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arise

US [əˈraɪz]
UK [ə'raɪz]
  • v.出现;发生;产生;起身
  • Web起来;起床;上升
Past Tense:arose  Past Participle:arisen  Simple Present:arises  Present Participle:arising  
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v.
1.
[i]
发生;产生;出现to happen; to start to exist
A new crisis has arisen.
新危机已经出现。
We keep them informed of any changes as they arise.
如有任何变化,我们随时通知他们。
Children should be disciplined when the need arises(= when it is necessary) .
必要时孩子应该受到管教。
A storm arose during the night.
夜间暴风雨大作。
2.
[i]
~ (out of/from sth)
(由…)引起;(因…)产生to happen as a result of a particular situation
injuries arising out of a road accident
道路交通事故造成的伤害
Emotional or mental problems can arise from a physical cause.
身体上的原因可以引起情绪或精神上的问题。
Are there any matters arising from the minutes of the last meeting?
根据上次会议记录,有没有什么新情况出现?
3.
[i]
出现;产生;发展to begin to exist or develop
Several new industries arose in the town.
城里出现了好几种新行业。
4.
[i]
起床;起立;起身to get out of bed; to stand up
He arose at dawn.
他黎明即起。
5.
[i]
~ (against sb/sth)
群起反对;奋起斗争to come together to protest about sth or to fight for sth
The peasants arose against their masters.
农民奋起反对奴役他们的人。
6.
[i]
(随着人走近而)逐渐显现to become visible gradually as you move towards it

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