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elevate

verb
 
 
/ˈelɪveɪt/ formal
be elevated to sth to be given a more important position
yükseltilmek, bir üst göreve getirilmek; daha önemli bir göreve getirilmek
She has been elevated to deputy manager. an elevated positionRoyalty, aristocracy and titlesPromoting, demoting and transferring staff
[T] to move something to a higher level or height
yükseltmek
High stress levels elevate blood pressure. Try to keep your leg elevated.Raising and lowering
Translations of “elevate”
in Spanish ascender, elevar, edificar…
in French promouvoir, exalter…
in German befördern, erheben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抬高, 提高, 使上升…
in Russian повышать, поднимать…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抬高, 提高, 使上升…
in Polish podwyższać, podnosić…
(Definition of elevate from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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