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British English: /rʌɪz/
American English: /raɪz/

Translation of rise in Italian:


  • 2 (British English)
    also: pay rise wage rise
    aumento (masculine) salariale, di stipendio
  • 7 (Geography) (source) the river has its rise in…
    il fiume nasce in o da…
    to give rise to [figurative]
    dare origine a o dare adito a
    (rumours, speculation, suspicion)
    (happiness, resentment, frustration)
    (problem, increase, unemployment)

intransitive verb pass. rose p.pass. risen

  • 1 (become higher)
    (price, rate, number, temperature)
    to rise above
    (temperature, amount)
    his voice rose to a shout
    alzò la voce fino a gridare
    his voice rose in anger
    la rabbia gli fece alzare la voce
  • 3 (get up)
    (after falling)
    tirarsi su, rialzarsi
    to rise from the chair to rise from the dead “rise and shine!”
    “all rise” (Law)
    “in piedi, entra la corte!”
  • 6 (meet successfully) See examples:to rise to
    essere o mostrarsi all'altezza di
    (occasion, challenge)
  • 8 (slope upwards)
    (ground, road)
    (mountain, cliff)
    elevarsi, ergersi
    to rise to a height of
    elevarsi all'altezza di
  • 10 (Geography) (have source) See examples:to rise in (river)
    nascere in
  • 12 (Administration, Law, Politics)
    (committee, court, parliament)
    sciogliersi, sospendere la seduta
  • 13 (Fishing)
    venire in superficie (per cibarsi)


to get o take a rise out of somebody

fare uscire qualcuno dai gangheri

to rise to something

[informal] (react)
reagire a qualcosa

Phrasal verbs

rise above:

rise above [something] (overcome)
(problems, disagreements)
mostrarsi superiore a

rise up

1 (ascend)
alzarsi, salire
(bird, plane)
levarsi, alzarsi in volo
(smoke, steam)
(building, mountain)
ergersi, levarsi, innalzarsi
an office building rose up on the site of the old church a great shout rose up from the crowd
un grande urlo si alzò dalla folla
2 (rebel) [literary] (people, region, nation) to rise up in revolt

Definition of rise in:

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