rise

rise
I
n.
origin

1) to give rise to

angry reaction

2) to get a rise out of smb.

pay increase

(BE)

3) an across-the-board rise

4) a rise in (wages) (AE has raise)

increase

5) a sharp rise

6) a rise in (a rise in prices)

7) on the rise (prices are on the rise)

success

8) a meteoric rise

II
v.

1) (D; intr.) ('to revolt') to rise against (to rise against tyranny)

2) (D; intr.) ('to ascend') to rise from (smoke rose from the chimney)

3) (d; intr.) ('to be resurrected') to rise from (to rise from the dead; to rise from the ashes)

4) (d; intr.) ('to ascend') to rise to (to rise to the surface; to rise to one's feet)

5) (d; intr.) ('to be equal') to rise to (to rise to the challenge; can you rise to the occasion?)

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[raɪz]
['angry reaction'] to get a rise out of smb.
['increase'] a sharp rise
['origin'] to give rise to
['pay increase'] (BE) an across-the-board rise
['success'] a meteoric rise
a rise in (AE has raise; wages)
a rise in (a rise in prices)
on the rise (prices are on the rise)
(D; intr.) ('to ascend') to rise from (smoke rose from the chimney)
(D; intr.) ('to revolt') to riseagainst (to rise against tyranny)
(d; intr.) ('to be equal') to rise to (to rise to the challenge; can you rise to the occasion?)
(d; intr.) ('to ascend') to rise to (to rise to the surface; to rise to one's feet)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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