Sinónimos de arise
to come into noticeif a problem arises later in pregnancy
We cannot say for sure what will happen.
The fire is thought to have started in an upstairs room.
It began as a local festival.
If the explanation is right, two things will follow.
A tinny voice issued from a speaker.
Many hair problems result from what you eat.
A woman appeared at the far end of the street.
a problem which developed from a leg injury
He was waiting outside as she emerged from the building.
The deaths occurred when troops tried to disperse the demonstrators.
spring, , ,
The art springs from the country's Muslim heritage.
The dish originated in North Africa.
A brief but violent scuffle ensued.
A lasting solution to this problem can only come about through dialogue.
They commenced a systematic search of the area.
come to light,
The aroma of burning wood emanated from the stove.
crop up (informal),
As we get older health problems often crop up.
come into being,
None of the anticipated difficulties materialized.
to get or stand up(old-fashioned) I arose from the chair and left.
to get or stand upHe arose at 6:30 a.m. as usual.
He was snoring when I awakened him.
get out of bed
the flat terrace, from which arises the volume of the house
They ascended 55,900 feet in their balloon.
The sun had risen high in the sky.
The fog had lifted and revealed a warm sunny day.
She was mounting the stairs to the tower.
My Tokyo-bound plane climbed above the city.
The coach stood up and towered over them.
Buzzards soar overhead at a great height.
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in the sense of appear
to come into sightA woman appeared at the far end of the street.
in the sense of awaken
to awakeHe was snoring when I awakened him.
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