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Adjective
Situated or placed higher than the surrounding area
“A distinctive wooden canopy and raised platform are remnants of the property's past as a railway station.”
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Raised or elevated in level, quantity, volume or degree
“Your doctor may decide to perform further tests if raised levels of liver enzymes are detected.”
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Erect or standing, or rising, up
“The students began to congregate about a raised flagpole at their elementary school.”
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With raised letters or images on the surface
“She initially thought it was rubbish but picked it up because it had distinct, raised lettering and would be at home on their bookshelf.”
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(of a person or animal) Reared or brought up in a specified environment or way
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Excessively or unreasonably high
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Situated above the level of the head
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Stretched upwards
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Built
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Significant in elevation
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(rare) Standing out or raised
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Rounded, curving outward
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Surfaced or bumpy
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So steep as to be almost vertical
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To have made a quantity bigger
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“Gina's role will be to raise awareness of the issues surrounding climate change.”
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To have mustered
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“Raids across the border would raise the specter of impending war.”
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To have put forward one's questions
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To have furnished with, or caused to be present
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Past tense for to lift or move to a higher position or level
“The stagehands will need to raise the platform to a level that is high enough for the audience to see the band.”
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Past tense for to lift or move to a vertical position
“Several men were required to raise the heavy column back to its upright position.”
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Past tense for to construct or build (a structure)
“The town council would raise a memorial on the site of the historic event.”
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Past tense for to nurture and care for (someone or something) as they grow
“She decided to stay home to raise her children personally as she saw fit.”
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Past tense for to introduce for consideration
“The latest research would raise several questions about Tsoukalos' claims of intervention by ancient alien astronauts.”
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Past tense for to promote (someone) to a higher rank
“Janos sides with the Lannisters so that they will raise him to the title of Lord which will help out his three kids.”
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Past tense for to collect or gather together, especially funds for a given purpose
“After their disaster at Torquay, the couple would start a GoFundMe page to raise funds for a second honeymoon.”
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Past tense for to charge or levy
“The state will raise stamp duty on each transfer of ownership.”
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Past tense for to gather people together
“The group is trying to raise a party of protestors for the demonstration.”
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(of animals) Past tense for to breed or grow
“The workers raise chickens, grow their own vegetables, and rent out space for horses.”
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(of plants) Past tense for to grow or cultivate
“Our neighbors raise a variety of green vegetables in their garden.”
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Past tense for to cause (bread) to rise, especially by the action of yeast
“Yeast is typically used to raise bread or ferment wine.”
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Past tense for to establish radio communications with
“He tried to raise the Coast Guard on VHF radio but was unable to provide his coordinates.”
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(of a siege, blockade, or embargo) Past tense for to abandon or force an enemy to abandon
“He seized Eryx in Sicily but was unable to raise the siege of Drepana.”
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