rise 是什么意思

rise的中文意思是: 上升

rise例句大全

  1. I prefer low rise to high rise.

    我宁可选择矮房也不要高楼。

  2. The rise in prices nullified the rise in wages.

    物价的上涨抵消了工资的增加。

  3. temperature rise in fermentation, rapid temperature rise prevented in prior fermentation.

    发酵升温,前期发酵温度不能上升过快。

  4. At first he states four turning points in early History : the rise of hunting, the rise of plowing agriculture

    首先他提出了人类早期历史的四个转折点即渔猎活动的产生,农耕文化的起源,人工灌溉农业的开端以及游牧业的兴起。

  5. If wages rise, then the household share of national income must rise.

    如果工资上涨,那么国民收入中家庭所占的比重肯定也会上升。

  6. In dollar terms, Gartner expects a 3.9 % rise and Forrester a 3.3 % rise.

    按美元计算,高德纳预测的涨幅为3.9%,而弗雷斯特预测的涨幅则为3.3%。

  7. Mountains rise straight up.

    群山耸立。

  8. All rise, @ he buzzed .

    全体起立,他说到。

  9. The rise of China cannot be without the rise of China on the sea .

    中国的崛起离不开中国在海上的崛起。

  10. As administrative overheads rise.

    管理费用增加了。

  11. But what we have now is not a general price rise, it's only structural rise.

    但我们现在看到的不是一般的物价上涨,只是结构性上涨。

  12. Defines the transfer floor position between a higher rise group and a lower rise group.

    定义较高提升高度群和较低提升高度群之间的转换楼层位置。

  13. "It is obvious the rise in residents'income is outpaced by the CPI rise,"he said.

    “很明显,居民收入的增长速度超过了CPI的增长速度,”他说。

  14. "The rise in glucose consumption also mirrors the dramatic rise in hypertension,"the release said.

    “葡萄糖消耗量的上升也反映了高血压的急剧上升,”报告说。

  15. Cohabitation is on the rise.

    我们发现,年轻人同居的现象日益增多。

  16. You rise to the occasion ?

    你能出来应付局面吗?

  17. You make my temperature rise.

    你使我体温上升。

  18. An upward slope ; a rise.

    上升;坡度;上升的。

  19. Rise and shine, early birds .

    早起的鸟儿们,阳光普照了。

  20. Harris. don't bother to rise.

    哈里斯,不用麻烦了,不用起立。

  21. Electricity supply is still tight, in coal prices rise further market conditions, prices may still rise

    电力供给仍然偏紧,在煤炭价格进一步上涨的市场条件下,电价仍有可能上调。

  22. Great nations rise and decline.

    大国都经历了盛衰的过程。

  23. We live in the new high rise buildings surrounded by construction for even newer high rise buildings.

    我们居住在新矗立起来的高层建筑中,而这些建筑又被正在兴建的新的建筑所包围。

  24. The rise of more processing power and windowing systems on the desktop gave rise to client / server .

    处理能力的提升和桌面上的window系统的出现,逐渐把我们引向了客户机/服务器模式。

  25. They expected house prices to rise

    他们盼望着房价上升。

  26. The wind howls ; the waves rise.

    风啸浪涌。

  27. State-owned house rent will rise?

    公房租金还会涨多少?

  28. Mortgage delinquencies rise in second quarter.

    按揭拖欠现象在第二季度有所增加。

  29. The fall in price brings a fall in total expenditure, while the rise in quantity brings a rise.

    较低的价格令总支出下降;而入口数量上升则令总支出上升。

  30. The Mountain ranges rise and fall.

    山峦起伏。

  31. Early to bed, early to rise.

    早睡早起身体好。

  32. BLUE chips strategy with peaceful rise

    颜色文化&蓝色(英文)和平崛起中的蓝筹战略

  33. I would rise to the occasion.

    我会逐渐适应情况的。

  34. The rate of retail price rise. ;

    零售物价上涨。

  35. They irresponsibly allowed wages to rise.

    他们不负责任地允许涨工资。

  36. He is gunning for a rise.

    他在想方设法升职。

  37. The rise of Shiah in Lebanon

    黎巴嫩什叶派的崛起

  38. China's rise in the world of fashion mirrors its rise as an influential member of the global community

    中国在时尚界的崛起反映了中国作为全球社会有影响力的一员的崛起。

  39. Quaquaversal structure rise and Heze earthquake

    穹状隆起与菏泽地震

  40. Mountains rise abruptly ( over the plain ).

    群山崛起。

rise中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
上升;升高;升起
If something rises, it moves upwards.
  1. He watched the smoke rise from his cigarette...

    他注视着烟雾从香烟上升起。

  2. The powdery dust rose in a cloud around him.

    一团粉尘在他周围扬起。

2
站起来
When you rise, you stand up.
  1. Luther rose slowly from the chair...

    卢瑟慢慢地从椅子上站起来。

  2. He looked at Livy and Mark, who had risen to greet him.

    他看着站起来跟他打招呼的莉薇和马克。

3
起床
When you rise, you get out of bed.
  1. Tony had risen early and gone to the cottage to work.

    托尼很早就起来去小屋干活了。

4
(太阳、月亮)升起,升空
When the sun or moon rises, it appears in the sky.
  1. He wanted to be over the line of the ridge before the sun had risen.

    他想在太阳升起以前翻过山脊。

5
矗立;耸立
You can say that something rises when it appears as a large tall shape.
  1. The building rose before him, tall and stately...

    那座高大宏伟的建筑耸立在他面前。

  2. The towers rise out of a concrete podium.

    这些塔楼耸立在一个混凝土墩座上。

6
升高;上升;上涨
If the level of something such as the water in a river rises, it becomes higher.
  1. The waters continue to rise as more than 1,000 people are evacuated.

    水面持续上涨,已经有1,000多人被疏散了。

  2. ...the tides rise and fall.

    潮水时涨时落。

7
(地面)升高,变陡
If land rises, it slopes upwards.
  1. He looked up the slope of land that rose from the house...

    他抬头看了看屋后的斜坡。

  2. The ground begins to rise some 20 yards away...

    地面在20码开外的地方开始升高。

  3. The great house stood on rising ground.

    这座大房子建在一个斜坡上。

8
上坡;斜坡
A rise is an area of ground that slopes upwards.
  1. The pub itself was on a rise, commanding views across the countryside...

    酒吧本身就建在一个斜坡上,可以俯眺乡村风光。

  2. I climbed to the top of a rise overlooking the ramparts.

    我爬到了一个可以俯瞰护城墙的坡顶。

9
(数量)上升,增长,上涨
If an amount rises, it increases.
  1. Pre-tax profits rose from £842,000 to £1.82m...

    税前利润从84.2万英镑上升到了182万英镑。

  2. Tourist trips of all kinds in Britain rose by 10.5% between 1977 and 1987...

    英国各种旅游项目在1977至1987年间增多了10.5%。

  3. Exports in June rose 1.5% to a record $30.91 billion...

    6月份的出口额上升了1.5%,创下309.1亿美元的历史最高纪录。

  4. The number of business failures has risen...

    企业倒闭的数量增加了。

  5. The increase is needed to meet rising costs.

    因为成本增加,这种上调是必要的。

10
(数量的)上升,增长,上涨
A rise in the amount of something is an increase in it.
  1. ...the prospect of another rise in interest rates...

    利率可能会再次上涨

  2. Foreign nationals have begun leaving because of a sharp rise in violence.

    因为暴力活动的急剧增加,外国人已经开始离开这个国家。

11
(工资的)上涨,增加
A rise is an increase in your wages or your salary.
  1. He will get a pay rise of nearly £4,000.

    他的工资将会上涨将近4,000英镑。

12
(运动或活动的)兴起,抬头,高涨
The rise of a movement or activity is an increase in its popularity or influence.
  1. ...the rise of racism in America.

    美国种族主义的抬头

  2. ...the rise of home ownership.

    购房者的增多

13
(风力)加强,增强
If the wind rises, it becomes stronger.
  1. The wind was still rising, approach-ing a force nine gale.

    风力仍在增强,接近9级大风。

14
(声音)变大,提高
If a sound rises or if someone's voice rises, it becomes louder or higher.
  1. 'Bernard?' Her voice rose hysterically...

    “伯纳德?”她歇斯底里地提高了嗓门。

  2. His voice rose almost to a scream.

    他提高了嗓门,几乎在尖叫。

15
(声音)从…传来
If a sound rises from a group of people, it comes from them.
  1. There were low, muffled voices rising from the hallway.

    从走廊里隐约传来了低沉的说话声。

16
(感情)突然变得强烈,涌起
If an emotion rises in someone, they suddenly feel it very intensely so that it affects their behaviour.
  1. A tide of emotion rose and clouded his judgement...

    心头涌起一阵强烈的感情,模糊了他的判断力。

  2. The thought made anger rise in him and he went into a bar and had a double whisky.

    这个想法让他怒火直冒,于是他去了一家酒吧,要了双份的威士忌。

17
(因为生气、尴尬或兴奋)脸红,涨红脸
If your colour rises or if a blush rises in your cheeks, you turn red because you feel angry, embarrassed, or excited.
  1. Amy felt the colour rising in her cheeks at the thought.

    埃米一想到这件事,就觉得脸红。

18
起义;反抗;造反
When the people in a country rise, they try to defeat the government or army that is controlling them.
  1. The National Convention has promised armed support to any people who wish to rise against armed oppression.

    国民议会承诺向所有想要反抗武装压迫的人提供武装支持。

19
升职;升迁;地位提高;变得更成功
If someone rises to a higher position or status, they become more important, successful, or powerful.
  1. She is a strong woman who has risen to the top of a deeply sexist organisation...

    她是一个女强人,已经升至一个性别歧视意识根深蒂固的组织的最高层。

  2. From an unlikely background he has risen rapidly through the ranks of government.

    虽然没有什么背景,但他在政府中的地位仍然迅速提高。

20
升迁;日益成功;地位的提高
The rise of someone is the process by which they become more important, successful, or powerful.
  1. Haig's rise was fuelled by an all-consuming sense of patriotic duty...

    黑格非常强烈的爱国主义责任感使他的地位大大提高了。

  2. The group celebrated the regime's rise to power in 1979.

    这个集团庆祝该政府于1979年上台执政。

21
引起;使发生
If something gives rise to an event or situation, it causes that event or situation to happen.
  1. Low levels of choline in the body can give rise to high blood-pressure...

    体内胆碱水平过低会引起高血压。

  2. The picture gave rise to speculation that the three were still alive and being held captive.

    这张照片让人们猜测这3个人还活着,而且被囚禁起来了。

rise用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
增加
increase
2
(数量或水平的)增加,提高
an increase in an amount, a number or a level
3
这一行业已经感觉到了最近提价的影响。
The industry is feeling the effects of recent price rises.
4
失业人数急剧增长。
There has been a sharp rise in the number of people out of work.
5
加薪;工资增长
an increase in the money you are paid for the work you do
6
我打算要求加薪。
I'm going to ask for a rise.
7
对于给企业老板大幅度加薪,他提出了批评。
He criticized the huge pay rises awarded to industry bosses.
8
权力;重要性
in power/importance
9
(重要性、优势、权力等的)增强
the act of becoming more important, successful, powerful, etc.
10
法西斯主义在欧洲的兴起
the rise of fascism in Europe
11
英帝国的兴衰
the rise and fall of the British Empire
12
她的迅速掌权
her meteoric rise to power
13
上升
upward movement
14
上升
an upward movement
15
她看着他睡着时微微起伏的胸膛。
She watched the gentle rise and fall of his chest as he slept.
16
斜坡
sloping land
17
斜坡;小丘;小山
an area of land that slopes upwards
18
教堂建在一座小山顶上。
The church was built at the top of a small rise.
19
惹恼;故意激怒
to make sb react in an angry way by saying sth that you know will annoy them, especially as a joke
20
使发生(或存在)
to cause sth to happen or exist
21
这部小说的成功带来了一系列的续篇。
The novel's success gave rise to a number of sequels.
22
上升
move upwards
23
上升;攀升;提高;达到较高水平(或位置)
to come or go upwards; to reach a higher level or position
24
烟从烟囱里升起。
Smoke was rising from the chimney.
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河水上升了好几米。
The river has risen (by) several metres.
26
起身
get up
27
起床;起立;站起来
to get up from a lying, sitting or kneeling position
28
他习惯于早起。
He was accustomed to rising (= getting out of bed) early.
29
他们从餐桌旁站起身。
They rose from the table.
30
她站起身来。
She rose to her feet.
31
太阳;月亮
of sun/moon
32
升起
when the sun, moon, etc. rises , it appears above the horizon
33
太阳从东方升起。
The sun rises in the east.
34
结束会议
end meeting
35
一群人
of a group of people
36
休会;闭会;散会
to end a meeting
37
下议院于晚上10点钟散会。
The House (= members of the House of Commons) rose at 10 p.m.
38
增加
increase
39
(数量)增加,增长,提高
to increase in amount or number
40
不断增加的燃料费
rising fuel bills
41
煤气价格上涨了。
The price of gas rose.
42
煤气涨价了。
Gas rose in price .
43
失业人数增长了3%。
Unemployment rose (by) 3%.
44
空气污染已经超标。
Air pollution has risen above an acceptable level.
45
变得强大 / 重要
become powerful/important
46
变得更加成功(或重要、强大等)
to become more successful, important, powerful, etc.
47
崭露头角的年轻政治家
a rising young politician
48
她于20世纪70年代掌握了大权。
She rose to power in the 70s.
49
他升至将级军官。
He rose to the rank of general.
50
她从普通员工逐步晋升为总经理。
She rose through the ranks to become managing director.
51
声响
of sound
52
提高;增强
if a sound rises , it become louder and higher
53
她气得提高了嗓门。
Her voice rose angrily.
54
of wind
55
刮起来;刮得更猛
if the wind rises , it begins to blow more strongly
56
情感
of feeling
57
增强
if a feeling rises inside you, it begins and gets stronger
58
他心里直冒火。
He felt anger rising inside him.
59
听到这个消息,她高兴起来。
Her spirits rose (= she felt happier) at the news.
60
脸色
of your colour
61
脸红
if your colour rises , your face becomes pink or red with embarrassment
62
毛发
of hair
63
竖起;立起来
if hair rises , it stands vertical instead of lying flat
64
听到那尖叫声,我不禁毛骨悚然。
The hair on the back of my neck rose when I heard the scream.
65
战斗
fight
66
起义;反抗;奋起
to begin to fight against your ruler or government or against a foreign army
67
农民起来造反了。
The peasants rose in revolt.
68
他号召民众起来反抗入侵者。
He called on the people to rise up against the invaders.
69
变得可见
become visible
70
耸立;矗立;高出
to be or become visible above the surroundings
71
远处山峦叠起。
Mountains rose in the distance.
72
土地
of land
73
凸起;隆起
if land rises , it slopes upwards
74
这块地方四周都是陡坡。
The ground rose steeply all around.
75
河源
of beginning of river
76
起源;发源
a river rises where it begins to flow
77
泰晤士河起源于科茨沃尔德丘陵。
The Thames rises in the Cotswold hills.
78
面包;蛋糕
of bread/cakes
79
发酵
when bread, cakes, etc. rise , they swell because of the action of yeast or baking powder
80
死人
of dead person
81
复活;再生
to come to life again
82
复活
to rise from the dead
83
在旧政党的灰烬中会诞生出一个新的政党吗?
Can a new party rise from the ashes of the old one?
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(通常用来催促起床)
usually used in orders to tell sb to get out of bed and be active
85
感到烦心(或厌恶);作呕
somebody feels so angry about sth that they feel physically sick
86
激怒某人
to make sb angry
87
昂首挺胸地站立(以示决心或地位高)
to stand straight and tall in order to show your determination or high status
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克服(障碍);超越(限制);战胜(困难)
to not be affected or limited by problems, insults, etc.
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她有战胜自身残疾的勇气和决心。
She had the courage and determination to rise above her physical disability.
90
不为…所动;超脱
to be wise enough or morally good enough not to do sth wrong or not to think the same as other people
91
我尽力摆脱偏见。
I try to rise above prejudice.
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超群;出众;突出
to be of a higher standard than other things of a similar kind
93
他工作平平,很少有突出的表现。
His work rarely rises above the mediocre.
94
能够处理,有能力处理(突发情况、问题等)
to show that you are able to deal with an unexpected situation, problem, etc.
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幸好,我母亲挺身而出作了处置。
Luckily, my mother rose to the occasion .
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他决心克服困难迎接挑战。
He was determined to rise to the challenge .
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上当;上钩;进圈套
to react when sb is deliberately trying to make you angry or get you interested in sth
98
我拒绝对那样的评论作出反应。
I refuse to rise to that sort of comment.
99
我一提到钱,他就上钩了。
As soon as I mentioned money he rose to the bait .
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以上各词均含站立、直立、站起来之义。
These words all mean to be in an upright position with your weight on your feet, or to put yourself in this position.
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指站立、直立:
to be in an upright position with your weight on your feet
102
她虚弱得站都站不住。
She was too weak to stand.
103
我跟你说话,站着别动!
Stand still when I'm talking to you!
104
stand通常与副词或介词短语连用,表示站的地方或方式,但有时也与另一短语或从句连用,表明站着时在做某事:
Stand is usually used with an adverb or prepositional phrase to show where or how sb stands, but sometimes another phrase or clause is used to show what sb does while they are standing.
105
我们站着谈了几分钟。
We stood talking for a few minutes.
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他站着向大海望去。
He stood and looked out to sea.
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指从坐、跪或躺的姿势站起来:
to get into a standing position from a sitting, kneeling or lying position
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请不要站起来!
Please don't get up!
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指站立、起立:
to be in a standing position; to stand after sitting
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立正!
Stand up straight!
111
老师走进教室时大家都会起立。
Everyone would stand up when the teacher entered the classroom.
112
用stand、get up还是stand up?
stand, get up or stand up?
113
stand通常含站立、直立之义,但亦含站起来、起来之义。stand up用于上述两种意思均可,但其用法较受限制,主要用于指让某人站起来或某人只得站着(如没地方坐)。get up 是表达从坐着、跪着或躺着的姿势站起来、起立、起身最常用的方法;stand up 则几乎总是指从坐着的姿势,尤指从椅子上站起来:
Stand usually means ‘to be in a standing position’ but can also mean ‘to get into a standing position’. Stand up can be used with either of these meanings, but its use is more restricted: it is used especially when sb tells sb or a group of people to stand, or when sb has to stand up (for example, because there is nowhere to sit). Get up is the most frequent way of saying ‘get into a standing position’, and this can be from a sitting, kneeling or lying position; if you stand up , this is nearly always after sitting, especially on a chair.
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如果想礼貌地告诉某人不必从椅子上起来,用get up:
If you want to tell sb politely that they do not need to move from their chair, use get up .
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指从坐、跪或躺的姿势站起来:
( formal ) to get into a standing position from a sitting, kneeling or lying position
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请大家起立,欢迎我们的演讲嘉宾。
Would you all rise, please, to welcome our visiting speaker.
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指坐、跪或躺后站起来:
to stand up after sitting, kneeling or lying
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我扶着她让她站起来。
I helped her to get to her feet.
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指站着:
to be standing up
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我已经站了一整天。
I've been on my feet all day.
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动词
Verbs
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动词raise后必须接宾语,而rise不接宾语。raise表示举起、提起、提升、增加:
Raise is a verb that must have an object and rise is used without an object. When you raise something, you lift it to a higher position or increase it.
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他从枕头上抬起头来。
He raised his head from the pillow.
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我们被迫提价。
We were forced to raise the price.
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表示人或物从低处向高处上升用rise:
When people or things rise , they move from a lower to a higher position.
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她从椅子上站起来。
She rose from the chair.
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直升机升上了天空。
The helicopter rose into the air.
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rise亦表示数字上升或数量增加:
Rise can also mean ‘to increase in number or quantity’.
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费用总是不断地增加。
Costs are always rising.
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名词
Nouns
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名词rise表示上升、升起、(数量的)增加:
The noun rise means a movement upwards or an increase in an amount or quantity.
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利率的上升
a rise in interest rates
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在英国英语中亦可指工资的增加:
In BrE it can also be used to mean an increase in pay.
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我应要求老板增加工资吗?
Should I ask my boss for a rise?
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在北美英语中此义用raise表示:
In NAmE this is a raise .
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百分之三的加薪
a three per cent pay raise
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rise亦可表示地位提高:
Rise can also mean the process of becoming more powerful or important.
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他的突然掌权
his dramatic rise to power
rise英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
the act of changing location in an upward direction

近义词: ascent,ascension,ascending

2
increase in price or value
例子:
  1. the news caused a general advance on the stock market

近义词: advance

3
the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises

近义词: upgrade,rising slope

4
the amount a salary is increased
例子:
  1. he got a 3% raise
  2. he got a wage hike

近义词: raise,wage hike,hike,wage increase,salary increase

5
an increase in cost
例子:
  1. they asked for a 10% rise in rates

近义词: boost,hike,cost increase

6
a growth in strength or number or importance
7
(theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost
例子:
  1. the emanation of the Holy Spirit
  2. the rising of the Holy Ghost
  3. the doctrine of the procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son

近义词: emanation,procession

8
a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground

近义词: lift

9
a movement upward
例子:
  1. they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon

近义词: rising,ascent,ascension

10
an upward slope or grade (as in a road)
例子:
  1. the car couldn't make it up the rise

近义词: ascent,acclivity,raise,climb,upgrade

11
get up and out of bed
例子:
  1. I get up at 7 A.M. every day
  2. They rose early
  3. He uprose at night

近义词: get up,turn out,arise,uprise

12
return from the dead
例子:
  1. Christ is risen!
  2. The dead are to uprise

近义词: resurrect,uprise

13
increase in value or to a higher point
例子:
  1. prices climbed steeply
  2. the value of our house rose sharply last year

近义词: go up,climb

14
rise in rank or status
例子:
  1. Her new novel jumped high on the bestseller list

近义词: jump,climb up

15
become more extreme
例子:
  1. The tension heightened

近义词: heighten

16
go up or advance
例子:
  1. Sales were climbing after prices were lowered

近义词: wax,mount,climb

17
exert oneself to meet a challenge
例子:
  1. rise to a challenge
  2. rise to the occasion
18
become heartened or elated
例子:
  1. Her spirits rose when she heard the good news
19
move upward
例子:
  1. The fog lifted
  2. The smoke arose from the forest fire
  3. The mist uprose from the meadows

近义词: lift,arise,move up,go up,come up,uprise

20
move to a better position in life or to a better job
例子:
  1. She ascended from a life of poverty to one of grea

近义词: ascend,move up

21
come up, of celestial bodies
例子:
  1. The sun also rises
  2. The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled...
  3. Jupiter ascends

近义词: come up,uprise,ascend

22
increase in volume
例子:
  1. the dough rose slowly in the warm room

近义词: prove

23
rise to one's feet
例子:
  1. The audience got up and applauded

近义词: arise,uprise,get up,stand up

24
come to the surface

近义词: surface,come up,rise up

25
take part in a rebellion;renounce a former allegiance

近义词: rebel,arise,rise up

26
come into existence;take on form or shape
例子:
  1. A new religious movement originated in that country
  2. a love that sprang up from friendship
  3. the idea for the book grew out of a short story
  4. An interesting phenomenon uprose

近义词: originate,arise,develop,uprise,spring up,grow

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rise up
例子:
  1. The building rose before them

近义词: lift,rear