Translation of elevate in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (promote)to elevate sth/sb
tosth to elevate sb to the peerage concederle a algn el título de lord/lady the archbishop was elevated to cardinal el arzobispo fue elevado a la dignidad de cardenal he's been elevated to the position of manager [humorous/humorístico] lo han ascendido a directorExample sentences1.2 (improve, uplift) [formal] [spirit] elevar to elevate the mind ser* edificante 1.3 (raise) [load/platform] elevar [formal], subir
- Saying nothing important is elevated to the level of a virtue.
- Having sung praises to this young man who is soon to be elevated to the Bench, I believe it's equally important to put his recent edicts under scrutiny.
- Fortunately, with the arrival of the Winter Games, hockey competition has once again been elevated to an international level.
- After a while I found I was able to lift my arms, elevate them slightly - both my arms, but it was very slow.
- Aaron raised an eyebrow and elevated his fingers again.
- Raise the bar by elevating your shoulders to just below ear level; at the same time bend and flare your elbows and immediately turn palms towards the floor.
- He recited the words of institution in German but not the Canon and failed to elevate the host and chalice, distributing them in both species immediately after the consecratory words.
- You will not find me poring over the General Instruction of the Roman Missal late at night, wondering if padre elevated the host high enough.
- In the National Gallery's Mass of Saint Giles, for example, the saint elevates the Host at the moment of consecration.
- The fact that both mortar and machine gun can be elevated to 71.5 degrees makes the system especially useful in MOUT.
- The demolition gun may be elevated or depressed for use at various ranges up to 925 meters and is coaxial mounted with a 7.62 mm machine gun.
- Switzerland produced its own tanks and in Sweden the highly original S-Tank appeared - an almost flat turretless tank destroyer which elevated and depressed its gun by adjusting its suspension.
- They are referred to as ‘bad cholesterol’ because they elevate blood cholesterol levels and risks for developing cardiovascular disease.
- High erythropoietin levels can elevate blood pressure either via a polycythemia/hyperviscosity mechanism or by direct pressor effects.
- The patient felt fine and ASW could find no source of an infection that could be elevating his glucose level; she wondered if the change was caused by progression of his cancer and declining pancreatic function.
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