- n. 上升；增高；高地
- vt. 升起；举起；饲养；提出；引起；筹集，募集
- 竖起，举起， 扬起，抬起，立起
- vt. 提起,举起,竖起 lift; push or move upward
- vt. 增加; 提升 increase in amount, size, etc.; bring to a higher level, rank, or degree
- vt. 抚养 produce, cause to grow or develop, and look after (living things)
- [C](工资,薪金的)提升,增加 a salary raise
the amount a salary is increased;
"he got a 3% raise"
"he got a wage hike"
an upward slope or grade (as in a road);
"the car couldn't make it up the rise"
increasing the size of a bet (as in poker);
"I'll see your raise and double it"
the act of raising something;
"he responded with a lift of his eyebrow"
"fireman learn several different raises for getting ladders up"
raise the level or amount of something;
"raise my salary"
"raise the price of bread"
raise from a lower to a higher position;
"Raise your hands"
"Lift a load"
cause to be heard or known; express or utter;
"raise a shout"
"raise a protest"
"raise a sad cry"
collect funds for a specific purpose;
"The President raised several million dollars for his college"
cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques;
"The Bordeaux region produces great red wines"
"They produce good ham in Parma"
"We grow wheat here"
"We raise hogs here"
"raise a family"
"bring up children"
summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic;
"raise the specter of unemployment"
"he conjured wild birds in the air"
"call down the spirits from the mountain"
"lift one's eyes"
construct, build, or erect;
"Raise a barn"
call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses);
"raise a smile"
create a disturbance, especially by making a great noise;
"raise the roof"
raise in rank or condition;
"The new law lifted many people from poverty"
"This will enhance your enjoyment"
"heighten the tension"
give a promotion to or assign to a higher position;
"John was kicked upstairs when a replacement was hired"
"Women tend not to advance in the major law firms"
"I got promoted after many years of hard work"
cause to puff up with a leaven;
bid (one's partner's suit) at a higher level
bet more than the previous player
cause to assemble or enlist in the military;
"raise an army"
"recruit new soldiers"
put forward for consideration or discussion;
"raise the question of promotions"
"bring up an unpleasant topic"
pronounce (vowels) by bringing the tongue closer to the roof of the mouth;
"raise your `o'"
activate or stir up;
"raise a mutiny"
establish radio communications with;
"They managed to raise Hanoi last night"
multiply (a number) by itself a specified number of times: 8 is 2 raised to the power 3
bring (a surface or a design) into relief and cause to project;
invigorate or heighten;
"lift my spirits"
"lift his ego"
put an end to;
"lift a ban"
"raise a siege"
cause to become alive again;
"raise from the dead"
"Slavery is already dead, and cannot be resurrected"
- The percentage of the pay raise equals the increase in prices.
- He got a raise in monthly wages.
- The first thing that we did when we conquered the town was to haul down the enemy's flag and raise our own.
- The guesture might come from Rome, when people raise the right hand to show their extolling and respect for the empire.
- Many western countries raise and butcher a large number of beef cattle.
- I had asked everyone to raise questions in advance of the meeting.
- I wonder how he actually plucked up his nerve to raise that ridiculous question.
- Your speech and action will raise Cain.
- These two-way TV systems raise serious questions about privacy.
- When he saw the principal, he raised his hand in salutation.
- I'll raise both hands in favour of damming the river.
- From then on we raised our heads and became our own masters.
- Slowly he raised his bow and began to take aim at the bird.
- Raise the overturned lamp.
- The car raised a dust as it went by.
- They raised their output by more than half in less than three years.
- We must do everything we can to raise the people's living standards.
- None of them raised any objection.
- Why didn't you raise the question at the meeting?
- As no one raised his voice against the plan, it was agreed on.
- They decided to raise money by subscription.
- How were they going to raise enough money for it?
- They helped us to raise the 200,000 yuan fund for the school buildings.
- They are proud to have raised such a fine son.
- They increased their income by raising silkworms and so on.
- The old man likes raising rabbits, chickens, dogs and horses.
- They distinguished themselves by raising 180 kg of ginned cotton per mu last year.
- This will enable them to raise bigger crops.
- They raised five thousand chrysanthemums last year.
- According to the school regulation anyone who raises the devil on the school campus will be punished.
- The children are raising the devil in the next room, tell them to keep quiet.
- The disco party raised the roof until the small hours of the morning.
- He would raise the roof over her slightest mistake or shortcoming.
- What he said to me raised my hopes.
- They were all looking a bit miserable but Barry soon raised a laugh by telling a few jokes.
- Brenda's ambition is to get a supervisor's job, but I've raised my sights a bit higher than that.
- He raised a row when he found that someone had damaged the machine.
- Dad raised an awful stink when he saw what the children's cricket match had done to the lawn.
- Don't raise your voice to me!
- We all raised our eyebrows when we heard that two young men had beaten a tiger to death bare-handed.
- Many people raised their eyebrows at the news that their director had been removed from office.
- I think we should raise our glasses to our hostess.
- I raise my glass to the happy pair, wishing them a long life together.
- Ladies and Gentlemen, please raise your glasses to the bride and bridegroom.
- At the dinner, we all raised our glasses to the eighty-year-old man, wishing him a happy birthday.
- Don't you dare raise a hand to my son!
- Like all children, my boys were naughty when they were young, but I never raised a hand to them.
- He was good-tempered and never raised his hand to his children.
- The water level has been raised by 1.1 metres.
- The building was raised on level ground.
- That was the way he was raised.
- She was raised in Guangzhou.
- We want to raise our children to be decent men and women.
- You raise your voice to be loud!
- Water raised by the electrified pumping stations poured into the terraced fields.
- He went to ask for a raise.
- The workers went on strike for a raise.
- The trade unions bargained away their rights in exchange for a small pay raise.
- raise to (v.+prep.)
提到; 提升到 heighten; promote
raise sb/sth to sth
She raised her finger to her lips as a sign of silence.
She raised the fallen child to his feet.
He was raised to the position of manager.
His salary was raised to 2000 dollars a year.
- raise a family 养家
- raise a laugh 引起哄笑
- raise an army 募兵
- raise chickens 养鸡
- raise funds 筹集资金
- raise glasses 举杯
- raise money 募款
- raise one's hand 举手
- raise one's voice 提高声音
- raise price 提高价格
- raise the baby 喂养孩子
- raise the daily output 提高日产量
- raise agreeably 令人愉快地举起
- raise angrily 愤怒地举起
- raise bravely 勇敢地举起
- raise casually 漫不经心地举起
- raise cheerfully 兴高采烈地举起
- raise consistently 一致地举起
- raise constantly 不断地举起
- raise cunningly 巧妙地举起
- raise daintily 斯文地举起
- raise daringly 大胆地举起
- raise deliberately 故意举起
- raise delicately 微妙地举起
- raise desperately 不顾一切地举起
- raise discreetly 小心地举起
- raise episodically 偶尔举起
- raise eventually 最终举起
- raise extemporaneously 临时举起
- raise finally 最终举起
- raise frequently 不断地举起
- raise gradually 渐渐地举起
- raise hastily 急速地举起
- raise heartlessly 无意地举起
- raise hideously 令人惊骇地举起
- raise insistently 坚决地举起
- raise insolently 傲慢地举起
- raise instinctively 本能地举起
- raise involuntarily 不由自主地举起
- raise momentarily 顷刻之间举起
- raise noiselessly 静静地举起
- raise purposely 特意地举起
- raise rapidly 迅速举起
- raise reluctantly 不情愿地举起
- raise resolutely 果断地举起
- raise satisfactorily 令人满意地举起
- raise significantly 意味深长地举起
- raise speedily 快速地举起
- raise stoutly 有力地举起
- raise successfully 成功地举起
- raise symbolically 象征性地举起
- raise unanimously 一致举起
- raise unscrupulously 肆无忌惮地举起
- raise victoriously 成功地举起
- raise vigorously 有力地举起
- raise from 把…从…举起
- raise oneself upon a tiptoe 踮起脚尖站着
- raise to 把…举起到…
- raise sb to a higher position 把某人提升到较高的职位
Take my hand and raise me.出自： E. W. Lane
- raise只用作及物动词,接名词、代词作宾语,偶尔也接以“to be+ n./adj. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。
- raise在美式英语中有“饲养，抚养”的意思，如 raise cattle（饲养牲口）和raise children（抚养孩子）。相对应的英式英语则是breed cattle和rear children；
- raise在美式英语中还有“增加”的意思，通常指工资等的上升，如a raise in/of salary。英式英语中习惯用rise或increase去替换该词；
- raise, rise
- 1.raise是及物动词,其主语通常是人; 而rise是不及物动词,其主语通常是物。例如:
- I feel I must raise my voice against suggested changes in the law.我认为我必须对该法律所提出的修改条款提出反对。
- The sun rises and bathes the earth.太阳升起,普照大地。
- The price of TV sets has been raised re- cently.
- The price of TV sets has risen recently.
- raise, boost, elevate, enhance, exalt, grow, heighten, hoist, lift
- 1.raise 含有使物体达到应有的高度的含义,可表示“升职”。
- Reading good books elevates your mind.阅读好书能增进你的心灵修养。
- The good news elevated everyone's spirits.这个好消息鼓舞了每个人的精神。
- This window will not lift.这个窗户推不上去。
- The low clouds began to lift.低空的云开始上升。
- He lifted a heavy stone.他举起了一块重石。
- The manager exalted many of his friends.经理提拔了他的许多朋友。
- She thanked the President to exalt her.她感谢总统提拔她。
- It is reported that they will boost the price of crude oil by another 30 yuan a barrel for exportation.据说他们要把出口的原油价格每桶又提高30元。
- A beautiful garden enhances the appearance of a house.有个美丽的花园可使房屋更美丽。
- The growth of a city often enhances the value of land close to it.城市的发展常常会提高其附近的地价。
- This only heightens our admiration.这只能使我们更加敬佩。
- The building had been heightened by the addition of the second storey.这幢楼房从两层楼往上又加高了一层。
- Babies grow very quickly.小孩长得很快。
- The crops are growing well.庄稼长势很好。
- Plants can't grow without water.没有水植物不能生长。
- The sailor hoisted the cargo on board.水手们用机器把货物装在船上。
- raise, bring up, grow up, rear
- The mother reared her children wisely.那位母亲很会教养自己的孩子。
- We reared our children to help others.我们教育子女要乐于助人。
- She likes rearing birds.她喜欢养鸟。
- He used to rear pigs.他以前养猪。
- 3.bring up是动词短语,作“抚养”解时无语体之分,侧重于童年时期的“精心教养”。例如:
- The woman brought up four children alone .那个妇女独自养育了四个孩子。
- He was brought up to believe that money is the most important thing in life.他所受的教养使他相信,金钱是生活中最重要的东西。
- 4.grow up的意思是“成长”,侧重于“达到成熟阶段”。例如:
- This bush has grown up a lot in the last few months.这矮树丛几个月来已向上长高了很多。
- Jane is growing up so fast,I think she's going to be a tall woman.简长得真快,我想她一定能长成一个高挑儿的姑娘。
- Stop acting like a child with your bad temper! Do grow up.别耍小孩子脾气了!快成熟点吧。
误 He rose his hand to ask a question.
正 He raised his hand to ask a question.女主人起身欢迎我们。
误 The hostess raised to greet us.
正 The hostess rose to greet us.
析 raise和rise都可表示“由低向上升高的动作或趋势”,但raise是及物动词,在主动句中其后必须有宾语; rise是不及物动词,后面不直接跟宾语。1949年10月1日,人们第一次看到五星红旗在天安门广场升起。
误 October 1,1949 saw the rising of the five-star red flag for the first time on Tian An Men Square.
正 October 1,1949 saw the raising of the five-star red flag for the first time on Tian An Men Square.
析 国旗是被升起的,不是自动上升的。因此, rising尽管形式不错,但意义不准确,应该用raising。他努力学习提高自己的英语水平。
误 He studies hard to raise his English level.
正 He studies hard to improve his English.
析 raise his English level是逐字直译的汉式英语,“提高英语水平”可用 improve one's English表达。
- ☆ 1200年左右进入英语，直接源自古北欧语的reisa，意为抬起，升起；最初源自古日耳曼语的raizjan。