rise的过去式(rise的过去式和过去分词)

rise,过去式:rose;过去分词:risen;第三人称单数:rises;现在分词:rising

  英文释义

rise

n.

(数量或水平的)增加,提高;加薪;工资增长;(重要性、优势、权力等的)增强

v.

上升;攀升;提高;达到较高水平(或位置);起床;起立;站起来;升起

rise例句

Despite the lack of any other credential, his rise to power was swift.

尽管缺乏任何其他的国书,他的崛起,以权力是迅速的。

Rise up in your body of light with me until we see the world, your home, below us.

和我一起上升你的光体直到我们看到在我们下面的这个世界,你们的家园。

But have we truly any choice in when we rise?Or when we fall?

但我们真的能够选择自己何时升起?或者何时坠落?。

We can choose to rise together.

我们可以选择共同崛起。

Many of these do not want the debt ceiling to rise.

这些选民中的许多人并不希望提高债务上限。

But WE did rise again, and gathered in our people.

但我们也再次攀升,和聚集在我们的人民。

He watched the smoke rise from his cigarette

他注视着烟雾从香烟上升起。

Luther rose slowly from the chair

卢瑟慢慢地从椅子上站起来。

Tony had risen early and gone to the cottage to work.

托尼很早就起来去小屋干活了。

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