Traducción de arise en español:
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (past tense of/pasado de arose /əˈrəʊz/ past participle of/participio pasado de, arisen /əˈrɪzən/)
- 1 (occur) [difficulty/opportunity/problem] surgir*, presentarse the occasion never arose nunca surgió or se presentó la ocasión if the need arises si fuera necesario should the question arise si se plantea la cuestión to arise
fromo out ofsth surgir* (a raíz) dealgo the disagreement arose from a misunderstanding el desacuerdo surgió (a raíz) de un malentendidoExample sentences
- The review was undertaken by Mr Prasifka's office after a number of issues that had arisen since his original determination in early 2001.
- Having made the technical correction may I now explain how it arises under the original agreement?
- It is about correcting an unintended consequence that may have arisen out of the original drafting of the bill.
- Holders should be liable for damages arising from the loss of a card until the consumer notifies the issuer.
- It was a well attended meeting and what arose from it was the success of the youth discos over the year.
- The second is that very complex collective behaviours can arise from simple parts.
- 2 2.1 (rise up) [literary/literario] [wind] levantarse; [storm] desencadenarse, levantarse; [cry] alzarse* [literary/literario] 2.2 (get up) [archaic] levantarseExample sentences
- Glancing at Rick, Vivian arose and he stood chuckling and glancing at her mother in triumph.
- I arose on wobbly legs, stumbled to the board, and watched my life pass in front of me.
- His spine straightening as he arises, he takes the hand of the concertmaster and grasps it briefly.
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