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Spanish translation of “ascend”

ascend

verb /əˈsend/
(formal) to climb, go, or rise up
subir, ascender, elevarse
The smoke ascended into the air.
ascendancy /əˈsendənsi/ /əˈsendənsiː/ noun ( a’scendency) (formal) control or power (over)
ascendiente
They have the ascendancy over the other political groups.
ascent /-t/ noun the act of climbing or going up
ascensión
the ascent of Mount Everest.
a slope upwards
cuesta, pendiente
a steep ascent.
ascend the throne to be crowned king or queen
ascender/subir al trono
Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne on February 6, 1952.
(Definition of ascend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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