(Irregular preterit, past participle: arose, arisen).
1. To occur; SYN. come up.
2. To originate or come into being; SYN. come up, bob up.
3. To rise to one's feet; SYN. rise, get up, stand up.
1. To appear or become visible; make a showing; SYN. come out, turn up, surface, show up.
2. To become available.
3. When an electrical device or machine comes on, it begins to operate, usually automatically. Go off is the opposite of come on.
4. When a television or radio program comes on, it begins.
5. When you want to encourage people to do something or when you want them to do something quickly, you say "Come on!"
6. [always continuous] When you begin to feel a headache or an illness developing, you feel the headache or illness coming on.
7. When you come on a certain way, you speak or deal with people in that way.
To excite; to put into motion; to disturb.
1. To cause to rise.
2. To get up and out of bed; SYN. turn out, arise, rise.
3. When you change from a sitting or lying position to a standing position, you get up. Stand up is similar to get up.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: rose, risen).
1. To grow in volume, as under the influence of heat or fermentation; of substances.
2. To move upward; SYN. lift, arise, move up, go up, come up.
3. To grow or suddenly appear; SYN. lift, rear.
4. To become heartened or elated.
5. To come up, of celestial bodies; SYN. come up.
6. To increase in value; as of prices or numbers; SYN. climb, go up.
7. To increase in volume; of dough; SYN. prove.
8. To rise in rank or status; SYN. jump, climb up.
9. To straighten up.
10. To exert oneself to meet a challenge.
Sinonimi: hold up
1. To defend against attack or criticism
2. To refuse to back down; remain solid under criticism or attack.
3. To resist or withstand wear, criticism, etc.; SYN. hold up.
4. When you stand up, you change from a sitting position to a standing position. Get up is similar to stand up.