arise Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"arise" in British English

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ariseverb [I]

uk   us   /əˈraɪz/ (arose, arisen)

arise verb [I] (HAPPEN)

C1 formal to ​happen: Should the opportunity arise, I'd ​love to go to ​China. Could you ​work on ​Saturday, should the need arise (= if it were to be ​necessary)? Are there any matters arising from (= ​caused by) the last ​meeting?
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arise verb [I] (GET UP)

literary to get out of ​bed: We arose early on ​Christmasmorning.
(Definition of arise from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"arise" in American English

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ariseverb [I]

 us   /əˈrɑɪz/ (past tense arose  /əˈroʊz/ , past participle arisen  /əˈrɪz·ən/ )

arise verb [I] (HAPPEN)

to come into ​existence or ​begin to be ​noticed; ​happen: Problems arise when ​kidsleaveschool. When the ​opportunity arose, he ​decided to take it.

arise verb [I] (GET UP)

fml to get up, esp. from ​bed after ​sleeping: We arose early on ​Saturdaymorning.
(Definition of arise from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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