- lift or move to a higher position or level；lift or move to a vertical position; set upright
- an increase in salary；(in poker or brag) an increase in a stake.
verb: raise, 3rd person present: raises, gerund or present participle: raising, past tense: raised, past participle: raised
noun: raise, plural noun: raises
- 1. lift or move to a higher position or level she raised both arms above her head his flag was raised over the city 同義詞
- ▪ lift or move to a vertical position; set upright Melody managed to raise him to his feet 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ construct or build (a structure) a fence was being raised around the property 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ cause to rise or form the galloping horse raised a cloud of dust
- ▪ bring to the surface (something that has sunk) divers have located and hope to raise the submarine
- ▪ cause (bread) to rise, especially by the action of yeast a strain of yeast that would create enough gas to raise the thick bread dough 同義詞
- ▪ make (a nap) on cloth the gig mills raised the nap on the cloth prior to shearing
- 2. increase the amount, level, or strength of the bank raised interest rates the aim was to raise awareness of the plight of the homeless 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ promote (someone) to a higher rank the king raised him to the title of Count Torre Bella 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ multiply a quantity by itself to (a specified power) 3 raised to the 7th power is 2,187
- ▪ (in poker or brag) bet (a specified amount) more than (another player) I'll raise you another hundred dollars
- ▪ make a higher bid in the same suit as that bid by (one's partner) with support for partner's bid suit you raise him to game in it North raises to three no trumps
- 3. cause to occur or to be considered the alarm was raised when he failed to return home doubts have been raised about the future of the reprocessing plant 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ generate (an invoice or other document) I have raised an invoice for the tape
- 4. collect, levy, or bring together (money or resources) she was attempting to raise $20,000 同義詞 反義詞
- 5. bring up (a child) he was born and raised in San Francisco 同義詞
- ▪ breed or grow (animals or plants) they raised pigs and kept a pony 同義詞
- 6. bring (someone) back from death God raised Jesus from the dead
- 7. abandon or force an enemy to abandon (a siege, blockade, or embargo) in late April Henry decided to raise the siege 同義詞 反義詞
- 8. drive (an animal) from its lair the jack rabbit was only 250 yards from where he first raised it
- ▪ cause (a ghost or spirit) to appear the piece raises the ghosts of a number of twentieth-century art ideas
- 9. (of someone at sea) come in sight of (land or another ship) they raised the low coast by evening
- ▪ British informal establish contact with (someone) by telephone or radio I raised him on the open line 同義詞
- 10. stimulate production of (an antiserum, antibody, or other biologically active substance) against the appropriate target cell or substance monoclonal antibodies raised against human lymphocytes
- 1. North American an increase in salary he wants a raise and some perks
- 2. (in poker or brag) an increase in a stake.
- ▪ a higher bid in the suit that one's partner has bid.
- 3. an act of lifting or raising a part of the body while holding a weight bent-over raises
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