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raise

verb [T]
 
 
/reɪz/
LIFT B1 to lift something to a higher position
поднимать
to raise your handRaising and lowering
INCREASE B1 to increase an amount or level
повышать
to raise prices/taxes Becoming biggerEnlarging and inflating
IMPROVE to improve something
улучшать
to raise standards Making things betterBecoming better
MONEY B2 to collect money from other people
собирать (деньги)
They're raising money for charity.Collecting and amassing
raise your voice to speak loudly and angrily to someone
повышать голос
Talking angrily
raise hopes/fears/doubts, etc to cause emotions or thoughts
вызывать надежду/страх/сомнения и т. д.
Her answers raised doubts in my mind.Causing things to happen
raise a question/subject, etc B2 to start talking about a subject that you want other people to consider
поднимать вопрос
Debate and discussionQuestioning people and asking questions in generalCuriositySuspecting and questioning
CHILD B2 to look after and educate a child until they have become an adult
воспитывать, растить
Their ideas on how to raise children didn't always agree.Parenting and caring for children
ANIMALS/CROPS to make an animal or crop grow
выращивать, разводить
to raise chickens/sheep →  See also raise the alarm Animal farming - general words
(Definition of raise verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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