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rise

verb [I]
 
 
/raɪz/ ( past tense rose, past participle risen)
INCREASE B2 to increase in level
rosnąć, wzrastać
rising temperatures Prices rose by 10 percent.Value and price increasesIncreasing and intensifying
GO UP B1 to move up
podnosić się, wznosić się
The balloon rose slowly into the air.Moving upwards
STAND to stand, especially after sitting
wstawać
He rose from his seat.Sitting and standing
rise to/through, etc to become important, successful, or rich
awansować do, osiągać
He quickly rose to stardom.Making progress and advancingBecoming betterHigher and lower points of achievementSuccess and achievementsFailures
STRENGTH to become stronger or louder
wzmagać się, nasilać się
The wind is rising.Increasing and intensifying
HIGH to be high above something
wznosić się
The bridge rose almost 600 feet above the water.High, tall and deepAbove and over
APPEAR B1 When the sun or moon rises, it appears in the sky.
wschodzić
The sun rises in the East.Moving upwards
rise to the occasion/challenge, etc to deal with a difficult job or opportunity successfully
stanąć na wysokości zadania
Reacting and responding
(Definition of rise verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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