Translation of "rise" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

rise

verb uk /raɪz/ us /raɪz/ rose, risen
MOVE UP 向上移動

B1 [ I ] to move upwards

上升;升高;升起
The balloon rose gently (up) into the air. 氣球慢慢升入空中。
At 6 a.m. we watched the sun rise (= appear and move upwards in the sky). 我們在早晨六點鐘觀看了日出。
New buildings are rising (= being built) throughout the city. 城中各處一座座新樓拔地而起。
figurative Murmurs of disapproval rose from (= came from) the crowd. 人群中傳出一陣陣非難的抱怨聲。

[ I ] to stand, especially after sitting

(尤指從坐姿)起身,站起,起立
She rose from her chair to welcome us. 她從椅子上站起身來迎接我們。
He rose to his feet to deliver his speech. 他站起來發表講話。

[ I ] formal to get out of bed

起床
My grandfather rises at five every morning to do his exercises. 我祖父每天早晨五點起床鍛煉。

[ I ] specialized geography If a river rises somewhere, it first comes out of the ground there:

The River Cam rises in/at a place called Ashwell. 劍河發源於一個叫阿什威爾的地方。
INCREASE 增加

B2 [ I ] to increase

增加,上漲,升高
Inflation is rising at/by 2.1 percent a month. 通貨膨脹一個月增長2.1%。
The wind/storm is rising (= beginning to get stronger). 風/暴風雨越來越猛烈。

[ I ] When emotions, etc. rise, they start to increase.

(感情)變得強烈,激動
Tempers are rising (= people are becoming angry). 人們越來越憤怒。
My spirits rise (= I feel happier) whenever I think of my friends. 一想到朋友們,我的心情就會好起來。
She felt panic and terror rise in her whenever she thought of the future. 一想到未來,她就會感到陣陣恐懼。
His voice rose (= became louder or higher) as he got angry. 他生氣時就會扯高嗓門。
BECOME SUCCESSFUL

C2 [ I ] to become important, successful, or powerful:

After a long career with the company, she has risen to the position of chief executive.
He rose to power as the country emerged from its financial crisis.
She quickly rose through the ranks to become head of marketing.
The singer has risen from humble origins to become one of the most successful entertainers of all time.
BECOME HIGHER 變得更高

[ I ] to become higher

矗立;隆起;高起
The ground rises over there. 那地方地勢很高。
The castle is built on rising ground (= ground higher than areas around it). 城堡建在一片高地上。
You can see the Alps rising (= showing as a higher area) in the distance/above the clouds. 你可以看到阿爾卑斯山高高聳立在遠方/高聳在雲端之上。

[ I, I ] If bread or dough (= a soft uncooked mixture used for making bread) rises, it becomes bigger because of the action of yeast (= a fungus used in beer and bread making):

Leave the dough somewhere warm to rise.
BE OPPOSED TO 反對

[ I usually + adv/prep ] (of a group of people) to begin to oppose or fight a bad government or ruler

(群衆)反抗,起義
The people rose (up) against the oppressor/tyrant/dictator. 人民奮起反抗壓迫者/暴君/獨裁者。
STOP WORK 停止工作

[ I ] formal If parliament or a court rises, it stops work.

(議會)休會,閉會;(法庭)休庭
Parliament/The court rose at 6 p.m. 議會在下午六點休會/法庭在下午六點休庭。

Phrasal verb(s)

noun uk /raɪz/ us /raɪz/
INCREASE 增加

B2 [ C ] an increase

增加,上漲,升高
a sudden temperature rise 氣溫突然升高
a 5 percent rise in inflation 通貨膨脹上升5%
August has seen a large rise in the number of unemployed. 八月份失業人數劇增。
→ See also pay rise , raise noun
on the rise

increasing

在上升,在增長
Police say that youth crime is on the rise again. 警方稱青少年犯罪再次增長。
MOVEMENT UP 升高

C2 [ S ] the process of becoming very famous, powerful, or popular

(地位的)升高,增強;成名;興起
Her rapid rise to fame/power/popularity, etc. meant that she made many enemies. 她一夜之間成名/大權在握/走紅等意味著她樹了很多敵人。
SLOPE/HILL 坡/山

[ C ] a small hill or slope

小山,丘;坡;高地
The castle is built on a slight rise above the town. 城堡建在一個高出城鎮的緩坡上。

(Translation of “rise” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)