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  1. ascend

    • IPA[əˈsend]

    美式

    • v.
      go up or climb;climb to the summit of (a mountain or hill)
    • verb: ascend, 3rd person present: ascends, gerund or present participle: ascending, past tense: ascended, past participle: ascended

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. go up or climb:

      she ascended the stairs

      new magmas were created and ascended to the surface

    • 2. climb to the summit of (a mountain or hill):

      the first traveler to ascend the mountain

    • 3. (of a fish or boat) move upstream along (a river):

      salmon ascend rivers from the sea to spawn

    • 4. rise through the air:

      we had ascended 3,000 ft

    • 5. (of a road or flight of steps) slope or lead up:

      the road ascends to the lake

    • 6. move up the social or professional scale:

      some executives ascend to top-level positions

      he took exams to ascend through the ranks

    • 7. (of a spiritual being or soul) rise into heaven:

      the Prophet ascended to heaven

    • 8. (of a voice or sound) rise in pitch:

      Carolyn's voice had ascended into high-pitched giggles

    • adj. (of a spiritual being or soul) risen to heaven:

    • he speaks of the ascended Christ as filling all things

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    • adj. (of a spiritual being or soul) risen to heaven:

    • he speaks of the ascended Christ as filling all things

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    • become king or queen

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    • become king or queen

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    • IPA[əˈsɛnd]

    英式

    • v.
      go up or climb:
    • she ascended the stairs

      we had ascended 3,000 ft

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