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2 Translation results for raise in Spanish

verb | noun

raise verb

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raised, has raised, is raising, raises
levantar, subir, alzar; erigir; recaudar; criar; cultivar; aumentar; ascender; provocar; sacar (temas, objeciones, etc.)

Example sentences of
raise verb

  • Raise your hand if you know the answer.
  • Raise your arms above your head.
  • He raised his head and looked around.
  • She raised her eyes from her book and stared at him.
  • He raised the cup to his lips and drank.
  • I raised the lid and peeked inside.
  • Let's raise the windows and get some fresh air in here.
  • We raised the flag to the top of the pole.
  • I carefully raised her to a sitting position.
  • She raised herself onto her knees.

Detailed synonyms for raise verb

See: Lift

raise noun

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Example sentences of
raise noun

  • the school board approved a raise in the maximum family income for students qualifying for reduced-price lunches

Related phrases for raise

Reverse translation for raise

levantar  - to lift, to raise, to put up, to erect, to call off, to adjourn, to give rise to, to arouse 
subir  - to bring up, to take up, to go up, to come up, to climb, to go up, to rise, to increase, to raise, to be promoted 
alzar  - to lift, to raise, to erect 
erigir  - to build, to erect 
recaudar  - to collect 
criar  - to breed, to bring up, to raise 
cultivar  - to cultivate, to foster 
aumentar  - to rise, to increase, to grow, to increase, to raise 
ascender  - to ascend, to rise up, to promote, to be promoted 
provocar  - to provoke, to cause, to provoke, to pique 
sacar  (temas, objeciones, etc.) - to kick off (in soccer or football), to pull out, to take out, to get, to obtain, to serve (in sports), to get out, to extract, to stick out, to bring out, to pull off, to introduce 
aumento  - increase, rise 
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