rise

  基本词汇  
[raɪz]     [raɪz]    
  • vi. 上升;升起;增加;起床;反抗;复活
  • n. 上升;增加;斜坡;小山
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rise的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 上升,增加(量),上涨,提升,提高
  2. 发迹,兴盛
  3. 斜坡
  4. <英>加薪
  5. 高地
  6. 小山
  7. 出来,浮出
  8. 【打猎】鸟出窝
  9. 隆起(地)
  10. 涨价,腾贵
  11. 涨水
v. (动词)
  1. 提高,增加,增强
  2. 上涨,上升,升起,升高
  3. 起义,起来反抗
  4. 起立,起身,立起
  5. 高出,隆起
  6. 发源,起源
  7. 发生
  8. 高耸,耸起,直立
  9. <书>起床
  10. 【宗】复活,再生
  11. (使)浮上水面,浮起,诱出水面
  12. 发酵
  13. 休会
  14. 现出,出来
  15. 向上斜
  16. 使(鸟)飞起
  17. 举高,抬高(价格)
  18. 擢升
  19. 登(山)

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [S]上升,升起 upward movement
  2. [C]增加,增长 an increase in quantity, price, demand, etc.
  3. [U]兴起,发展 the act of growing more powerful, more active, or more widespread; development
  4. [C]斜坡,高岗 an upward slope
v. (动词)
  1. vi. 升高; 上升; 上涨 move from a lower to a higher level or position; go up; come up; appear above the horizon
  2. vi. 站起来; 起床 stand up from a lying, kneeling, or sitting position; get up
  3. vi. 起义; 反抗 begin to be active in opposition; rebel

英英释义

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);

    "the car couldn't make it up the rise"

  4. a movement upward;

    "they cheered the rise of the hot-air balloon"

  5. the amount a salary is increased;

    "he got a 3% raise"
    "he got a wage hike"

  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) the origination of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost;

    "the emanation of the Holy Spirit"
    "the rising of the Holy Ghost"
    "the doctrine of the procession of the Holy Spirit from the Father and the Son"

  9. an increase in cost;

    "they asked for a 10% rise in rates"

  10. increase in price or value;

    "the news caused a general advance on the stock market"

Verb:
  1. move upward;

    "The fog lifted"
    "The smoke arose from the forest fire"
    "The mist uprose from the meadows"

  2. increase in value or to a higher point;

    "prices climbed steeply"
    "the value of our house rose sharply last year"

  3. rise to one's feet;

    "The audience got up and applauded"

  4. rise up;

    "The building rose before them"

  5. come to the surface

  6. come into existence; take on form or shape;

    "A new religious movement originated in that country"
    "a love that sprang up from friendship"
    "the idea for the book grew out of a short story"
    "An interesting phenomenon uprose"

  7. move to a better position in life or to a better job;

  8. go up or advance;

    "Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"

  9. become more extreme;

    "The tension heightened"

  10. get up and out of bed;

    "I get up at 7 A.M. every day"
    "They rose early"
    "He uprose at night"

  11. rise in rank or status;

    "Her new novel jumped high on the bestseller list"

  12. become heartened or elated;

    "Her spirits rose when she heard the good news"

  13. exert oneself to meet a challenge;

    "rise to a challenge"
    "rise to the occasion"

  14. take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance

  15. increase in volume;

    "the dough rose slowly in the warm room"

  16. come up, of celestial bodies;

    "The sun also rises"
    "The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled..."
    "Jupiter ascends"

  17. return from the dead;

    "Christ is risen!"
    "The dead are to uprise"

rise的用法和样例:

例句

用作不及物动词 (vi.)
  1. The sun heats the earth, causing the air to rise and the winds to blow.
    太阳给地球热量,引起空气上升,刮起风来。
  2. The higher we rise, the smaller we appear to those who do not know how to fly.
    我们上升得越高,我们在那些不懂飞翔的人眼里就显得越遥远。
  3. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
    太阳从东方升起,在西方落下。
  4. In proportion as the sales increase the profit will rise.
    随着销售量增长,利润也成比例地增加。
  5. The next morning I was the first to rise.
    第二天早上,我是第一个起床的。
  6. The king's cruelty excited the people to rise against him.
    那个国王的残酷激起了人民起来反对他。
  7. Christians believe that Jesus rose from the dead on Easter Sunday.
    基督徒相信耶稣在那个星期日(後定为复活节)里复活了。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. I am reading a book about the rise and fall of the Roman Empire.
    我正在看一本关于罗马帝国兴衰的书。
  2. Experts say the figures for divorce are on the rise.
    专家称,离婚数量在增加。
  3. Tax revenue reached 1,637.1 billion yuan, a rise of 240 billion yuan in comparable terms.
    税收大幅度增长,全国财政收入达到16371亿元,按可比口径增加2400亿元。
  4. The length of the steps depends on the rise of the slope.
    台阶的长度远取决于斜坡的倾斜度。
  5. On mountain slopes that receive plentiful rainfall, huge Douglas firs rise in towering columns.
    在有充足降水的斜坡,巨大的道格拉斯枞树高耸入云。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. We watched the rise of the plane.
    我们注视飞机升上去。
  2. The cosmonauts photographed the rise of the sun in space.
    宇航员们拍摄了太空中日出的照片。
  3. There was a steep rise in prices.
    价格暴涨。
  4. This fall of prices is consequent on the rise in production.
    这次价格下降是生产提高的结果。
  5. High unemployment is not necessarily linked with the rise in prices.
    失业率高与物价上涨不一定有联系。
  6. The country has to face the rise in prices consequent on the failure of the crops.
    这个国家不得不面对由于庄稼歉收而引起的物价上涨。
  7. There's been a sharp rise in the cost of living.
    生活费用已急剧上涨。
  8. A stable currency contributes to the steady rise of living standards.
    稳定的货币有利于生活水平的稳步提高。
  9. The rise in electricity costs has added to our difficulties.
    电价上涨增加了我们的困难。
  10. One of the things causes a considerable rise in his blood pressure.
    这些东西当中有一种引起他的血压大幅上升。
  11. The rise in lung cancer was a consequence of cigarette smoking.
    肺癌的增加是吸烟的结果。
  12. They argued that only a negligible rise in atmosphere radioactivity resulted from the test.
    他们辩解说,由这次试验所造成的大气层放射活动的增加是微不足道的。
  13. The purpose was to halt the rise in the exchange rate of the Swiss franc.
    目的在于制止瑞士法郎汇率上涨。
  14. This rise and fall of the temperature is caused by the wind.
    气温升降是因风所致。
  15. There had been a sharp rise in the patient's temperature during the night.
    夜间病人的体温曾急剧上升。
  16. The rise in her temperature is giving cause for concern.
    她的体温增高引起大家的关切。
  17. I've just heard from Mike that we'll have a wage rise.
    我刚听迈克说,我们将涨工资。
  18. If I don't get a pay raise,I'll quit.
    若不给我加薪,我就不干了。
  19. He went to see the boss with the intention of asking for a pay raise.
    他带着要求增加工资的意图去见老板。
  20. We all got a £6-a-week rise last month.
    上个月我们所有人的周薪都增加了6英镑。
  21. His rise to power was very rapid.
    他很快掌握了大权。
  22. The rise of computer technology has transformed industry.
    计算机技术的兴起已经使工业为之改观。
  23. There's a slight rise in the road just before our house.
    这条公路正好在我们的房子前面有个向上的缓坡。
  24. We sat at the top of a small rise.
    我们坐在小丘的顶上。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. The sun rises and bathes the earth.
    太阳升起,普照大地。
  2. The river is rising after the rain.
    河水在雨后涨了起来。
  3. Many new factories have risen in the west part of the city.
    该市的西部建起了许多新工厂。
  4. She rises early in the morning.
    她早晨起得早。
  5. The wounded man fell and was too weak to rise.
    伤员跌倒了,由于身体太虚弱而无法爬起来。
  6. He rose himself completely, obliging me to rise, too, or I could not have supported him.
    他完全站了起来,迫使我也站了起来,否则我就不能扶住他。
  7. She rose to greet her guests.
    她起身迎接客人。
  8. Purchasing power has risen.
    购买力增长了。
  9. The rate of child birth is rising.
    儿童出生率在增长。
  10. Prices have risen recently but they may fall again.
    价格近来上涨,但还会降下来。
  11. The ground rises steadily.
    地势步步加高。
  12. The hills rise in the distance.
    远处的群山映入眼帘。
  13. Towering snowcapped peaks rise majestically.
    白雪皑皑的山峰耸入云霄。
  14. The news made our spirits rise once again .
    这消息使我们的精神再次振奋起来。
  15. Her voice rose higher and higher with excitement.
    她的嗓门因激动而越提越高。
  16. Where does the Nile rise?
    尼罗河发源于何处?
  17. The House rose at seven in the evening.
    议会晚上7时散去。
  18. The law court has risen.
    法庭已休庭。
  19. We will now rise for dinner.
    我们现在散会去吃饭。
用作系动词 S+~+ adj.
  1. The sun rises red.
    太阳升起红艳艳。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
get〔take〕 a rise out of
    戏弄某人使之厌烦或愤怒 cause sb to show annoyance or make an angry response by teasing, etc.
give rise to
    引起,导致 cause sth
用作动词 (v.)
rise above (v.+prep.)
    沾沾自喜 think one is better than one really is
    rise above sth

    The sun rises above the horizon.

    太阳升起在地平线上。

    That building rises above the other skyscrapers.

    那座大楼高出其他的摩天大楼。

    rise above sth/v-ing

    The Board rose above many problems and succeeded in setting up a new factory.

    董事会克服了许多困难,并成功地建立了一个新工厂。

    I thought you had risen above lying to your mother.

    我以为你克服了对你母亲说谎的毛病。

    rise above oneself

    The trouble with Wilma is that you pay her a few compliments and she immediately rises above herself.

    威尔玛的缺点是,你只要稍许赞扬她几句,她就会沾沾自喜。

rise against (v.+prep.)
    起来反抗 rebel against rule or rulers
    rise against sb/sth

    Driven beyond bearing, the peasants rose against the rulers of the Yuan Dynasty.

    在忍无可忍的情况下,农民们起来反抗元朝统治者。

    When did they rise against oppression?

    他们什么时候起来反抗压迫的?

rise from (v.+prep.)
    起源于,起因于… have as a starting point
    rise from sth

    All the guests rose from the table to drink the health of the happy pair.

    满堂宾客纷纷从桌旁站起,举杯祝贺这对幸福的人儿身体健康。

    Many famous cities rose from the ashes of war.

    许多著名城市在战争的废墟上又重建起来了。

    Bubbles are rising from the bottom of the boiling water.

    水泡从沸水的底部升到水面。

    rise from sb/sth

    The river rises from a spring.

    这条河发源于一处泉水。

    Trouble often rises from misunderstanding.

    麻烦往往是由误解引起的。

rise to (v.+prep.)
    上升到 move; float upwards towards sth
    rise to sth

    You can test eggs by putting them in water, a good egg will sink but a bad egg will rise to the surface.

    你可以把鸡蛋放入水中来检验它们的好坏,好蛋会下沉,而坏蛋会浮到水面上来。

    This young man should do well, and may even rise to great fame.

    这个年轻人一定会做得很出色,甚至还可能名扬四海。

    After many years of faithful service, the politician deserved to rise to the leadership of his party.

    经过多年勤勤恳恳地工作,这位政治家有资格升任为党的领袖。

rise up (v.+adv.)
    起来造反; 起义 refuse to obey those in power

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The Genoese, eager to repress the rise of 1734.

    出自: Boswell
  • The whole village would rise up against me.

    出自: A. S. Neill
  • On the night of 23rd October the native Irish rose.

    出自: D. Fraser

rise的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. rise的基本意思是指空间位置的上升运动,引申可指数量、价格、需求、生活、费用、体温等的“增加,增长”,是可数名词; 也可指某事物的“兴起,发展”,是不可数名词; 还可指工资的“增加”,是可数名词。
  2. rise还可指“斜坡,高岗”,是可数名词。
v. (动词)
  1. rise的基本意思是“从较低位置向上移动”,可引申为“晋升”“(潮水)上涨”。也可指人的站立、起立、起身、起床等; 日月星辰的出现; 土地、山、建筑的渐高; 价格、温度等的上升; 升降器、风筝、烟雾、鸟儿等飞起; 鱼类游上水; 气泡冒上水面; 风力增强; (情绪、精神)振奋; 感情的激起; 想法、想象浮现在脑海中等。
  2. rise是不及物动词,不能用于被动结构,常与above, from, to等介词连用。
  3. rise偶尔也用作系动词,后接形容词作表语。
  1. rise一般不与介词up搭配使用,多单独使用,rise up中up是是多余的;
  2. rise属不及物动词,其过去分词risen可作形容词,表示“已升起的”。

    The moon is risen.
    月亮已经升起来了。

  3. rise同arise的区别:arise指“开始”,“出现”或“引起某人的注意”,常以抽象名词作主语。 而rise是指“更高些”或“升起,上升”。

    I'm afraid a difficulty has arisen.
    我恐怕困难已经产生了。

    Prices keep rising.
    价格一直在上升。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
rise, arise
  • 这两个词都可译为“升起”,其区别是:
  • 1.rise比arise更常用。
  • 2.arise多用于比喻意义。例如:
  • New problems seem to arise every day.似乎每天都有新问题。
  • rise, raise
  • 这两个词都有“提高,上升,增加”的意思,但其用法不同。
  • 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。
  • 2.raise和rise用于同一事物时含义不同。例如:
  • The price of TV sets has been raised re- cently.
  • 最近电视机提价了。
  • (政府或厂家主动行动)
  • The price of TV sets has risen recently.
  • 最近电视机提价了。
  • (市场调节)
  • rise, rocket
  • 这组词均可表示“上升”。其区别在于:rocket多指运行速度在外力作用下高速上升; 而rise多指自然地上升,速度也不像rocket那样快。
  • 常见错误

    v. (动词)
      太阳从东方升起。

      The sun rises from the east.

      The sun rises in the east.

      表示“(太阳、月亮等)从哪个方向升起”时,介词用in不用from。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的risan;最初源自原始日耳曼语的us-risanan,意为起来。
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