rise lietuviškai

rise vertimas 1. v (rose; risen) 1) keltis, (pa)kilti, iškilti; patekėti (apie saulę); 2) sukilti;to rise in arms sukilti su ginklu rankose; 3) sustiprėti, padidėti, augti; 4) kilti, prasidėti; to rise to the occasionsugebėti susidoroti su reikalu;2. n 1) (iš)kilimas, (pa)kėlimas; 2) paaukštinimas; atlyginimo padidinimas; 3) kilmė, pradžia; 4) saulėtekis; to give rise to smth sukelti; to take/get a rise out of smbsukiršinti, įerzinti

  • rise to the occasion neapvilti, susidoroti
  • high-rise (adj.) daugiaaukštis
  • high-rise (n.) daugiaaukštis pastatas
  • high rise (n.) daugiaaukštis
  • pay rise (n.) atlyginimo didinimas
  • give rise to (v.) kelti, sukelti
  • rise up (v.) piestu stotis, baidytis, išnirti į paviršių, piestu stoti prieš, kilti, maištauti, sukilti
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (emergence) a growth in strength, number, or importance Type of: emergence
  • (motion) the act of changing location in an upward direction
  • (slope) an upward slope or grade (as in a road)
  • (change of location) a movement upward
  • (wage hike) the amount a salary is increased
  • (grade) the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises
  • (wave) a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground
  • (theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost
  • (boost) an increase in cost
  • (step-up) increase in price or value
  • (go) to move upward
  • (increase, value, higher) to increase in value or to a higher point
  • (change posture) to rise to one's feet
  • (look) to rise up
  • (surface) to come to the surface
  • (become) to come into existence; to take on form or shape
  • (move, better position) to move to a better position in life or to a better job
  • (wax) to go up or advance
  • (up) to become more extreme
  • (turn out) to get up and out of bed
  • (jump) to rise in rank or status
  • (emotion verb) to become heartened or elated
  • (undertake) to exert oneself to meet a challenge Type of: undertake
  • (protest) to take part in a rebellion; to renounce a former allegiance
  • (prove) to increase in volume
  • (astronomy) to come up, of celestial bodies
  • (return) to return from the dead

rise sinonimai flourish, prosperity, acclivity, advance, advancement, altitude, ascending, ascension, ascent, beginning, boom, boost, climb, commencement, cost increase, elevation, emanation, extension, gain, growth, hammock, headway, height, hike, hill, hillock, hummock, improvement, increase in wages, increment, knoll, lift, mound, origin, pay rise, procession, progress, progression, promotion, raise, rising, rising slope, salary raise, upgrade, upsurge, upswing, wage rise, augmentation, eminence, enlargement, increase, multiplication, hike, increment, salary increase, wage hike, wage increase, raise, get up, arise, be up in arms, climb, climb up, come up, deepen, develop, get out of bed, get up, go up, go upwards, grow, heighten, intensify, jump, lift, lift off, mount, move up, move upwards, originate, prove, raise, rear, rebel, resurrect, rise again, rise from the dead, rise from the grave, rise up, spring up, stand up, surface, take off, to kick over the traces, turn out, upraise, uprise, wax, ascend, get up, stand up, arise

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