Translation of raise in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (move upwards)(eyebrows)
subir(flag)they couldn't raise the wreck
izarno pudieron sacar a flote los restos del barcoto raise a cloud of dustlevantar una nube de polvohe raised his eyes from his booklevantó los ojos del librohe raised his hatse levantó el sombreroExample sentences1.2 (make higher)
- It is slowly raised upright, a careful job made more arduous by high heat and humidity.
- Squeeze with your glutes and hamstrings to push your hips forward and raise your torso back to the upright position.
- In 1990 the tree on which they grow was blown over by a cyclone - or the fringes of one - but we managed to raise it up again.
- Kim yelled from the platform as she raised her arms and closed her eyes.
- I didn't notice that the easel was on a platform raised seven inches above the ground.
- Lee tried to throw a punch at his nemesis, but couldn't raise his arm above the level of his belt.
- 2 2.1 (set upright) she bent down and gently raised him (up)se agachó y lo levantó con cuidadoLazarus was raised from the deadLázaro resucitó de entre los muertos2.2 (erect)Example sentences
- But what distinguishes the worst architect from the best of bees is this, that the architect raises his structure in imagination before he erects it in reality.
- By raising the mill structure, the work caused the River Sow to back up upstream leading to flooding in the southern part of the town.
- After the barn was raised, I built a cowshed and horse stall on the east side.
- 3 3.1 (increase) she raised her voice to meme levantó la vozI'll raise you $5te subo or (Mexico) reviro 5 dólares másto raise a number to a power (Mathematics)elevar un número a una potenciato raise the school-leaving ageextender la escolaridad obligatoria3.2 (improve, heighten)(standing/reputation)to raise quality standards
aumentarmejorar el nivel de calidaddon't raise his hopesno le des demasiadas esperanzasit raised my spiritsme levantó el ánimothat gesture raised him in my estimation
me animócon ese gesto subió en mi estimaExample sentences
- The increase comes amidst reports that all banks are set to raise interest rates after years of offering cheap credit.
- It is the fourth time the Bank has raised interest rates since November.
- Last week, both the United States Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank raised interest rates.
- 4 (promote)to raise somebody
tosomethingascender or elevar a alguienhe was raised to the peerage aalgole concedieron un título nobiliarioExample sentences
- Auchinleck's successful career in the Indian Army had, by 1939, raised him to the rank of maj-general.
- Thus by virtue of her humility she was raised to a higher rank.
- He deftly sidestepped the falls of Anne Boleyn and Thomas Cromwell and was raised to the peerage.
- 5 5.1(money/funds)we raised $20,000
recaudarrecaudamos 20.000 dólaresto raise a loan (against something)conseguir or obtener un préstamo (poniendo algo como garantía)to raise an invoicepreparar una factura5.2(army/supporters)
- Different student clubs within the community are planning events to raise funds and provide resources for the relief effort.
- The money raised by this collection was used to paint the corridors of the school.
- He had to sell part of the stamp collection to raise funds.
- 7(subject)there's a point I'd like to raise
sacarhay un asunto que quisiera mencionar or plantearto raise something
withsomebodyplantearle algothere are a couple of matters I want to raise with you aalguien
conalguienhay un par de asuntos que quisiera plantearle or que quisiera tratar con ustedExample sentences
- They raise serious doubts about her past and present conduct, and whether she should have been allowed to settle in Australia.
- There is nothing to forgive anyone for; no one need feel guilty about raising any doubts about the proposal.
- He raises some doubts about some of this information.
- 8 8.1 I was raised in Alabamacrecí or me crié en Alabama8.2(wheat/corn)they raise cattle
cultivarse dedican a la cría de ganadoExample sentences
- He now has no land to grow crops or raise cattle.
- In the wild, fruit trees are raised from seed, but when they are domesticated they need to be propagated by taking cuttings and grafting.
- Danish agriculture is so different, even though we raise the same crops and face the same challenges as the States.
- One of the strangest things that happens to you when you are raising a toddler is how the normally mundane things get you incredibly excited.
- A divorced woman raising a youngster is nearly three times more likely to file for bankruptcy than her single friend who never had children.
- Traditionally, the mother was the primary caregiver, but recently the father and other family members have been recognized as equally important in raising infants.
- 9 9.1 (by radio)ponerse en contacto con9.2 (Nautical)(land)
- I think at the time they probably salvaged the shell that was on board and they were hoping to perhaps raise the vessel and restore it and get it going again.
- Cousteau raised the vessel and had it transported to France to await restoration.
- Divers have been visiting the wreck for the first time since the main part of the ship was raised in 1982.
- Later that afternoon, I heard another climber raising his partners farther down the mountain on his two-way radio.
- She figured she was safe enough to try raising the prison, so she configured the radio and transmitted a hailing.
- He raised the U.S. Coast Guard on VHF radio but was unable to provide his coordinates.
- Joan is captured by York while raising demonic spirits.
- Even our closest allies in the US and UK were shocked and mortified, raising the ghost of the White Australia policy.
- Witches are thought to have the power to raise angry spirits, and the anger of a spirit may or may not be justified in the view of the affected family.
- 11 (cause to form)(blisters/bumps)
- 12 (bring to an end)(siege)
- In 1836 the British Legion helped raise the siege of San Sebastián, and regular Royal Marines arrived to garrison a nearby port.
- In May 1645 Prince Rupert captured Leicester, forcing the parliamentarians to raise the siege of Oxford.
- On the approach of the Frankish army he again raised the siege, but this time the Franks gave battle.
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