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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.
Translations of “ascend”
in Korean 올라가다…
in Arabic يَصعَد…
in French s’élever…
in Italian ascendere, salire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 上升, 攀登, 登上…
in Russian восходить…
in Turkish yükselmek, yukarı çıkmak, tırmanmak…
in Polish wznosić (się)…
in Portuguese ascender, subir…
in German aufsteigen…
in Catalan pujar…
in Japanese 上がる, 登る, 昇進する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 上升, 攀登, 登上…
(Definition of ascend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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