raise / reɪz /


raise3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

raised, rais·ing.

  1. to move to a higher position; lift up; elevate: to raise one's hand; sleepy birds raising their heads and looking about.
  2. to set upright: When the projection screen toppled, he quickly raised it again.
  3. to cause to rise or stand up; rouse: The sound of the bugle raised him from his bed.
v. 无主动词 verb

raised, rais·ing.

  1. to be able to be lifted or pulled up: The window raises easily.
  2. to increase a previous bet or bid: My cards weren't good enough to let me raise.
n. 名词 noun
  1. an increase in amount, as of wages: a raise in pay.
  2. the amount of such an increase: His raise was five dollars.
  3. a raising, lifting, etc.: a raise in spirits.

raise 近义词

n. 名词 noun

increase in salary or position

v. 动词 verb

lift; build from the ground

v. 动词 verb

increase, augment

v. 动词 verb

start up, motivate; introduce

v. 动词 verb

nurture, care for


  • raise a hand against
  • raise an objection
  • raise a stink
  • raise Cain
  • raise eyebrows
  • raise havoc
  • raise hell
  • raise one's hackles
  • raise one's sights
  • raise one's voice
  • raise the ante
  • raise the curtain
  • raise the devil
  • raise the roof
  • cause raised eyebrows
  • curtain raiser
  • make (raise) a stink
  • play (raise) havoc


  1. You want your abs to move if you want them to get more defined, so go for leg raises or X man crunches or alternating jackknifes in addition to heavy lifting and planking.
  2. More employees were being hired, and coworkers were getting raises and promotions.
  3. USPS delays threaten birth control access, Naomi Osaka returns to the court, and working moms are falling behind in raises and promotions.
  4. Rather, they’re going to analyze how promotions are awarded, to whom they go and why, and develop a road plan to check off the boxes that should get them that pay raise and prestige faster.
  5. “The county office failed to identify, effectively evaluate and comment on” the proposed raises, the report notes.
  6. His wife passed away and they had kids, and he wanted to focus on being a dad so he just stopped to raise his kids.
  7. These brave souls took an icy dip in the ocean to ring in 2015 and raise money for charity.
  8. We happily hoist our egg nog in the air, embrace each other, and raise our out-of-tune voices in song.
  9. So with the doors of late night closed to her, Slate had to scale down her ambitions to raise her profile.
  10. We are gathered for one reason and one reason alone—to raise money to help fulfill that dream and that purpose.
  11. I called out several times, as loud as I could raise my voice, but all to no purpose.
  12. They determined that an offensive war should be carried on against them, and voted to raise 90 men!
  13. The minister's eye kept steady to one point; to raise the country he governed, to the utmost pinnacle of earthly grandeur.
  14. To meet this heavy expense the ministers had to devise all sorts of expedients to raise money.
  15. Would Hodson, knowing the exceeding importance of his mission, have turned to rescue a servant or raise a fallen horse?