Spanish translation of 'arise'
Word forms: arise, past tense arose [əˈrəʊz ], past participle arisen [əˈrɪzn ]
1. (= occur) surgir ⧫ presentarse
difficulties have arisen han surgido or se han presentado dificultades
a storm arose (literary) se levantó una tormenta
a great clamour arose (literary) se produjo un tremendo clamor
should the need arise de ser necesario
should the occasion arise si se presenta la ocasión
the question does not arise no hay tal problema ⧫ la cuestión no viene al caso
the question arises whether ... se plantea el problema de si ...
2. (= result) surgir
there are problems arising from his attitude surgen problemas a raíz de su actitud
matters arising (from the last meeting) asuntos pendientes (de la última reunión)
arising from this, can you say ...? partiendo de esta base, ¿puede usted decir ...?
3. (old-fashioned) (= get up) levantarse ⧫ alzarse
arise! (slogan) ¡arriba!
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Miles couldn't see Tory allowing such an intimate situation to arise between them again.THE ANCIENT FUTURE: THE DARK AGE (1996)
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British English: arise VERB
If a situation or problem arises, it begins to exist or people start to become aware of it.
The problem has arisen through innocent mistakes.
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