Word: raise

Category: raise

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Related words: raise

raise up, raise money, pay raise, raise your glass, credit score, raise credit score, lateral raise, leg raise, raise your weapon, raise your voice, k michelle, raise your dongers, rear delt raise, raise minimum wage, deadmau5, dumbbell lateral raise, raise testosterone, calf raise

Synonyms: raise

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

Translations: raise

spanish
empinar, realzar, alzar, ascender, enarbolar, ...


german
hervorrufen, hochheben, steigern, gehaltszulage, lupfen, ...

french
revivifier, causer, dresser, animer, occasionner, ...

italian
alzare, costruire, elevare, aumentare, sollevare, ...

portuguese
elevar, erguer, suspender, erigir, altear, ...

dutch
opslaan, dresseren, tillen, ophogen, opfokken, ...

russian
поднять, вскармливать, воскресить, приподняться, вздуваться, ...

norwegian
oppfostre, heve, løfte, forhøye

swedish
lyfta, uppföra, höja, öka, bygga

finnish
aiheuttaa, palkankorotus, nostaa, rakentaa, lisätä, ...

danish
hæve, løfte, avle, opdrage

czech
vzkřísit, najímat, vztyčit, budovat, způsobit, ...

polish
rozbudzić, wychować, hodować, budować, podnosić, ...

turkish
kaldırmak, yükseltmek, çoğaltmak

greek
αναστηλώνω, υψώνω, ανατρέφω, σηκώνω

ukrainian
дощової, дощовий, дощовою, дощовій

albanian
rrit, ngre, çoj

belarusian
аддаваць, аддаць, абрабiць

estonian
tõstma, kasvatama

croatian
kopati, probuditi, prestati, potaknuti, povećati

icelandic
hækka, reisa

latin
erigo

lithuanian
sklaidytis

latvian
celt, izklīst, paaugstināt, palielināt, pastiprināt, ...

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The meaning and "use of": raise

noun
  • an increase in salary.
  • (in poker or brag) an increase in a stake.
  • an act of lifting or raising a part of the body while holding a weight.

verb
  • lift or move to a higher position or level.
  • increase the amount, level, or strength of.
  • cause to occur or be considered.
  • collect, levy, or bring together (money or resources).
  • bring up (a child).
  • bring (someone) back from death.
  • abandon or force an enemy to abandon (a siege, blockade, or embargo).
  • drive (an animal) from its lair.
  • stimulate production of (an antiserum, antibody, or other biologically active substance) against the appropriate target cell or substance.

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