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advance
appear
ascend
begin
gain
• get up
• go up
grow
increase
mount
mutiny
originate
rebel
revolt
riot
stand
start

反义词
descend
set

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词组、短语、俚语及习惯用语
• rise a step in sb.'s opinion
变得较受某人重视。
• rise above self
舍己为人。
• rise again
死而复生。
• rise and fall sawing machine
升降圆锯机。
• rise and falling saw
升降锯机。
• rise at a feather
一碰就发火。
• rise clause
运保费上涨归买方负担的条款。
• rise from the dead
死后复活。
• rise from the gutter
从微贱中发迹。
• rise from the ranks
由寒微发迹。
• rise in opposition to
起来反对。
• rise in price
价格上涨。
• rise in revolt
暴发叛乱,起来反抗。
• rise in the world
飞黄腾达。
• rise of floor
船底倾斜度。
• rise of stock
提高股票牌价,股票行市上涨。
• rise on the knees
站起来。
• rise superior to
不为所动,不受影响。
• rise time correction
脉冲前沿校正,上升时间校正。
• rise time response
上升时间响应。
• rise to a bait
上钩,上圈套。
• rise to distinction
出名。
• rise to fame and fortune
成名致富。
• rise to one's feet
站起来。
• rise to order
(议员)起立提出程序问题。起立质询有关违反议事规程的事。
• rise to the bait
(鱼)上钩。[喻]上当受骗,上圈套。
• rise to the challenge
接受挑战。
• rise to the emergency
能够应付紧急事变。
• rise to the fly
上钩,上当。
• rise to the occasion
应付自如。


rise

rise的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [raiz]
KK音标发音: [raɪz]

rise的词性:
v.(动词)

rose[r?z] risen[r1z“…n] risingrises

rise的词性:
v.intr.(不及物动词)

1. To assume a standing position after lying, sitting, or kneeling.
起立,站起:在躺下,坐下或跪下之后恢复站立的位置

2. To get out of bed:
起床:

用法与例句:

rose at dawn.
天亮时就起床了

3. To move from a lower to a higher position; ascend:
开起:从较低的位置移动至较高的位置;上升:

用法与例句:

Hot air rises.
热空气升起来了

4. To increase in size, volume, or level:
增多,升高,上涨:在尺寸,体积或水平方面增长、提高:

用法与例句:

The river rises every spring.
每年春天河水都要上涨

5. To increase in number, amount, or value:
增加:在数目、数量或价值方面的增长:

用法与例句:

Prices are rising.
物价正在上涨

6. To increase in intensity, force, or speed:
增强:在强烈程度,力量或速度方面的增长:

用法与例句:

The wind has risen.
风力增强了

7. To increase in pitch or volume:
变响,提高:音调或音量的增加:

用法与例句:

The sound of their voices rose and fell.
他们的声音时大时小

8. To appear above the horizon:
升起:出现在地平线之上:

用法与例句:

The sun rises later in the fall.
秋季的太阳升起较晚

9. To extend upward; be prominent:
矗立:往上伸展;突出:

用法与例句:

The tower rose above the hill.
这座塔矗立于小山之上

10. To slant or slope upward:
隆起:倾斜上升,向上倾斜:

用法与例句:

Mount McKinley rises to 6,197.6 meters (20,320 feet).
麦金利山倾斜向上直达6,197.6米(20,320英尺)

11. To come into existence; originate.
发源;起源

12. To be erected:
矗立:

用法与例句:

New buildings are rising in the city.
城市里新的高楼大厦不断地被建起来

13. To appear at the surface of the water or the earth; emerge.
浮起:出现在地球或水域的表面上;出现

14. To puff up or become larger; swell up:
发起,发酵胀起:吹起来或变得更大;隆起:

用法与例句:

The bread dough should rise to double its original size.
生面团发起之后应该有它原来体积的两倍那么大

15. To become stiff and erect.
挺起:变得坚硬而竖起

16. To attain a higher status:
地位升高:获得更高的地位:

用法与例句:

an officer who rose through the ranks.
地位一步步升高的军官

17. To become apparent to the mind or senses:
浮现:在大脑或感官中变得更明显:

用法与例句:

Old fears rose to haunt me.
旧日的恐惧再度笼罩着我

18. To uplift oneself to meet a demand or challenge:
激流勇进:振奋精神以迎接要求或挑战:

用法与例句:

She rose to the occasion and won the election.
她抓住时机振奋精神,一举赢得了选举

19. To return to life.
复活

20. To rebel:
起义:

用法与例句:

“the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government”(Abraham Lincoln)
“揭竿而起推翻现存政府的权利”(亚伯拉罕·林肯)

21. To close a session of an official assembly; adjourn.
休会,闭会:结束官方会议的一个期间;休会

rise的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

22. To cause to rise.
使上升,使升高

23. To cause (a distant object at sea) to become visible above the horizon by advancing closer.
使出现:通过向其靠近而使(海上远距离物体)出现在地平线之上而被看见

rise的词性:
n.(名词)

24. The act of rising; ascent.
上升:上升的动作;升高

25. The degree of elevation or ascent.
垂直高度:上升或升高的程度

26. The appearance of the sun or other celestial body above the horizon.
开,启:太阳或其他天体出现在地平线之上

27. An increase in height, as of the level of water.
上涨,上升,升高:高度的升高,如水平线

28. A gently sloped hill.
岗,坡,丘:缓缓倾斜的小山

29. A long, broad elevation that slopes gently from the earth's surface or the ocean floor.
斜坡:从地球表面或海底缓缓倾斜的长而宽的高地

30. An origin, a beginning, or a source:
起源,开始或来源:

用法与例句:

the rise of a river.
一条河流的起源

31. Occasion or opportunity:
时机,机会:

用法与例句:

facts that give rise to doubts about her motives.
使人对她的动机产生怀疑的事实

32. The emergence of a fish seeking food or bait at the water's surface.
游出水面:小鱼为了寻求食物或诱饵而出现在水面之上

33. An increase in price, worth, quantity, or degree.
上涨,增加,升高:物价、价值、数量或程度的增加

34. An increase in intensity, volume, or pitch.
增高,提高,增大:浓度、体积容量或音调的增加

35. Elevation in status, prosperity, or importance:
升高,兴起:地位、繁荣或重要性的升高:

用法与例句:

the family's rise in New York society.
某家族在纽约社会的兴起

36. The height of a flight of stairs or of a single riser.
级高:一段楼梯或一单块楼梯竖板的高度

37. Chiefly British An increase in salary or wages; a raise.
【多用于英国】 加薪:工资或薪水的增加;增加

38. Informal An angry or irritated reaction:
【非正式用语】 生气:生气或者愤怒的反映:

用法与例句:

finally got a rise out of her.
她终于怒火中烧

rise的词源:

39. Middle English risen
中古英语 risen

40. from Old English rosan
源自 古英语 rosan

【近义词】

riseascendclimbsoartowermountsurge

41. These verbs are compared as they mean to move upward from a lower to a higher position.
当这些动词表示从某个较低的位置向某个较高的位置向上移动的意思时,他们均可进行比较。

42. Rise has the widest range of application:
Rise 的用法最为广泛:

用法与例句:

We rose at dawn.
我们天亮时就起身了。

用法与例句:

The sun rises early in the summer.
夏天的太阳出来得早。

用法与例句:

Fog was rising from the pond.
雾正从池塘中升起。

用法与例句:

Prices rise and fall.
物价时涨时落。

43. Ascend frequently suggests a gradual step-by-step rise:
Ascend 则通常表示一步一步逐渐地上升:

用法与例句:

The plane took off and ascended steadily until it was out of sight.
飞机起飞之后平稳地逐渐升空直到消失在视野之外。

用法与例句:

“Ascend above the restrictions and conventions of the world, but not so high as to lose sight of them” (Richard Garnett).
“上升到超越世俗的限制和风俗习惯的高度,但是不要高到看不见它们” (理查德·加尼特)。

44. Climb connotes steady, often effortful progress, as against gravity:
Climb 意指平稳,常常付出努力的前进,如为克服地球引力:

用法与例句:

“still climbing after knowledge infinite” (Christopher Marlowe).
“为追求无边无际的知识而永远攀登” (克里斯托弗·马娄)。

用法与例句:

“You climb up through the little grades and then get to the top” (John Updike).
“你穿越每一个小等级不断地往上爬,然后就会到达顶点” (约翰·厄普代克)。

45. Soar implies effortless ascent to a great height:
Soar 表示毫不费劲地上升到很高的高度:

用法与例句:

A lone condor soared above the Andean peaks.
一只孤独无伴的大秃鹫翱翔在安第斯山峰的上空。

用法与例句:

“Well is it known that ambition can creep as well as soar” (Edmund Burke). To tower is to attain a height or prominence exceeding that of anything in the surroundings:
“世人皆知,抱负既能飞腾也能爬行” (爱德蒙·伯克)。Tower 表示获得超出周围任何物体的高度或声望:

用法与例句:

“the tall Lombardy poplar . . . towering high above all other trees” (W.H. Hudson).
“高大的箭杆杨…超出任何其他树的高度” (W.H.哈得孙)。

用法与例句:

Bach's gifts towered over those of his contemporaries.
巴赫的天赋超过他所有同时代的人。

46. Mount in this comparison connotes progressive climb to a higher level:
Mount 与这些词相比较时表示朝更高水平的前进的攀登:

用法与例句:

Water mounted in the ship's hold.
船的盛水器中水不断上涨。

用法与例句:

The blood mounted to her cheeks.
血涌向她的脸颊。

用法与例句:

Our expenses mounted fearfully.
我们的花销增涨得惊人。

47. Surge implies a tumultuous swelling or heaving force like that of waves:
Surge 表示(波浪等的)激烈的膨胀或沉重的力量:

用法与例句:

The crowd of pedestrians surged ahead when the light turned green.
当灯光变成绿色时,行人猛烈地向前涌动。

用法与例句:

I could feel indignation surging up in me. See also Synonyms at beginning, stem 1
我感到一般愤怒之火正在心中急剧膨胀 参见同义词 beginningstem1