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Translation of "rouse" - English-Spanish dictionary

rouse

verb   /raʊz/
to wake someone up or make someone more active or excited despertar, enardecer He roused himself (from a pleasant daydream) and got back to work. The speaker attempted to rouse the crowd with a cry for action.565
Grammar:Arouse or rouse?Rouse and arouse are both used in formal contexts. Arouse means ‘make someone have a particular feeling’:See more
(Definition of rouse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rouse

verb /rauz/
to awaken despertar I’ll rouse you at 6 o’clock.
to stir or excite despertar Her interest was roused by what he said.
rousing adjective
stirring; exciting conmovedor; entusiasta, caluroso a rousing speech.
(Definition of rouse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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