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rise

noun
 
 
/raɪz/
INCREASE [C] B2 an increase in the level of something
podwyżka, wzrost
a tax rise a rise in interest ratesValue and price increasesBecoming biggerEnlarging and inflatingIncreasing and intensifying
sb's rise to fame/power, etc when someone becomes very famous or powerful
czyjaś droga do sławy/władzy itp.
Making progress and advancingBecoming better
give rise to sth to cause something
wywoływać coś
The bacteria live in the human body but do not give rise to any symptoms.Causing things to happen
MONEY [C] UK ( US raise) an increase in the amount of money that you earn
podwyżka
a pay rise Value and price increasesEarning money and money earned
(Definition of rise noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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