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  1. raise

    /rāz/

    verb

    • 1. lift or move to a higher position or level: "she raised both arms above her head" synonyms lift, lift up, raise aloft, elevate, uplift, ... more
    • 2. increase the amount, level, or strength of: "the bank raised interest rates" synonyms increase, put up, push up, up, mark up, ... moreantonyms lower, reduce, lower

    noun

    • 1. an increase in salary: North American "he wants a raise and some perks"
    • 2. (in poker or brag) an increase in a stake.
  2. Raise | Definition of Raise at Dictionary.com

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    Raise, the most general word, may mean to bring something to or toward an upright position with one end resting on the ground; or it may be used in the sense of lift, moving an object a comparatively short distance upward but breaking completely its physical contact with the place where it had been: to raise a ladder; to raise ( lift) a package.

    • Raising

      Raise, the most general word, may mean to bring something to...

    • Raised

      Raise, the most general word, may mean to bring something to...

    • Fund-Raise

      or fund·raise. verb (used with object), fund-raised,...

    • Raise One's Voice

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  3. raise 1. The act of increasing or rising: 2. The amount by which something is increased:

  4. Raise | Definition of Raise by Merriam-Webster

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    Raise definition is - to cause or help to rise to a standing position. How to use raise in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of raise.

  5. Raise definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Raise is a transitive verb and usually followed by an object, whereas rise is an intransitive verb and not followed by an object. Rise can also not be used in the passive. ...the government's decision to raise prices... The number of dead is likely to rise. Both raise and rise can be used as nouns to mean pay increase.

  6. Raise definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    If you raise something, you move it so that it is in a higher position. He raised his hand to wave. Milton raised the glass to his lips. 2. transitive verb If you raise a flag, you display it by moving it up a pole or into a high place where it can be seen. They had raised the white flag in

  7. raise definition | English definition dictionary | Reverso

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    vb mainly tr. 1 to move, cause to move, or elevate to a higher position or level; lift. 2 to set or place in an upright position. 3 to construct, build, or erect. to raise a barn. 4 to increase in amount, size, value, etc. to raise prices. 5 to increase in degree, strength, intensity, etc.

  8. Raise - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    Raise a plate, dumbbell or medicine ball above the head, then bend at the knees with back straight in a natural arch (no rounding of the back that will place too much stress on the lower back) and bring the object through both legs (almost like hiking a football), then stand up and hold the object with outstretched arms at chest level and twist from left to right.

  9. RAISE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    raise definition: 1. to lift something to a higher position: 2. to cause something to increase or become bigger…. Learn more.

  10. raise - WordReference.com Dictionary of English

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    raise (rāz), USA pronunciation v., raised, rais•ing, n. v.t. to move to a higher position; lift up; elevate: to raise one's hand; sleepy birds raising their heads and looking about. to set upright: When the projection screen toppled, he quickly raised it again. to cause to rise or stand up; rouse: The sound of the bugle raised him from his bed.

  11. Raise or rise ? - English Grammar Today - Cambridge Dictionary

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    Raise must have an object, as it is a transitive verb. It is a regular verb; its three forms are raise, raised, raised : Raise your hand if you know the answer.