elevate / verb ˈɛl əˌveɪt; adjective ˈɛl əˌveɪt, -vɪt /


elevate2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

el·e·vat·ed, el·e·vat·ing.

  1. to move or raise to a higher place or position; lift up.
  2. to raise to a higher state, rank, or office; exalt; promote: to elevate an archbishop to cardinal.
  3. to raise to a higher intellectual or spiritual level: Good poetry may elevate the mind.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. Archaic. raised; elevated.

elevate 近义词

v. 动词 verb

lift up

v. 动词 verb

promote; augment

v. 动词 verb

raise spirits


  1. “To become a household name you still need to tell a bigger story through a video ad,” said Allen Adamson, brand consultant and co-founder of Metaforce, adding that the shift toward offline channels could help “elevate” the brand.
  2. Before this, Beyonce had elevated Lafalaise’s artistry by dawning a cowrie shell face mask called Lagbaja in her “Spirit” music video.
  3. In short, SEO is a sustainable way to elevate your online presence and raise brand awareness.
  4. Göbekli Tepe epitomizes two important changes that seem to have happened in parallel around 12,000 years ago, both of which involve societies beginning to separate themselves from, and elevate themselves above, nature.
  5. On the upside, China’s stimulus to revive its economy is fueling demand for Australian commodity prices, keeping the terms of trade elevated in the second quarter.
  6. It needs to voice and elevate an idea of democratic citizenship strong enough to block the growth of money in politics.
  7. “Suddenly there was a trend to elevate comfort food,” continues Hanna-Korpi.
  8. Some research suggests use can elevate the risk of psychosis in people already at risk.
  9. It was one of the very few realms in India to elevate a woman to the throne.
  10. We should educate people about what business does in its core activity to elevate people out of poverty.
  11. The gunner's seat moved with the carriage, from which he could elevate or depress the muzzle by a lever.
  12. The highest themes which can elevate or engross the mind of man claimed her profound and delighted reveries.
  13. This slight acquaintance with the nobility of France did not, however, elevate them in her esteem.
  14. Shakespeare, Sheridan, Bulwer,—but I cannot go through the list of fine dramatic writers whose works elevate the mind and taste.
  15. There is a subsidised theatre at Lisbon, but it does little to elevate the dramatic art elsewhere.