Word: lift

Category: lift

Autos & Vehicles, Beauty & Fitness, Health

Related words: lift

lift kit, butt lift, lift kits, jeep, lifestyle lift, brazilian butt lift, lift truck, breast lift, body lift, suspension, shark lift away, shark navigator, brazil butt lift, brazil, rough country, rough country lift, leg lift

Synonyms: lift

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: lift

spanish
hurtar, alzar, levantar, enarbolar, empinar, ...


german
mitfahrgelegenheit, hochziehen, heben, auftrieb, hebung, ...

french
relever, hausser, augmenter, hisser, exhausser, ...

italian
rialzare, ergere, sollevare, ascensore, levare, ...

portuguese
erguer, cultivar, melhorar, suspender, levantar, ...

dutch
fokken, ophalen, opslaan, verheffen, optillen, ...

russian
приподнять, возвысить, подносить, приподнимать, задрать, ...

norwegian
løfte, heis, forhøye, elevator, lette, ...

swedish
upprätta, hiss, lyfta, höja, upphäva

finnish
kumota, korottaa, nosto, pystyttää, pihistää, ...

danish
løfte, elevator, hæve

czech
povznést, zvedat, zdviž, zrušit, zdvihák, ...

polish
podnosić, winda, podwozić, podnośnik, wznoszenie, ...

hungarian
felvonó, lift, felemelés

turkish
kaldırmak, yükseltmek

greek
σηκώνω, ασανσέρ, υψώνω

ukrainian
довічний

albanian
ngre

estonian
tõstma, lift

croatian
dizalo, podizati, dizalica, podići, podizanje

lithuanian
liftas, sklaidytis

latvian
celtnis, izklīst, celt, lifts

romanian
lift

slovenian
dvigalo, vlečnica

slovak
výťah

Popularity stats: lift

Most searched by regions

Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota, Louisiana, Oklahoma

Most searched by cities

Denver, Oklahoma City, Houston, Dallas, New Orleans

The meaning and "use of": lift

noun
  • an act of lifting.
  • a free ride in another person's vehicle.
  • a feeling of encouragement or increased cheerfulness.

verb
  • raise to a higher position or level.
  • pick up and move to a different position.
  • raise (a person's spirits or confidence); encourage or cheer.
  • formally remove or end (a legal restriction, decision, or ban).
  • steal (something, especially a minor item of property).

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