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rise British & World English

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

low-rise British & World English

(Of a building) having few storeys

rise time British & World English

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

high-rise British & World English

(Of a building) having many storeys

give rise to British & World English

Cause to happen

on the rise in rise British & World English

Becoming greater or more numerous; increasing

on the rise British & World English

Becoming greater or more numerous; increasing

rise to in rise British & World English

Find the strength or ability to respond adequately to (a challenging situation)

rise and shine in rise British & World English

Wake up and get out of bed promptly

rise and shine British & World English

Wake up and get out of bed promptly

rise to the bait in bait British & World English

React to a provocation or temptation exactly as intended

rise to the bait British & World English

React to a provocation or temptation exactly as intended

rise above in rise British & World English

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

rise like a rocket in rocket1 British & World English

Rise suddenly and dramatically (and subsequently fall in a similar manner)

rise like a rocket British & World English

Rise suddenly and dramatically (and subsequently fall in a similar manner)

rise with the sun in rise British & World English

Get up early in the morning

rise with the sun British & World English

Get up early in the morning

rise from the ashes in ash1 British & World English

Be renewed after destruction

rise from the ashes British & World English

Be renewed after destruction

rise to the occasion in occasion British & World English

Perform better than usual in response to a special situation or event

rise to the occasion British & World English

Perform better than usual in response to a special situation or event

rise through the ranks in rank1 British & World English

(Of a private or a non-commissioned officer) receive a commission

get a rise out of in rise British & World English

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

get a rise out of British & World English

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

meteoric British & World English

(Of the development of something) very rapid

rise through the ranks British & World English

(Of a private or a non-commissioned officer) receive a commission

make someone's hackles rise British & World English

Make someone angry or indignant

rise like a phoenix from the ashes in phoenix British & World English

Emerge renewed after apparent disaster or destruction

rise like a phoenix from the ashes British & World English

Emerge renewed after apparent disaster or destruction

rise English Thesaurus

the sun rose across the bay

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


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