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Translation of "arise" - English-Spanish dictionary

arise

verb   /əˈraɪz/ ( present participle arising, past tense arose, past participle arisen)
If a problem arises, it starts to happen surgir The whole problem arose from a lack of communication.
(Definition of arise from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

arise

verb /əˈraiz/ ( past tense arose /əˈrouz/, past participle arisen /əˈrizn/)
(formal) to come into being surgir, presentarse These problems have arisen as a result of your carelessness Are there any matters arising from our earlier discussion?
(literary, old-fashioned) to get up or stand up. levantarse, alzarse
(Definition of arise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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