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rise US English

Move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up

high-rise US English

(Of a building) having many stories

rise time US English

The time required for a pulse to rise from 10 percent to 90 percent of its steady value

low-rise US English

(Of a building) having few stories

give rise to US English

Cause or induce to happen

give rise to in give US English

Cause or induce to happen

on the rise in rise US English

Becoming greater or more numerous; increasing

on the rise US English

Becoming greater or more numerous; increasing

rise and shine in rise US English

Get out of bed smartly; wake up

rise and shine US English

Get out of bed smartly; wake up

rise to in rise US English

(Of a person) react with annoyance or argument to (provocation)

rise to the bait in bait US English

React to a provocation or temptation exactly as intended

rise to the bait US English

React to a provocation or temptation exactly as intended

rise above in rise US English

Succeed in not being limited or constrained by (a restrictive environment or situation)

rise with the sun in rise US English

Get up early in the morning

rise with the sun US English

Get up early in the morning

rise from the ashes in ash1 US English

Be renewed after destruction

rise from the ashes US English

Be renewed after destruction

make someone's hackles rise in hackle US English

Make someone angry or indignant

rise through the ranks in rank1 US English

(Of a private or a noncommissioned officer) receive a commission

get a rise out of in rise US English

Provoke an angry or irritated response from (someone), especially by teasing

get a rise out of US English

Provoke an angry or irritated response from (someone), especially by teasing

rise to the occasion in occasion US English

Perform very well in response to a special situation or event

rise to the occasion US English

Perform very well in response to a special situation or event

meteoric US English

(Of the development of something, especially a person’s career) very rapid

rise through the ranks US English

(Of a private or a noncommissioned officer) receive a commission

make someone's hackles rise US English

Make someone angry or indignant

rise like a phoenix from the ashes in phoenix US English

Emerge renewed after apparent disaster or destruction

rise like a phoenix from the ashes US English

Emerge renewed after apparent disaster or destruction

rise US Thesaurus

the sun rose

rise English-Spanish

subida f

high rise English-Spanish

torre f (de apartamentos orEsp pisos)

high-rise English-Spanish

alto, de muchas plantas

low-rise English-Spanish

de poca altura

rise to English-Spanish

to rise to the challenge

rise above English-Spanish

sobreponerse* a

rise and shine! in rise English-Spanish

¡vamos, arriba y a espabilarse!


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