to rise toessere o mostrarsi all'altezza di [occasion, challenge]

    5) (progress) [ person] fare carriera, farsi una posizione

    to rise to — diventare [director, manager]

    6) (slope upwards) [ road] salire; [ cliff] elevarsi, ergersi
    7) (appear over horizon) [sun, moon] sorgere, spuntare
    8) geogr. (have source)

    to rise in — [ river] nascere in [ area]

    9) gastr. [ cake] lievitare
    10) amm. pol. [committee, parliament] sciogliersi, sospendere la seduta
    * * *
    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) aumentare; alzarsi; crescere
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) alzarsi
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) alzarsi
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) alzarsi
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) sorgere
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) ergersi; salire, alzarsi
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) sollevarsi, ribellarsi
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) elevarsi
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) sorgere, nascere
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) alzarsi
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) sorgere, spuntare, nascere
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) risuscitare
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) ascesa, salita
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) aumento
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) altura
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) nascita
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) crescente, nascente
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    I [raɪz]
    1) (increase) (in amount, number) crescita f. (in di); (in inflation) crescita f., salita f. (in di); (in rates, prices) aumento m., rialzo m., incremento m. (in di); (in pressure, temperature) aumento m. (in di); (in standards) miglioramento m. (in di)
    2) BE (anche pay

    rise —, wage

    rise —) aumento m. salariale, di stipendio

    3) (progress) (of person) ascesa f.; (of company, empire) ascesa f., progresso m.; (of ideology) affermazione f.
    4) (slope) salita f.
    5) (hill) collina f., altura f.
    6) fig.

    to give rise todare origine o adito a [rumours, speculation]; suscitare [resentment, frustration]; causare [problem, unemployment]

    ••

    to get a rise out of sb. — colloq. fare uscire qcn. dai gangheri

    II [raɪz]
    verbo intransitivo (pass. rose; p.pass. risen)
    1) (become higher) [ water] salire (di livello); [price, temperature] aumentare, salire; [ voice] alzarsi

    to rise above — [temperature, amount] superare

    2) fig. (intensify) [ pressure] aumentare; [ tension] salire; [frustration, hopes] crescere
    3) (get up) [ person] alzarsi; (after falling) tirarsi su, rialzarsi

    "rise and shine!" — "sveglia!"

    to rise toessere o mostrarsi all'altezza di [occasion, challenge]

    5) (progress) [ person] fare carriera, farsi una posizione

    to rise to — diventare [director, manager]

    6) (slope upwards) [ road] salire; [ cliff] elevarsi, ergersi
    7) (appear over horizon) [sun, moon] sorgere, spuntare
    8) geogr. (have source)

    to rise in — [ river] nascere in [ area]

    9) gastr. [ cake] lievitare
    10) amm. pol. [committee, parliament] sciogliersi, sospendere la seduta

    English-Italian dictionary > rise

  • 11 rise

    1. noun
    1) (going up) (of sun etc.) Aufgang, der; (Theatre): (of curtain) Aufgehen, das; (advancement) Aufstieg, der
    2) (emergence) Aufkommen, das
    3) (increase) (in value, price, cost) Steigerung, die; (St. Exch.): (in shares) Hausse, die; (in population, temperature) Zunahme, die
    4) (Brit.)

    [pay] rise — (in wages) Lohnerhöhung, die; (in salary) Gehaltserhöhung, die

    5) (hill) Anhöhe, die; Erhebung, die
    6) (origin) Ursprung, der

    give rise to — führen zu; [Ereignis:] Anlass geben zu [Spekulation]

    7)

    get or take a rise out of somebody — (fig.): (make fun of) sich über jemanden lustig machen

    2. intransitive verb,
    1) (go up) aufsteigen

    rise [up] into the air — [Rauch:] aufsteigen, in die Höhe steigen; [Ballon, Vogel, Flugzeug:] sich in die Luft erheben

    2) (come up) [Sonne, Mond:] aufgehen; [Blase:] aufsteigen
    3) (reach higher level) steigen; [Stimme:] höher werden
    4) (extend upward) aufragen; sich erheben; [Weg, Straße:] ansteigen

    rise to 2,000 metres — [Berg:] 2 000 m hoch aufragen

    5) (advance) [Person:] aufsteigen, aufrücken

    rise in the worldvoran- od. weiterkommen

    6) (increase) steigen; [Stimme:] lauter werden; [Wind, Sturm:] auffrischen, stärker werden
    7) (Cookery) [Teig, Kuchen:] aufgehen
    8) [Stimmung, Moral:] steigen
    9) (come to surface) [Fisch:] steigen

    rise to the bait(fig.) sich ködern lassen (ugs.)

    10) (Theatre) [Vorhang:] aufgehen, sich heben
    11) (rebel, cease to be quiet) [Person:] aufbegehren (geh.), sich erheben
    12) (get up)

    rise [to one's feet] — aufstehen

    rise on its hind legs[Pferd:] steigen

    13) (adjourn) [Parlament:] in die Ferien gehen, die Sitzungsperiode beenden; (end a session) die Sitzung beenden
    14) (come to life again) auferstehen
    15) (have origin) [Fluss:] entspringen
    Phrasal Verbs:
    - academic.ru/109581/rise_to">rise to
    * * *
    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) steigen
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) hochsteigen
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) aufstehen
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) aufstehen
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) aufgehen
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) aussteigen
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) sich erheben
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) aufsteigen
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) entstehen
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) aufkommen
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) entstehen
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) auferstehen
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) das Steigen
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) die Erhöhung
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) die Steigung
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) der Aufstieg
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) steigend
    - early
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    [raɪz]
    I. n
    1. (upward movement) of theatre curtain Hochgehen nt kein pl, Heben nt kein pl; of the sun Aufgehen nt kein pl
    2. (in fishing) Steigen nt kein pl
    3. MUS of a pitch, sound Erhöhung f
    4. (in society) Aufstieg m
    \rise to power Aufstieg m an die Macht
    meteoric \rise kometenhafter Aufstieg
    5. (hill) Anhöhe f, Erhebung f; (in a road) [Straßen]kuppe f
    6. (height) of an arch, incline, step Höhe f; (in trousers) Schritt m
    7. (increase) Anstieg m kein pl, Steigen nt kein pl
    the team's winning streak has triggered a \rise in attendance die Erfolgsserie der Mannschaft hat die Zuschauerzahlen ansteigen lassen
    [pay] \rise BRIT Gehaltserhöhung f, Lohnerhöhung f
    temperature \rise Temperaturanstieg m
    \rise in costs Kostenanstieg m
    \rise in interest rates Zinsanstieg m
    \rise in volume COMM Umsatzzunahme f
    to be on the \rise im Steigen begriffen sein
    inflation is on the \rise die Inflation steigt
    8. (origin) of a brook Ursprung m
    the river Cam has its \rise in a place called Ashwell der Fluss Cam entspringt an einem Ort namens Ashwell
    9.
    to get [or take] a \rise out of sb ( fam) jdn [total] auf die Palme bringen fam
    to give \rise to sth etw verursachen, Anlass zu etw akk geben
    to give \rise to a question eine Frage aufwerfen
    II. vi
    <rose, risen>
    1. (ascend) steigen; curtain aufgehen, hochgehen
    the curtain is rising der Vorhang geht auf [o hebt sich
    2. (become visible) moon, sun aufgehen
    3. (move towards water surface) fish an die Oberfläche kommen
    5. (improve position) aufsteigen
    to \rise to fame berühmt werden
    to \rise in the hierarchy in der Hierarchie aufsteigen
    to \rise in the ranks im Rang steigen
    to \rise through the ranks befördert werden
    to \rise in sb's esteem in jds Ansehen steigen
    6. (from a chair) sich akk erheben; LAW
    all \rise bitte erheben Sie sich
    7. (get out of bed) aufstehen
    8. esp BRIT ( form: adjourn) enden, schließen
    the meeting rose at 6p.m. die Besprechung endete um 18.00 Uhr
    9. (be reborn) auferstehen
    to \rise from the dead von den Toten auferstehen
    to \rise again wiederauferstehen
    10. (blow) wind aufkommen
    they noticed that the wind was rising sie bemerkten, dass der Wind stärker wurde
    11. (originate) river entspringen
    12. (rebel) sich akk auflehnen
    to \rise against sb/sth sich akk gegen jdn/etw auflehnen
    13. (incline upwards) ground ansteigen
    14. (be higher than surroundings) sich akk erheben
    the mountains \rise above the woods die Berge ragen über den Wäldern empor
    15. (stand on end) hair zu Berge stehen
    his hair rose ihm standen die Haare zu Berge
    we were impressed by the skyscrapers rising above the plain wir waren beeindruckt von den Wolkenkratzern, die sich über der Ebene erhoben
    17. FOOD yeast, dough aufgehen
    18. (appear) blister, bump, weal sich akk bilden
    19. (get nauseated) stomach sich akk umdrehen [o heben
    20. (increase) [an]steigen; (in height) river, sea steigen
    house prices have \risen sharply die Immobilienpreise sind stark gestiegen
    21. of emotion sich akk erhitzen
    tempers were rising at the meeting die Gemüter erhitzten sich auf der Besprechung
    he felt panic \rise in him er fühlte Panik in sich aufsteigen
    22. (become louder) voice lauter werden, sich akk erheben
    murmurs of disapproval rose from the crowd die Menge ließ ein missbilligendes Gemurmel hören
    23. mood, spirit steigen
    my spirits \rise whenever I think of my next holiday immer wenn ich an meinen nächsten Urlaub denke, steigt meine Laune
    24. barometer, thermometer steigen
    25.
    to \rise to the bait anbeißen
    they offered a good salary, but I didn't \rise to the bait sie boten mir ein gutes Gehalt an, aber ich habe mich nicht ködern lassen
    \rise and shine! aufstehen!, los, raus aus den Federn!
    * * *
    [raɪz] vb: pret rose, ptp risen
    1. n
    1) (= increase) (in sth etw gen) (in temperature, pressure, of tide, river) Anstieg m, Steigen nt no pl; (in number) Zunahme f; (in prices, bank rate) Steigerung f, Anstieg m; (ST EX) Aufschwung m
    2) (= upward movement of theatre curtain) Hochgehen nt, Heben nt; (of sun) Aufgehen nt; (MUS in pitch) Erhöhung f (
    in +gen (fig, to fame, power etc) Aufstieg m (to zu)

    the rise of the working classes —

    3) (= small hill) Erhebung f; (= slope) Steigung f
    4) (= origin of river) Ursprung m

    to give rise to sth — etw verursachen; to questions etw aufwerfen; to complaints Anlass zu etw geben; to speculation zu etw führen; to hopes, fears etw aufkommen lassen

    2. vi
    1) (= get up) (from sitting, lying) aufstehen, sich erheben (geh), um zu gehen

    to rise from the table to rise in the saddle — vom Tisch aufstehen, sich vom Tisch erheben (geh) sich im Sattel heben

    he rose from his sickbed to go and see her — er verließ sein Krankenlager, um sie zu sehen

    rise and shine! (inf)raus aus den Federn! (inf)

    2) (= go up) steigen; (smoke, mist etc) (auf)steigen, emporsteigen; (prices, temperature, pressure etc) (an)steigen (to auf +acc); (balloon, aircraft, bird) (auf)steigen, sich heben (geh); (lift) hochfahren, nach oben fahren; (theatre curtain) hochgehen, sich heben; (sun, moon, bread, dough) aufgehen; (wind, storm) aufkommen, sich erheben; (voice, in volume) sich erheben; (in pitch) höher werden; (swimmer, fish) hochkommen; (new buildings) entstehen; (fig, hopes) steigen; (anger) wachsen, zunehmen; (stomach) sich heben

    he won't rise to any of your taunts —

    I can't rise to £100 — ich kann nicht bis £ 100 gehen

    his voice rose to screaming pitchseine Stimme wurde kreischend or schrill

    3) (ground) ansteigen; (mountains, hills, castle) sich erheben

    the mountain rises to 5,000 feet —

    where the hills rise against the skywo sich die Berge gegen den Himmel abheben

    4) (fig

    in society, rank) to rise in the world — es zu etwas bringen

    to rise from nothingsich aus dem Nichts empor- or hocharbeiten

    he rose to be President/a captain — er stieg zum Präsidenten/Kapitän auf

    See:
    rank
    5) (= adjourn assembly) auseinandergehen; (meeting) beendet sein
    6) (= originate river) entspringen
    7) (= revolt people) sich empören, sich erheben; (= rebel one's soul etc) sich empören

    to rise (up) in anger (at sth) (people) — sich (gegen etw) empören; (soul, inner being etc) sich (gegen etw) auflehnen/zornig empören

    * * *
    rise [raız]
    A v/i prät rose [rəʊz], pperf risen [ˈrızn]
    1. sich erheben, aufstehen ( from von):
    rise and shine! umg raus aus den Federn!
    2. a) aufbrechen
    b) die Sitzung schließen, sich vertagen
    3. auf-, hoch-, emporsteigen (Vogel, Rauch, Geruch etc; auch fig Gedanke, Zorn etc):
    the curtain rises THEAT der Vorhang geht hoch;
    a) die Röte stieg ihr ins Gesicht,
    b) ihre Wangen röteten sich (an der Luft etc);
    a) an die Oberfläche kommen (Fisch etc), auftauchen (U-Boot),
    b) fig ans Tageslicht oder zum Vorschein kommen;
    his hair rose die Haare standen ihm zu Berge oder sträubten sich ihm;
    land rises to view SCHIFF Land kommt in Sicht;
    the spirits rose die Stimmung hob sich;
    the word rose to her lips das Wort kam ihr auf die Lippen
    4. REL (von den Toten) auferstehen
    5. emporsteigen, dämmern (Morgen)
    6. ASTRON aufgehen (Sonne etc)
    7. ansteigen, bergan gehen (Weg etc)
    8. (an)steigen (by um) (Fieber, Fluss, Preise etc):
    the barometer ( oder glass) has risen das Barometer ist gestiegen;
    rise in sb’s esteem in jemandes Achtung steigen
    9. sich erheben, emporragen:
    the tower rises to a height of 80 yards der Turm erreicht eine Höhe von 80 Yards
    10. steigen, sich bäumen (Pferd):
    rise to a fence zum Sprung über ein Hindernis ansetzen
    11. aufgehen (Saat, auch Hefeteig)
    12. sich bilden (on auf dat) (Blasen etc)
    13. sich erheben, aufkommen (Wind, Sturm, Unruhe, Streit etc)
    14. auch rise in rebellion sich erheben, revoltieren, aufstehen:
    my stomach rises against this mein Magen sträubt sich dagegen, a. fig es ekelt mich an; arm2 Bes Redew
    15. entstehen, -springen:
    the river rises from a spring in the mountains der Fluss entspringt aus einer Bergquelle;
    their argument rose from ( oder out of) a misunderstanding ihr Streit entsprang (aus) einem Missverständnis
    16. fig sich erheben:
    a) erhaben sein ( above über akk): crowd1 A 2
    b) sich emporschwingen (Geist):
    rise above mediocrity über das Mittelmaß hinausragen; occasion A 4
    rise to a higher rank aufsteigen, befördert werden;
    rise in the world vorwärtskommen, es zu etwas bringen
    18. (an)wachsen, sich steigern:
    the wind rose der Wind nahm zu;
    his courage rose sein Mut wuchs
    19. MUS etc (an)steigen, anschwellen (Ton), lauter werden (Stimme)
    B v/t
    a) aufsteigen lassen, einen Fisch an die Oberfläche bringen
    b) aufsteigen sehen, auch SCHIFF ein Schiff sichten
    C s
    1. (Auf-, Hoch)Steigen n, Aufstieg m, THEAT Hochgehen n (des Vorhangs)
    2. ASTRON (Sonnen- etc) Aufgang m
    3. REL Auferstehung f (von den Toten)
    4. a) Auftauchen n
    b) Steigen n (des Fisches), Schnappen n (nach dem Köder):
    a) jemanden auf den Arm nehmen umg,
    b) jemanden auf die Palme bringen umg
    5. fig Aufstieg m:
    his rise to fame sein Aufstieg zum Ruhm;
    a young artist on the rise ein aufstrebender junger Künstler
    6. (An)Steigen n:
    a) Anschwellen n (eines Flusses, eines Tons etc)
    b) Anstieg m, Erhöhung f, Zunahme f:
    the rise in temperature der Temperaturanstieg;
    rise of (the) tide SCHIFF Tidenhub m;
    rise and fall Steigen und Fallen
    c) allg (An)Wachsen n, Steigerung f
    7. WIRTSCH
    a) (An)Steigen n, Anziehen n:
    rise in prices Preisanstieg m
    b) Börse: Aufschwung m, Hausse f
    c) besonders Br Aufbesserung f, Lohn-, Gehaltserhöhung f:
    on the rise im Steigen begriffen (Preise, Kurse);
    rise (of value) Wertsteigerung f;
    speculate for a rise auf Hausse oder à la hausse spekulieren; operate A 4 a
    8. Zuwachs m, Zunahme f:
    rise in population Bevölkerungszuwachs, -zunahme
    9. Ursprung m (einer Quelle oder fig), Entstehung f:
    take ( oder have) its rise entspringen, entstehen, seinen Ursprung nehmen
    10. fig Anlass m, Ursache f:
    a) verursachen, hervorrufen, führen zu,
    b) einen Verdacht etc aufkommen lassen, Anlass geben zu, erregen
    11. a) Steigung f (eines Geländes)
    b) Anhöhe f, Erhebung f
    12. Höhe f (eines Turmes etc)
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) (going up) (of sun etc.) Aufgang, der; (Theatre): (of curtain) Aufgehen, das; (advancement) Aufstieg, der
    2) (emergence) Aufkommen, das
    3) (increase) (in value, price, cost) Steigerung, die; (St. Exch.): (in shares) Hausse, die; (in population, temperature) Zunahme, die
    4) (Brit.)

    [pay] rise — (in wages) Lohnerhöhung, die; (in salary) Gehaltserhöhung, die

    5) (hill) Anhöhe, die; Erhebung, die
    6) (origin) Ursprung, der

    give rise to — führen zu; [Ereignis:] Anlass geben zu [Spekulation]

    7)

    get or take a rise out of somebody — (fig.): (make fun of) sich über jemanden lustig machen

    2. intransitive verb,
    1) (go up) aufsteigen

    rise [up] into the air — [Rauch:] aufsteigen, in die Höhe steigen; [Ballon, Vogel, Flugzeug:] sich in die Luft erheben

    2) (come up) [Sonne, Mond:] aufgehen; [Blase:] aufsteigen
    3) (reach higher level) steigen; [Stimme:] höher werden
    4) (extend upward) aufragen; sich erheben; [Weg, Straße:] ansteigen

    rise to 2,000 metres — [Berg:] 2 000 m hoch aufragen

    5) (advance) [Person:] aufsteigen, aufrücken

    rise in the worldvoran- od. weiterkommen

    6) (increase) steigen; [Stimme:] lauter werden; [Wind, Sturm:] auffrischen, stärker werden
    7) (Cookery) [Teig, Kuchen:] aufgehen
    8) [Stimmung, Moral:] steigen
    9) (come to surface) [Fisch:] steigen

    rise to the bait(fig.) sich ködern lassen (ugs.)

    10) (Theatre) [Vorhang:] aufgehen, sich heben
    11) (rebel, cease to be quiet) [Person:] aufbegehren (geh.), sich erheben

    rise [to one's feet] — aufstehen

    rise on its hind legs[Pferd:] steigen

    13) (adjourn) [Parlament:] in die Ferien gehen, die Sitzungsperiode beenden; (end a session) die Sitzung beenden
    14) (come to life again) auferstehen
    15) (have origin) [Fluss:] entspringen
    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    (in rates) n.
    Kursanstieg m. (increase) time n.
    Anstiegszeit f. n.
    Anstieg -e m.
    Aufgang -¨e m.
    Aufschwung m.
    Steigen - n. (above) v.
    herausragen (über) v. (advance) to the position of expr.
    avancieren zu v. v.
    (§ p.,p.p.: rose, risen)
    = anschwellen v.
    ansteigen v.
    anwachsen v.
    aufgehen v.
    aufstehen v.
    aufsteigen v.
    emporsteigen v.
    entspringen v.
    entstehen v.
    sich erheben v.
    sichtbar werden ausdr.
    steigen v.
    (§ p.,pp.: stieg, ist gestiegen)

    English-german dictionary > rise

  • 12 rise

    [raɪz] 1. n
    ( incline) wzniesienie nt; ( BRIT) ( salary increase) podwyżka f; (in prices, temperature) wzrost m; ( fig)

    rise to powerdojście nt do władzy

    2. vi; pt rose, pp risen
    prices, numbers rosnąć, wzrastać (wzrosnąć perf); waters, voice, level podnosić się (podnieść się perf); sun, moon wschodzić (wzejść perf); wind przybierać (przybrać perf) na sile; sound wznosić się (wznieść się perf); (from bed, knees) wstawać (wstać perf); (also: rise up) tower, building wznosić się; ( rebel) powstawać (powstać perf)

    to give rise todiscussion, misunderstandings wywoływać (wywołać perf); ( life) dawać (dać perf) początek +dat

    to rise to the occasionstawać (stanąć perf) na wysokości zadania

    * * *
    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) rosnąć, podnosić się
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) wznosić się
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) wstawać
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) powstać
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) wschodzić
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) wznosić się
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) powstać
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) awansować
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) wypływać
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) podnieść się
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) wyrastać
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) zmartwychwstać
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) wyniesienie, zwyżka
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) podwyżka
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) wzniesienie
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) początki, rozkwit
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) wschodzący, rosnący, dorastający
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Polish dictionary > rise

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    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) []celties
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) []celties
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) celties
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) piecelties
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) []celties, aust; lēkt
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) slieties; iet augšup
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) sacelties
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) izvirzīties; tikt paaugstinātam (dienestā)
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) iztecēt; sākties
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) []celties
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) []celties, slieties
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) augšāmcelties
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) kāpums; celšanās
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) paaugstinājums; (algas) pielikums
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) []kalns
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) izcelšanās; pirmsākumi
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) uzlecošs; kāpjošs; augošs; jauns
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    paaugstinājums, pacēlums; pacelšanās; izvirzīšanās; paaugstinājums; lēkts; sākotne, sākums; izteka; uzpeldēšana; celties, kāpt; piecelties; uzlēkt; sacelties; tikt slēgtam, beigties; sākties, izcelties; izvirzīties; pieņemties; uzpeldēt; uzrūgt

    English-Latvian dictionary > rise

  • 14 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) (pa)kilti, (pa)didėti
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) (pa)kilti
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) atsikelti
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) atsistoti
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) tekėti
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) (iš)kilti
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) (su)kilti
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) pakilti
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) prasidėti, ištekėti
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) (pa)kilti
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) (iš)kilti
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) prisikelti
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) (iš)kilimas, (pa)didėjimas
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) algos pakėlimas
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) kalva
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) pradžia, ištakos
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) kylantis, augantis, tekantis
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > rise

  • 15 rise

    n. höjd, backe; stigning; höjning, tillväxt
    --------
    v. resa sig, stiga upp; förekomma
    * * *
    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) stiga, höja, öka, jäsa
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) stiga, lyfta, gå upp
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) stiga upp
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) ställa sig upp, resa sig
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) gå upp
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) resa (höja) sig
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) resa sig, göra uppror
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) stiga [], avancera
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) rinna upp
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) tillta, öka
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) uppföras
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) uppstå
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) uppgång, höjning, ökning
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) löneförhöjning
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) stigning, backe
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) uppkomst, upprinnelse
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) uppåtgående, stigande, uppväxande, kommande
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Swedish dictionary > rise

  • 16 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) stoupat
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) stoupat
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) vstávat
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) vstát
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) vycházet
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) zvedat se
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) povstat
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) povýšit
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) pramenit
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) zdvíhat se; sílit
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) vyrůst (budova), být postaven
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) vstát z mrtvých
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) vzestup
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) zvýšení (platu)
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) stoupání, návrší
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) počátek, vzestup
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) stoupající, nastupující, nadějný
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    • tyčit se
    • vzrůstat
    • vstal
    • vstát
    • vzestup
    • vzrůst
    • vstane
    • zvýšení
    • povstání
    • povstat
    • rise/rose/risen
    • stoupání
    • stoupat

    English-Czech dictionary > rise

  • 17 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) stúpať, vystupovať
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) stúpať
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) vstávať
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) vstať
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) vychádzať
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) dvíhať sa, vzpriamiť sa
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) povstať, vzbúriť sa
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) povýšiť
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) prameniť, začínať
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) dvíhať sa; silnieť
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) vyrastať
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) vstať z mŕtvych
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) vzostup
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) zvýšenie (platu)
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) návršie, kopec
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) počiatok, vzostup
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) vychádzajúci, stúpajúci, nastupujúci, nádejný
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion
    * * *
    • vstat
    • vdacne prijat
    • vzpriamit sa
    • vzchopit sa
    • vzniknút
    • vzdialenost od rozkroku p
    • vyvierat
    • vyplávat
    • vyplávanie k hladine
    • vzbúrit sa
    • vyjst
    • výstup
    • východ
    • vzostup
    • vyvýšenina
    • vyznamenat sa
    • vystupovat na hladinu
    • vznášat sa nahor
    • vykysnutie
    • vyskytnút sa
    • vzmáhat sa
    • vytiahnut sa
    • vzkriesenie
    • vynorit sa
    • výšinka
    • vychádzat
    • vyjst na obzor
    • zdvih
    • zdvíhat sa
    • zaciatok
    • zdroj
    • zbiehavost
    • zdraženie
    • zvýšenie hladiny
    • žriedlo
    • zosilnenie
    • zvýšenie
    • zosilnovanie
    • zvýšit sa
    • skoncit zasadanie
    • skocit na
    • stúpacia trubica
    • stúpnut
    • stúpat
    • stúpanie
    • stupnovat sa
    • stúpacka
    • urobit na povrchu
    • ukázat sa
    • ukázat sa schopný riešit
    • týcit sa
    • ukázat sa v práve
    • prihodit sa
    • prevyšovat
    • priplávat
    • prejavit nadšenie
    • prídavok
    • prilákat k hladine
    • dorást
    • dotiahnut
    • dosiahnut
    • íst nahor
    • kladne reagovat
    • kariéra
    • byt povznesený
    • cniet
    • pociatok
    • pahorok
    • plávat
    • postavit sa
    • pramenit
    • povýšenie
    • povstat
    • pôvod
    • pramen
    • postup
    • povzniest sa
    • kysnút
    • kopcek
    • kysnutie
    • malý kopec
    • naberat na intenzite
    • mohutniet
    • napriamit sa
    • naletiet
    • návršie
    • objavenie sa
    • odpovedat (niecomu)
    • nízky kopec
    • odmenit potleskom
    • objavit sa

    English-Slovak dictionary > rise

  • 18 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) a creşte, a se înălţa, a se umfla, a se ridica
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) a se ridica
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) a se trezi
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) a se ridica (în picioare)
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) a răsări
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) a se ridica
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) a se ridica (împotriva)
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) a ajunge
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) a izvorî
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) a în­cepe; a se înteţi
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) a fi construit
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) a învia
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) ascensiune, creştere
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) coastă; deal
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) înflorire
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.)
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) care răsare; în creştere; în formare; în as­cen­siune
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Romanian dictionary > rise

  • 19 rise

    1. past tense - rose; verb
    1) (to become greater, larger, higher etc; to increase: Food prices are still rising; His temperature rose; If the river rises much more, there will be a flood; Her voice rose to a scream; Bread rises when it is baked; His spirits rose at the good news.) ανεβαίνω, αυξάνομαι, υψώνομαι
    2) (to move upwards: Smoke was rising from the chimney; The birds rose into the air; The curtain rose to reveal an empty stage.) υψώνομαι
    3) (to get up from bed: He rises every morning at six o'clock.) σηκώνομαι
    4) (to stand up: The children all rose when the headmaster came in.) σηκώνομαι όρθιος
    5) ((of the sun etc) to appear above the horizon: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.) ανατέλλω
    6) (to slope upwards: Hills rose in the distance; The ground rises at this point.) υψώνομαι
    7) (to rebel: The people rose (up) in revolt against the dictator.) εξεγείρομαι
    8) (to move to a higher rank, a more important position etc: He rose to the rank of colonel.) ανέρχομαι
    9) ((of a river) to begin or appear: The Rhône rises in the Alps.) πηγάζω
    10) ((of wind) to begin; to become stronger: Don't go out in the boat - the wind has risen.) σηκώνομαι
    11) (to be built: Office blocks are rising all over the town.) ορθώνομαι
    12) (to come back to life: Jesus has risen.) ανασταίνομαι
    2. noun
    1) ((the) act of rising: He had a rapid rise to fame; a rise in prices.) ανύψωση, αύξηση
    2) (an increase in salary or wages: She asked her boss for a rise.) αύξηση
    3) (a slope or hill: The house is just beyond the next rise.) ύψωμα
    4) (the beginning and early development of something: the rise of the Roman Empire.) άνοδος, ανάπτυξη, ακμή
    3. adjective
    the rising sun; rising prices; the rising generation; a rising young politician.) ανατέλλων/ ανερχόμενος/ αυξανόμενος
    - late riser
    - give rise to
    - rise to the occasion

    English-Greek dictionary > rise

  • 20 advanced

    1. a выдвинутый вперёд, передовой

    advanced industries — передовые; современные отрасли

    2. a передовой, прогрессивный; развитой
    3. a далеко зашедший

    advanced stage of a disease — поздняя стадия заболевания; запущенная болезнь

    4. a обыкн. неодобр. отрицающий традиции; нонконформистский
    5. a немолодой
    6. a поздний
    7. a продвинутый; подготовленный, овладевший основами предмета

    advanced learner — хорошо подготовленный, продвинутый ученик

    8. a рассчитанный на подготовленных учащихся
    9. a выросший, возросший, увеличившийся
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. futuristic (adj.) ahead of its time; ahead of the times; futuristic; in advance; radical; unconventional
    2. highly evolved (adj.) excellent; exceptional; forward; highly evolved; lofty; peace-loving; precocious; well-developed
    3. liberal (adj.) broad; broad-minded; liberal; progressive; tolerant; wide
    4. old (adj.) aged; ancient; elderly; old; seasoned; senior; time-honored; time-honoured; venerable
    5. adduced (verb) adduced; alleged; cited; laid; offered; presented
    6. advanced (verb) advanced; elevated; encouraged; forwarded; fostered; furthered; jumped; preferred; promoted; raised; served; upgraded
    7. came (verb) came; come along; get along; got along/got along or gotten along; got on/got on or gotten on; marched; moved; proceeded; progressed
    8. loaned (verb) lent; loaned
    9. rose (verb) ascended; climbed; mounted; rose

    English-Russian base dictionary > advanced

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