upraise


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Related to upraise: uprise

up·raise

 (ŭp-rāz′)
tr.v. up·raised, up·rais·ing, up·rais·es
To raise or lift up; elevate.

upraise

(ʌpˈreɪz)
vb (tr)
1. chiefly literary to lift up; elevate
2. archaic to praise; exalt
upˈraiser n

up•raise

(ʌpˈreɪz)

v.t. -raised, -rais•ing.
to raise up; lift or elevate.

upraise


Past participle: upraised
Gerund: upraising

Imperative
upraise
upraise
Present
I upraise
you upraise
he/she/it upraises
we upraise
you upraise
they upraise
Preterite
I upraised
you upraised
he/she/it upraised
we upraised
you upraised
they upraised
Present Continuous
I am upraising
you are upraising
he/she/it is upraising
we are upraising
you are upraising
they are upraising
Present Perfect
I have upraised
you have upraised
he/she/it has upraised
we have upraised
you have upraised
they have upraised
Past Continuous
I was upraising
you were upraising
he/she/it was upraising
we were upraising
you were upraising
they were upraising
Past Perfect
I had upraised
you had upraised
he/she/it had upraised
we had upraised
you had upraised
they had upraised
Future
I will upraise
you will upraise
he/she/it will upraise
we will upraise
you will upraise
they will upraise
Future Perfect
I will have upraised
you will have upraised
he/she/it will have upraised
we will have upraised
you will have upraised
they will have upraised
Future Continuous
I will be upraising
you will be upraising
he/she/it will be upraising
we will be upraising
you will be upraising
they will be upraising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been upraising
you have been upraising
he/she/it has been upraising
we have been upraising
you have been upraising
they have been upraising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been upraising
you will have been upraising
he/she/it will have been upraising
we will have been upraising
you will have been upraising
they will have been upraising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been upraising
you had been upraising
he/she/it had been upraising
we had been upraising
you had been upraising
they had been upraising
Conditional
I would upraise
you would upraise
he/she/it would upraise
we would upraise
you would upraise
they would upraise
Past Conditional
I would have upraised
you would have upraised
he/she/it would have upraised
we would have upraised
you would have upraised
they would have upraised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.upraise - cause to become alive againupraise - cause to become alive again; "raise from the dead"; "Slavery is already dead, and cannot be resurrected"; "Upraising ghosts"
resuscitate, revive - cause to regain consciousness; "The doctors revived the comatose man"
resurrect, uprise, rise - return from the dead; "Christ is risen!"; "The dead are to uprise"

upraise

verb
1. To raise upright:
2. To move (something) to a higher position:
Translations

upraise

[ʌpˈreɪz] VTlevantar
with arm upraisedcon el brazo levantado
References in classic literature ?
No dirge will I upraise, "But waft the angel on her flight with a Paean of old days!
For Zeus who hates the braggart's boast Beheld that gold-bespangled host; As at the goal the paean they upraise, He struck them with his forked lightning blaze.
Her fame has been in the upraise since her participation in Arab Idol on MBC 1 when she arrived to the final stage and competing for the title against the Moroccan singer Dunia Batma She opened up for and presented Hani Shaker in his concert at the Opera House where he expressed his admiration for her voice and her ability to deliver her emotions to the audience through her voice.
Talking to PTV, he said, "We are planning to upraise the standard of the government schools and also to increase the enrollments of the students."
Earlier on attorney representing Bakang Seretse, Khulaco (Pty) Ltd and Kenneth Kerekang, Mr Kgosietsile Ngakaagae said though magistrate Tonoki was not seized with this matter he needed to upraise him and put on record that the matter has been before the court for 10 months now and was constantly postponed at the instance of the prosecution; on empty promises of attending to concerns raised by the defence.