Hindi translation of 'rise'
rise /raɪz राइज़्/
Word forms: rises, rising, rose, risen /ˈrɪzən ˈरिज़न्/
1. intransitive verb
If something rises or rises up, it moves upwards.
Black smoke rose from one building.
2. intransitive verb
When you rise, you stand up.[formal]
Luther rose slowly from the chair.
3. intransitive verb
When you rise, you get out of bed.[written]
Tony had risen early.
4. intransitive verb
When the sun or moon rises, it appears from below the horizon.
5. intransitive verb
If land rises, it slopes upwards.
On the right, the land rose sharply.
6. intransitive verb, countable noun
If an amount rises, or if there is a rise in an amount, the amount increases.
वृद्धि होना/वृद्धि nf
Profits rose from £842,000 to £1.82m.
He has got a pay rise of nearly £4,000.
rise from x to y
rise by x
a rise in something
a rise in profits/prices/rates/costs/sales/value
a rise in unemployment/temperature/number/crime
see/report/expect/predict/show a rise
a sharp/rapid/further/recent/huge rise
a pay/price/tax/interest-rate rise
SET PHRASESrise and fall
7. intransitive verb, singular noun
If someone rises to a higher position or status, they become more powerful or successful. You can also talk about someone's rise.
उन्नति करना/उन्नति nf
He has risen rapidly through the ranks of government.
...the rise of Martin Luther King.
8. intransitive verb
If a sound rises, it becomes louder or higher.
His voice rose to a scream.
If something gives rise to an event or situation, it causes that event or situation to happen.
10. to rise to the challenge → see challenge
If you rise above a problem, you do not allow it to affect you.
We must rise above our circumstances.
When the people in a country rise up, they rebel against the people in authority and start fighting them.
विद्रोह में उठ खड़े होना
You should be careful not to confuse the verbs rise and raise. Rise is an intransitive verb and means 'to go up by itself', whereas raise is a transitive verb and means 'to put or push something up'. Rise cannot be used in the passive. The number of dead is likely to rise. ...the government's decision to raise prices.
The people rose up against their rulers.
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Example Sentences Including 'rise'
In Leviticus or somewhere...' Wesley refused to rise to her.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
I sat and watched the sun set and the moon rise , and the white bones began to glimmer in their graves.NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A Collection of Short Stories
But for some reason, she felt compelled to rise to the challenge.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'rise' in Other Languages
- Arabic: زِيَادَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: aumento preço
- Chinese: 上涨
- Croatian: povišica
- Czech: zvýšení cen apod.
- Danish: stigning
- Dutch: verhoging
- European Spanish: elevación
- Finnish: nousu
- French: élévation
- German: Aufstehen
- Greek: αύξηση
- Italian: ascesa
- Japanese: 上昇
- Korean: 상승
- Norwegian: økning
- Polish: wzrost podwyższenie
- Portuguese: aumento preço
- Romanian: majorare majorări
- Russian: подъем
- Spanish: elevación
- Swedish: ökning
- Thai: เพิ่มขึ้น
- Turkish: doğrulma
- Ukrainian: підвищення
- Vietnamese: sự tăng lên
- Arabic: يَرْتَفِعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: levantar-se
- Chinese: 升起
- Croatian: dizati
- Czech: stoupat zvedat se
- Danish: stige
- Dutch: stijgen
- European Spanish: elevar
- Finnish: nousta nousta ylös
- French: monter
- German: aufstehen
- Greek: εγείρω
- Italian: sorgere
- Japanese: 立ち上がる
- Korean: 일어나다
- Norwegian: øke
- Polish: podnieść się podnosić się
- Portuguese: levantar-se
- Romanian: a se ridica
- Russian: подниматься
- Spanish: elevarse
- Swedish: öka
- Thai: ลุกขึ้น
- Turkish: doğrulmak
- Ukrainian: підійматися піднятися
- Vietnamese: bay lên
Translation of rise from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary