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raise

US [reɪz]
UK [reɪz]
  • v.提升;增加;培养;举起
  • n.加薪;工资增长
  • Web提高;饲养;筹集
Simple Present:raises  Present Participle:raising  Past Tense:raised  
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v.
提升move upwards
1.
~ sth
提升;举起;提起to lift or move sth to a higher level
She raised the gun and fired.
她举枪射击。
He raised a hand in greeting.
他扬起手表示问候。
She raised her eyes from her work.
她停下工作,抬起头看了看。
2.
~ sth/sb/yourself (+ adv./prep.)
(使)直立,站立to move sth/sb/yourself to a vertical position
Somehow we managed to raise her to her feet.
不管怎样,我们终于让她站了起来。
He raised himself up on one elbow.
他用一只胳膊肘支起身子。
增加increase
3.
~ sth (to sth)
增加,提高(数量、水平等)to increase the amount or level of sth
to raise salaries/prices/taxes
提高薪水╱价格╱税金
They raised their offer to $500.
他们将出价抬高到 500 元。
How can we raise standards in schools?
我们怎样才能提高学校的水平?
Don't tell her about the job until you know for sure─we don't want to raise her hopes(= make her hope too much) .
没确定之前别告诉她工作的事,我们不想让她期望过高。
I've never heard him even raise his voice(= speak louder because he was angry) .
我甚至从没听到他提高过嗓门儿。
筹募钱财;征集人员collect money/people
4.
~ sth
筹募;征集;召集;组建to bring or collect money or people together; to manage to get or form sth
to raise a loan
筹集贷款
We are raising money for charity.
我们在进行慈善募捐。
He set about raising an army .
他着手组建一支部队。
提及主题mention subject
5.
~ sth
提及;提起(课题)to mention sth for people to discuss or sb to deal with
The book raises many important questions .
这本书谈到了许多重要问题。
I'm glad you raised the subject of money.
我很高兴你提到了钱这个话题。
引起cause
6.
~ sth
引起;导致;使出现to cause or produce sth; to make sth appear
to raise doubts in people's minds
引起人们的怀疑
The plans for the new development have raised angry protests from local residents.
新的开发计划惹得当地居民愤怒抗议。
It wasn't an easy audience but he raised a laugh with his joke.
虽然这些观众很难逗乐,但他的笑话还是引起了一阵笑声。
It had been a difficult day but she managed to raise a smile.
尽管这一天很不顺利,但她还是努力露出笑容。
The horses' hooves raised a cloud of dust.
马蹄翻飞,扬起一片尘土。
孩子;动物child/animal
7.
抚养;养育;培养to care for a child or young animal until it is able to take care of itself
They were both raised in the South.
他们俩都是在南方长大的。
kids raised on a diet of hamburgers
吃汉堡包长大的孩子
They raised her (as) a Catholic.
他们把她培养成为天主教徒。
I was born and raised a city boy.
我是个在都市里出生、长大的男孩。
牲畜;农作物farm animals/crops
8.
~ sth
饲养;培育;种植to breed particular farm animals; to grow particular crops
to raise cattle/corn
养牛;种植玉米
终止end sth
9.
~ sth
终止,解除(约束)to end a restriction on sb/sth
to raise a blockade/a ban/an embargo/a siege
解除封锁╱禁令╱禁运╱包围
无线电;电话on radio/phone
10.
~ sb
(通过无线电或电话)与…取得联系,和…通话to contact sb and speak to them by radio or telephone
We managed to raise him on his mobile phone.
我们打他的移动电话,总算找到了他。
死人dead person
11.
~ sb (from sth)
使起死回生;使复活to make sb who has died come to life again
Christians believe that God raised Jesus from the dead.
基督教徒相信上帝让耶稣死而复生。
纸牌游戏in card games
12.
~ sb sth
在(另一玩牌人)基础上加注to make a higher bet than another player in a card game
I'll raise you another hundred dollars.
我比你再加 100 元。
数学mathematics
13.
~ sth to the power of sth
使自乘(若干次)to multiply an amount by itself a particular number of times
3 raised to the power of 3 is 27 (= 3 × 3 × 3).
3 的三次方等于 27。
IDM
raise a/your hand against/to sb
打人;威胁要打人to hit or threaten to hit sb
The factory has raised the bar on productivity, food safety and quality.
工厂提高了在生产力、食品安全和质量方面的标准。
raise the bar
提高标准to set a new, higher standard of quality or performance
The factory has raised the bar on productivity, food safety and quality.
工厂提高了在生产力、食品安全和质量方面的标准。
Eyebrows were raised when he arrived without his wife.
他没有和妻子一起来,大家都很惊讶。
raise your eyebrows (at sth)
扬起眉毛(表示不赞同或惊讶)to show that you disapprove of or are surprised by sth
Eyebrows were raised when he arrived without his wife.
他没有和妻子一起来,大家都很惊讶。
raise your glass (to sb)
举杯祝酒to hold up your glass and wish sb happiness, good luck, etc. before you drink
raise hell
(informal)
愤怒抗议;(尤指)大吵大闹to protest angrily, especially in a way that causes trouble for sb
raise the roof
(在屋内)大声喧闹,闹翻天to produce or make sb produce a lot of noise in a building, for example by shouting or cheering
raise sbs spirits
使振奋;使鼓起勇气to make sb feel more cheerful or brave
n.
1.
加薪;工资增长an increase in the money you are paid for the work you do

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