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  1. rise

    • IPA[rīz]

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    • v.
      move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up;(of the sun, moon, or another celestial body) appear above the horizon
    • n.
      an upward movement; an instance of becoming higher;an act of a fish moving to the surface to take a fly or bait.
    • noun: rise, plural noun: rises

    • verb: rise, 3rd person present: rises, gerund or present participle: rising, past tense: rose, past participle: risen

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up:

      the tiny aircraft rose from the ground

    • 2. (of the sun, moon, or another celestial body) appear above the horizon:

      the sun had just risen

    • 3. (of a fish) come to the surface of water:

      a fish rose and was hooked and landed

    • 4. reach a higher position in society or one's profession:

      the officer was a man of great courage who had risen from the ranks

    • 5. succeed in not being limited or constrained by (a restrictive environment or situation):

      he struggled to rise above his humble background

    • 6. be superior to:

      I try to rise above prejudice

    • 7. get up from lying, sitting, or kneeling:

      she pushed back her chair and rose

    • 8. get out of bed, especially in the morning:

      I rose and got dressed

    • 9. (of a meeting or a session of a court) adjourn:

      the judge's remark heralded the signal for the court to rise

    • 10. be restored to life:

      your sister has risen from the dead

      he would rise again from the dead on the third day

    • 11. cease to be submissive, obedient, or peaceful:

      the activists urged militant factions to rise up

    • 12. find the strength or ability to respond adequately to (a challenging situation):

      many participants in the race had never sailed before, but they rose to the challenge

    • 13. (of a person) react with annoyance or argument to (provocation):

      he didn't rise to my teasing

    • 14. (of a river) have its source:

      the Euphrates rises in Turkey

    • 15. (of a wind) start to blow or to blow more strongly:

      the wind continued to rise

    • 16. (of land or a feature following the contours of the land) incline upward; become higher:

      the moorlands rise and fall in gentle folds

    • 17. (of a building, mountain, or other high object or structure) be much taller than the surrounding landscape:

      the cliff rose more than a hundred feet above us

    • 18. (of someone's hair) stand on end:

      he felt the hairs rise on the back of his neck

    • 19. (of a building) undergo construction from the foundations:

      rows of two-story houses are slowly rising

    • 20. (of dough) swell by the action of yeast:

      leave the dough in a warm place to rise

    • 21. (of a bump, blister, or weal) appear as a swelling on the skin:

      blisters rose on his burned hand

    • 22. (of a person's stomach) become nauseated:

      Fabio's stomach rose at the foul bedding

    • 23. increase in number, size, amount, or quality:

      land prices had risen

    • 24. (of the sea, a river, or other body of water) increase in height to a particular level, typically through tidal action or flooding:

      the river level rose so high the work had to be abandoned

      the rising tide of crime

    • 25. (of a sound) become louder; be audible above other sounds:

      her voice rose above the clamor

    • 26. (of a barometer or other measuring instrument) give a higher reading.
    • 27. (of a voice) become higher in pitch:

      my voice rose an octave or two as I screamed

    • 28. (of an emotion) develop and become more intense:

      he felt a tide of resentment rising in him

    • 29. (of a person's mood) become more cheerful:

      her spirits rose as they left the ugly city behind

    • 30. (of the color in a person's face) become deeper, especially as a result of embarrassment:

      he was teasing her, and she could feel her color rising

    • 31. approaching (a specified age):

      she was thirty-nine rising forty

      Polly shall have a young mare rising three years old

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an upward movement; an instance of becoming higher:

      the bird has a display flight of steep flapping rises

    • 2. an act of a fish moving to the surface to take a fly or bait.
    • 3. an instance of social, commercial, or political advancement:

      few models have had such a meteoric rise

    • 4. an upward slope or hill:

      I gained the crest of a rise and saw the plain stretched out before me

    • 5. the vertical height of a step, arch, or incline.
    • 6. another term for riser
    • 7. an increase in amount, extent, size, or number:

      local people are worried by the rise in crime

    • 8. an increase in salary or wages:

      nonsupervisory staff were given a 5 percent rise

    • 9. an increase in sound or pitch:

      the rise and fall of his voice

    • 10. a source or origin:

      it was here that the brook had its rise

    • n.
      a prickly bush or shrub that typically bears red, pink, yellow, or white fragrant flowers, native to north temperate regions and widely grown as an ornamental.
    • v.
      make rosy:
    • a warm flush now rosed her hitherto blue cheeks

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    • n.
      a prickly bush or shrub that typically bears red, pink, yellow, or white fragrant flowers, native to north temperate regions. Numerous hybrids and cultivars have been developed and are widely grown as ornamentals.
    • v.
      make rosy:
    • a warm flush now rosed her hitherto blue cheeks

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    • adj.
      going up, increasing, or sloping upward:
    • the rising temperature

      rising ground

    • n.
      an armed protest against authority; a revolt:
    • the Warsaw rising of 1944

      the reforms led to peasant risings

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    • adj.
      going up, increasing, or sloping upward:
    • the rising temperature

      rising ground

    • n.
      an armed protest against authority; a revolt:
    • the Warsaw rising of 1944

      the reforms led to peasant risings

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    • v. past of rise

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    • v. past of rise

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    • adj.
      (of a building) having many storeys:
    • a high-rise block of flats
    • n.
      a building with many storeys:
    • a twelve-floor high-rise

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    • adj.
      (of a building) having few storeys:
    • low-rise apartment blocks
    • n.
      a building having few storeys:
    • they moved into this low-rise in Don Mills

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    • IPA[rʌɪz]

    英式

    • v.
      move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up:
    • the tiny aircraft rose from the ground
    • n.
      an upward movement; an instance of rising:
    • the bird has a display flight of steep flapping rises

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  2. 知識+

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