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Sinónimos detallados de rise en inglés

rise:

to rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)

  1. to rise
    to increase; to rise; to expand; to grow; to extend; to ascent; to arise; to add to
    • increase verbo (increases, increased, increasing)
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • expand verbo (expands, expanded, expanding)
    • grow verbo (grows, grew, growing)
    • extend verbo (extends, extended, extending)
    • ascent verbo (ascents, ascented, ascenting)
    • arise verbo (arises, arised, arising)
    • add to verbo (adds to, added to, adding to)
  2. to rise
    to rise; to stand up; to rise up; to arise; to ascent
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • stand up verbo (stands up, stood up, standing up)
    • rise up verbo (rises up, rose up, rising up)
    • arise verbo (arises, arised, arising)
    • ascent verbo (ascents, ascented, ascenting)
  3. to rise
    to grow; to develop
    – grow emotionally or mature 1
    • grow verbo (grows, grew, growing)
      • When he spent a summer at camp, the boy grew noticeably and no longer showed some of his old adolescent behavior1
    • develop verbo (develops, developped, developping)
      • The child developed beautifully in her new kindergarten1
    to grow up
    – become an adult 1
    • grow up verbo (grows up, grew up, growing up)
    to rise
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
  4. to rise
    to rise
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
  5. to rise
    to rise; to grow; to come up
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • grow verbo (grows, grew, growing)
    • come up verbo (comes up, came up, coming up)
  6. to rise
    to rise; to ascend; to take off; to go up
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • ascend verbo (ascends, ascended, ascending)
    • take off verbo (takes off, took off, taking off)
    • go up verbo (goes up, went up, going up)
  7. to rise
    to take off; to rise; to ascend; to rise to the surface; to mount; to fly up; to increase; to bristle; to flare up; to become higher; to climb; to go upward; to get away; to go up; to be on the upgrade; to start; to grow; to be off; to become larger
    • take off verbo (takes off, took off, taking off)
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • ascend verbo (ascends, ascended, ascending)
    • rise to the surface verbo (rises to the surface, risen to the surface, rising to the surface)
    • mount verbo (mounts, mounted, mounting)
    • fly up verbo (flies up, flew up, flying up)
    • increase verbo (increases, increased, increasing)
    • bristle verbo (bristles, bristled, bristling)
    • flare up verbo (flares up, flared up, flaring up)
    • become higher verbo (becomes higher, becoming higher)
    • climb verbo (climbs, climbed, climbing)
    • go upward verbo (goes upward, went upward, going upward)
    • get away verbo (gets away, got away, getting away)
    • go up verbo (goes up, went up, going up)
    • be on the upgrade verbo (is on the upgrade, being on the upgrade)
    • start verbo (starts, started, starting)
    • grow verbo (grows, grew, growing)
    • be off verbo (is off, being off)
    • become larger verbo (becomes larger, becoming larger)
  8. to rise
    to rise; to increase; to grow; to become higher; to mount; to go up
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • increase verbo (increases, increased, increasing)
    • grow verbo (grows, grew, growing)
    • become higher verbo (becomes higher, becoming higher)
    • mount verbo (mounts, mounted, mounting)
    • go up verbo (goes up, went up, going up)
  9. to rise
    to rise; to bubble up
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • bubble up verbo (bubbles up, bubbled up, bubbling up)
  10. to rise
    to rise; to go upstairs
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • go upstairs verbo (goes upstairs, went upstairs, going upstairs)
  11. to rise
    to ascend; to rise; to climb; to get promoted; to advance
    • ascend verbo (ascends, ascended, ascending)
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • climb verbo (climbs, climbed, climbing)
    • advance verbo (advances, advanced, advancing)
  12. to rise
    to rise above; to tower above; to rise; to tower
    • rise above verbo (rises above, rose above, rising above)
    • tower above verbo (towers above, towered above, towering above)
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • tower verbo (towers, towered, towering)
  13. to rise
    – get up and out of bed 1
    to rise; to arise; to turn out; uprise; get up
    – get up and out of bed 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • They rose early1
      • He uprose at night1
    • arise verbo (arises, arised, arising)
    • turn out verbo (turns out, turned out, turning out)
    • uprise verbo
    • get up verbo
      • I get up at 7 A.M. every day1
  14. to rise
    – return from the dead 1
    to rise; to resurrect; uprise
    – return from the dead 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • Christ is risen!1
    • resurrect verbo (resurrects, resurrected, resurrecting)
    • uprise verbo
      • The dead are to uprise1
  15. to rise
    – increase in value or to a higher point 1
    to rise; to climb; to go up
    – increase in value or to a higher point 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • the value of our house rose sharply last year1
    • climb verbo (climbs, climbed, climbing)
      • prices climbed steeply1
    • go up verbo (goes up, went up, going up)
  16. to rise
    – rise in rank or status 1
    to rise; to jump; to climb up
    – rise in rank or status 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • jump verbo (jumps, jumped, jumping)
      • Her new novel jumped high on the bestseller list1
    • climb up verbo (climbs up, climbed up, climbing up)
  17. to rise
    – become more extreme 1
    to rise; to heighten
    – become more extreme 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • heighten verbo (heightens, heightened, heightening)
      • The tension heightened1
  18. to rise
    – go up or advance 1
    to rise; to mount; to wax; to climb
    – go up or advance 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • mount verbo (mounts, mounted, mounting)
    • wax verbo (waxes, waxed, waxing)
    • climb verbo (climbs, climbed, climbing)
      • Sales were climbing after prices were lowered1
  19. to rise
    – exert oneself to meet a challenge 1
    to rise
    – exert oneself to meet a challenge 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • rise to a challenge1
      • rise to the occasion1
  20. to rise
    – become heartened or elated 1
    to rise
    – become heartened or elated 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • Her spirits rose when she heard the good news1
  21. to rise
    – move upward 1
    to rise; to arise; to lift; to come up; to go up; to move up; uprise
    – move upward 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • The smoke arose from the forest fire1
      • The mist uprose from the meadows1
    • arise verbo (arises, arised, arising)
    • lift verbo (lifts, lifted, lifting)
      • The fog lifted1
    • come up verbo (comes up, came up, coming up)
    • go up verbo (goes up, went up, going up)
    • move up verbo (moves up, moved up, moving up)
    • uprise verbo
  22. to rise
    – move to a better position in life or to a better job 1
    to rise; to ascend; to move up
    – move to a better position in life or to a better job 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • ascend verbo (ascends, ascended, ascending)
    • move up verbo (moves up, moved up, moving up)
  23. to rise
    – come up, of celestial bodies 1
    to rise; to ascend; to come up; uprise
    – come up, of celestial bodies 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • The sun also rises1
      • The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled...1
    • ascend verbo (ascends, ascended, ascending)
      • Jupiter ascends1
    • come up verbo (comes up, came up, coming up)
    • uprise verbo
  24. to rise
    – increase in volume 1
    to rise; to prove
    – increase in volume 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • the dough rose slowly in the warm room1
    • prove verbo (proves, proved, proving)
  25. to rise
    – rise to one's feet 1
    to rise; to arise; to stand up; get up; uprise
    – rise to one's feet 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • arise verbo (arises, arised, arising)
    • stand up verbo (stands up, stood up, standing up)
    • get up verbo
    • uprise verbo
  26. to rise
    – come to the surface 1
    to surface; to rise; to come up; to rise up
    – come to the surface 1
    • surface verbo (surfaces, surfaced, surfacing)
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • come up verbo (comes up, came up, coming up)
    • rise up verbo (rises up, rose up, rising up)
  27. to rise
    – take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance 1
    to rise; to arise; to rebel; to rise up
    – take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
    • arise verbo (arises, arised, arising)
    • rebel verbo (rebels, rebelled, rebelling)
    • rise up verbo (rises up, rose up, rising up)
  28. to rise
    – come into existence; take on form or shape 1
    to develop; to rise; to arise; to originate; to grow; spring up; uprise
    – come into existence; take on form or shape 1
    • develop verbo (develops, developped, developping)
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • An interesting phenomenon uprose1
    • arise verbo (arises, arised, arising)
    • originate verbo (originates, originated, originating)
      • A new religious movement originated in that country1
    • grow verbo (grows, grew, growing)
      • the idea for the book grew out of a short story1
    • spring up verbo
    • uprise verbo
  29. to rise
    – rise up 1
    to rise; to rear; to lift
    – rise up 1
    • rise verbo (rises, rose, rising)
      • The building rose before them1
    • rear verbo (rears, reared, rearing)
    • lift verbo (lifts, lifted, lifting)

Conjugaciones de rise:

present
  1. rise
  2. rise
  3. rises
  4. rise
  5. rise
  6. rise
simple past
  1. rose
  2. rose
  3. rose
  4. rose
  5. rose
  6. rose
present perfect
  1. have risen
  2. have risen
  3. has risen
  4. have risen
  5. have risen
  6. have risen
past continuous
  1. was rising
  2. were rising
  3. was rising
  4. were rising
  5. were rising
  6. were rising
future
  1. shall rise
  2. will rise
  3. will rise
  4. shall rise
  5. will rise
  6. will rise
continuous present
  1. am rising
  2. are rising
  3. is rising
  4. are rising
  5. are rising
  6. are rising
subjunctive
  1. be risen
  2. be risen
  3. be risen
  4. be risen
  5. be risen
  6. be risen
diverse
  1. rise!
  2. let's rise!
  3. risen
  4. rising
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

rise [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the rise
    the increase; the expansion; the rise; the growth
  2. the rise
    the increase; the rise; the ascent; the rising; the uplift; the going up
  3. the rise
    the hill; the swell; the height; the rise
    • hill [the ~] sustantivo
    • swell [the ~] sustantivo
    • height [the ~] sustantivo
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
  4. the rise
    the progression; the increase; the ascent; the upturn; the uplift; the rise; the boom
  5. the rise
    the accretion; the increase; the rise; the growth; the addition
  6. the rise
    – the act of changing location in an upward direction 1
    the rise; the ascent; the ascension; the ascending
    – the act of changing location in an upward direction 1
  7. the rise
    – increase in price or value 1
    the advance; the rise
    – increase in price or value 1
    • advance [the ~] sustantivo
      • the news caused a general advance on the stock market1
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
  8. the rise
    – the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises 1
    the rise; the upgrade; the rising slope
    – the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises 1
  9. the rise
    – the amount a salary is increased 1
    the raise; the rise; the hike; the salary increase; the wage increase; the wage hike
    – the amount a salary is increased 1
  10. the rise
    – an increase in cost 1
    the rise; the boost; the hike; the cost increase
    – an increase in cost 1
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
      • they asked for a 10% rise in rates1
    • boost [the ~] sustantivo
    • hike [the ~] sustantivo
    • cost increase [the ~] sustantivo
  11. the rise
    – a growth in strength or number or importance 1
    the rise
    – a growth in strength or number or importance 1
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
  12. the rise
    – (theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost 1
    the rise; the procession; the emanation
    – (theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost 1
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
      • the rising of the Holy Ghost1
    • procession [the ~] sustantivo
      • the doctrine of the procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son1
    • emanation [the ~] sustantivo
      • the emanation of the Holy Spirit1
  13. the rise
    – a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground 1
    the rise; the lift
    – a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground 1
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
    • lift [the ~] sustantivo
  14. the rise
    – a movement upward 1
    the rise; the rising; the ascent; the ascension
    – a movement upward 1
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
      • they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon1
    • rising [the ~] sustantivo
    • ascent [the ~] sustantivo
    • ascension [the ~] sustantivo
  15. the rise
    – an upward slope or grade (as in a road) 1
    the raise; the rise; the ascent; the climb; the upgrade; the acclivity
    – an upward slope or grade (as in a road) 1
    • raise [the ~] sustantivo
    • rise [the ~] sustantivo
      • the car couldn't make it up the rise1
    • ascent [the ~] sustantivo
    • climb [the ~] sustantivo
    • upgrade [the ~] sustantivo
    • acclivity [the ~] sustantivo

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Definiciones relacionadas de "rise":

  1. the act of changing location in an upward direction1
  2. increase in price or value1
  3. the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises1
  4. the amount a salary is increased1
  5. an increase in cost1
    • they asked for a 10% rise in rates1
  6. a growth in strength or number or importance1
  7. (theology) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost1
    • the rising of the Holy Ghost1
  8. a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground1
  9. a movement upward1
    • they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon1
  10. an upward slope or grade (as in a road)1
    • the car couldn't make it up the rise1
  11. get up and out of bed1
    • They rose early1
    • He uprose at night1
  12. return from the dead1
    • Christ is risen!1
  13. increase in value or to a higher point1
    • the value of our house rose sharply last year1
  14. rise in rank or status1
  15. become more extreme1
  16. go up or advance1
  17. exert oneself to meet a challenge1
    • rise to a challenge1
    • rise to the occasion1
  18. become heartened or elated1
    • Her spirits rose when she heard the good news1
  19. move upward1
    • The smoke arose from the forest fire1
    • The mist uprose from the meadows1
  20. move to a better position in life or to a better job1
  21. come up, of celestial bodies1
    • The sun also rises1
    • The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled...1
  22. increase in volume1
    • the dough rose slowly in the warm room1
  23. rise to one's feet1
  24. come to the surface1
  25. take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance1
  26. come into existence; take on form or shape1
    • An interesting phenomenon uprose1
  27. rise up1
    • The building rose before them1

Sinónimos relacionados de rise