rise = levantarse intransitive verb

rise = ascensión noun

1rise

/ˈraɪz/ intransitive verb
intransitive verb
rose, risen, rising

Spanish Translation of RISE

intransitive verb
1
get up : levantarse
to rise to one's feetponerse de pie
2
: elevarse, alzarse
the mountains rose to the westlas montañas se elevaron al oeste
3
: salir (dícese del sol y de la luna)
4
: subir (dícese de las aguas, del humo, etc.)
the river roselas aguas del río subieron de nivel
let the dough risedejar subir la masa
my spirits roseme animé
7
to rise in rank : ascender
8
to rise to the occasion : estar a la altura de las circunstancias
9
to rise up rebel : sublevarse, rebelarse

2rise

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of RISE

1
ascent : ascensión feminine, subida feminine
2
origin : origen masculine
3
elevation : elevación feminine
4
increase : subida feminine, aumento masculine, alzamiento masculine
on the riseen alza, en ascenso
5
slope : pendiente feminine, cuesta feminine
6
to get a rise out of provoke : provocar, fastidiar
7
to give rise to cause : causar, dar origen a

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