English to Latin Meaning of rise - resurgemus

Rise :

ortus, resurgemus, motus, repurgationem,, fons, augere, incrementum, elevare, melius, clivum Olivarum, conversione, peperit, Fabricatio, emanationis, florentissimae, aurora, Surgens, tumultuari, idolorum dormiunt, passer, ascenditur, acclivitas lente, species, felicitatem, floruerunt, progressio, ascendentes, sedendum, scandere ascendit,, ascensionem

surrecturus sit, crescere, resurgemus, surgere, ascenditur, evenit, veni, perveniet, videtur, accipere locum,, fieri, ascendit, Surge sursus, Ascendo, vigemusque, prosperabuntur, praemissi cumulant, quaestum, floruerunt, impetus, augere, facti magna, peperit, causam, genuit autem, exitus, intonsaque caelo, augeretis, et de incremento, germinare, transiet, gradiemur, inter se congruere, movere deinceps, facere, meliorem, proficiscentur, melior, ditandum, i sursum, procurro, immittere, salire, conjectus, germinabunt, conualescere, strenuus facti sunt, acutus factus est, ex, natus est, educ tecum,, tumultuari, produci possunt, manant,, seditionem coeptabat, militare, scandalizabimini in nocte, transpicere, ostende

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Definitions of rise in English
Noun(1) a growth in strength or number or importance(2) the act of changing location in an upward direction(3) an upward slope or grade (as in a road(4) a movement upward(5) the amount a salary is increased(6) the property possessed by a slope or surface that rises(7) a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground(8) (theology(9) an increase in cost(10) increase in price or value
Verb(1) move upward(2) increase in value or to a higher point(3) rise to one's feet(4) rise up(5) come to the surface(6) come into existence; take on form or shape(7) move to a better position in life or to a better job(8) go up or advance(9) become more extreme(10) get up and out of bed(11) rise in rank or status(12) become heartened or elated(13) exert oneself to meet a challenge(14) take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance(15) increase in volume(16) come up, of celestial bodies
Examples of rise in English
(1) The mist started rise higher into the sky and the surroundings became clearer.(2) the wind continued to rise(3) Future generations will have to find some other way to rise up against their parents.(4) Up from Baikal's shore, mountains rise sharply for a vertical mile, towering high as the canyon rim above the Colorado River.(5) Christy stared mutely out the window as the church's steeple loomed into view over the rise of the next hill.(6) It has been a rapid rise for the former revenue official from Raheny in north Dublin.(7) Suddenly, she felt goosebumps rise on her arms and she shivered.(8) If anything its enormous decline has beaten its meteoric rise back in the halcyon days.(9) Part of me would like to believe that things like this will strike a chord within us all, making us rise up and say ÔÇÿNO, we will not have it!ÔÇÖ(10) Finally, she crested a rise and the town came into view.(11) Finally opening her eyes, she noted that, other than the shallow rise and fall of his chest, there was no movement coming from him.(12) non-supervisory staff were given a 5 per cent rise(13) How do you explain the rise of indigenous movements in Bolivia and the rest of Latin America?(14) few models have had such a meteoric rise(15) Is it a challenge to stay level headed given you've had a meteoric rise in terms of your acting career?(16) China's rise is all the more remarkable for its speed.
Related Phrases of rise
(1) rise up ::
Surge sursus
(2) rise against ::
(3) give rise to ::
(4) rise and fall ::
surgere et cadere
(5) high-rise ::
alta insula
(6) rise above ::
(7) pay rise ::
stipendium ortum
(8) on the rise ::
in ortum
(9) rise again ::
adiciet ut resurgat
1. increase ::
2. improvement ::
3. progress ::
4. slope ::
5. hike ::
6. lift ::
7. ascending ::
8. salary increase ::
salarium incremento
9. raise ::
10. upgrade ::
11. advance ::
12. rising ::
13. emanation ::
15. loom ::
16. go up ::
i sursum
17. improve ::
18. get higher ::
ut altiorem
21. adjourn ::
22. make progress ::
23. react to ::
24. come back to life ::
Venit ad vitae
25. swell ::
tumescente putrescat
26. rebel ::
27. originate in ::
per originate
28. brighten ::
Clara serenatis
29. slope upward ::
altior fastigio
30. arise ::
surrecturus sit
31. climb up ::
32. climb ::
33. heighten ::
praemissi cumulant
34. resurrect ::
Et resurgent
35. rise up ::
Surge sursus
36. prove ::
37. develop ::
38. come up ::
39. lift ::
40. ascend ::
1. contract ::
2. decrease ::
pauci numero
3. diminish ::
4. dwindle ::
5. lessen ::
6. recede ::
7. wane ::
Sicut splendor fulguris
Different Forms
rise, rises, rising, risings
Word Example from TV Shows
Rise up against them
and they could destroy us.

Rise up against them and they could destroy us.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3

that the Drowned God would rise up
and destroy Aegon the Conqueror.

that the Drowned God would RISE up and destroy Aegon the Conqueror.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 5

You will make kings rise and fall.

You will make kings RISE and fall.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6

We don't have enough men to hold the North
if the other houses rise up against us.

We don't have enough men to hold the North if the other houses RISE up against us.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3

Rise. Remove your helm.

Rise. Remove your helm.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3

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