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rise

美 [raɪz]
英 [raɪz]
  • v.上升;增长;提高;升起
  • n.上升;提高;加薪;斜坡
  • 网络上涨;升高;崛起
过去式:rose  过去分词:risen  第三人称单数:rises  现在分词:rising  
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n.
增加increase
1.
[c]
(数量或水平的)增加,提高an increase in an amount, a number or a level
The industry is feeling the effects of recent price rises.
这一行业已经感觉到了最近提价的影响。
There has been a sharp rise in the number of people out of work.
失业人数急剧增长。
2.
[c]
加薪;工资增长an increase in the money you are paid for the work you do
I'm going to ask for a rise.
我打算要求加薪。
He criticized the huge pay rises awarded to industry bosses.
对于给企业老板大幅度加薪,他提出了批评。
权力;重要性in power/importance
3.
[sing]
~ (of sb/sth)
(重要性、优势、权力等的)增强the act of becoming more important, successful, powerful, etc.
the rise of fascism in Europe
法西斯主义在欧洲的兴起
the rise and fall of the British Empire
英帝国的兴衰
her meteoric rise to power
她的迅速掌权
上升upward movement
4.
[sing]
上升an upward movement
She watched the gentle rise and fall of his chest as he slept.
她看着他睡着时微微起伏的胸膛。
斜坡sloping land
5.
[c]
斜坡;小丘;小山an area of land that slopes upwards
The church was built at the top of a small rise.
教堂建在一座小山顶上。
IDM
get a rise out of sb
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
The novel's success gave rise to a number of sequels.
这部小说的成功带来了一系列的续篇。
give rise to sth
使发生(或存在)to cause sth to happen or exist
The novel's success gave rise to a number of sequels.
这部小说的成功带来了一系列的续篇。
v.
上升move upwards
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
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
Smoke was rising from the chimney.
烟从烟囱里升起。
The river has risen (by) several metres.
河水上升了好几米。
起身get up
2.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
起床;起立;站起来to get up from a lying, sitting or kneeling position
He was accustomed to rising(= getting out of bed) early.
他习惯于早起。
They rose from the table.
他们从餐桌旁站起身。
She rose to her feet.
她站起身来。
太阳;月亮of sun/moon
3.
[i]
升起when the sun, moon, etc.rises , it appears above the horizon
The sun rises in the east.
太阳从东方升起。
结束会议end meeting
4.
[i]
休会;闭会;散会to end a meeting
The House(= members of the House of Commons) rose at 10 p.m.
下议院于晚上 10 点钟散会。
增加increase
5.
[i]
(数量)增加,增长,提高to increase in amount or number
rising fuel bills
不断增加的燃料费
The price of gas rose.
煤气价格上涨了。
Gas rose in price .
煤气涨价了。
Unemployment rose (by) 3%.
失业人数增长了 3%。
Air pollution has risen above an acceptable level.
空气污染已经超出了人们可接受的程度。
变得强大╱重要become powerful/important
6.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
变得更加成功(或重要、强大等)to become more successful, important, powerful, etc.
a rising young politician
崭露头角的年轻政治家
She rose to power in the 70s.
她于 20 世纪 70 年代掌握了大权。
He rose to the rank of general.
他升至将级军官。
She rose through the ranks to become managing director.
她从普通员工逐步晋升为总经理。
声响of sound
7.
[i]
提高;增强if a soundrises , it becomes louder and higher
Her voice rose angrily.
她气得提高了嗓门。
of wind
8.
[i]
刮起来;刮得更猛if the windrises , it begins to blow more strongly
情感of feeling
9.
[i]
增强if a feelingrises inside you, it begins and gets stronger
He felt anger rising inside him.
他心里直冒火。
Her spirits rose(= she felt happier) at the news.
听到这个消息,她高兴起来。
脸色of your colour
10.
[i]
脸红if your colourrises , your face becomes pink or red with embarrassment
毛发of hair
11.
[i]
竖起;立起来if hairrises , it stands vertical instead of lying flat
The hair on the back of my neck rose when I heard the scream.
听到那尖叫声,我不禁毛骨悚然。
战斗fight
12.
[i]
~ (up) (against sb/sth)
起义;反抗;奋起to begin to fight against your ruler or government or against a foreign army
The peasants rose in revolt.
农民起来造反了。
He called on the people to rise up against the invaders.
他号召民众起来反抗入侵者。
变得可见become visible
13.
[i]
耸立;矗立;高出to be or become visible above the surroundings
Mountains rose in the distance.
远处山峦叠起。
土地of land
14.
[i]
凸起;隆起if landrises , it slopes upwards
The ground rose steeply all around.
这块地方四周都是陡坡。
河源of beginning of river
15.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
起源;发源a riverrises where it begins to flow
The Thames rises in the Cotswold hills.
泰晤士河起源于科茨沃尔德丘陵。
面包;蛋糕of bread/cakes
16.
[i]
发酵when bread, cakes, etc.rise , they swell because of the action of yeast or baking powder
死人of dead person
17.
[i]
~ (from sth)
复活;再生to come to life again
to rise from the dead
复活
Can a new party rise from the ashes of the old one?
在旧政党的灰烬中会诞生出一个新的政党吗?
IDM
rise and shine
(通常用来催促起床)usually used in orders to tell sb to get out of bed and be active

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