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English-German translation for: [rise]
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sheer {adj} [drop, rise]
32
jäh [geh.] [steil]
tech. -lane {adj} [attr.] [warehouse, high-rise rack]-gassig [z. B. Regallager]
evermore {adv} [rise, fall]immer mehr
astron. astronau myth. Venus {adj} [attr.] [e.g. mission, probe, rise, symbol; figurine]Venus- [z. B. Mission, Sonde, Aufgang, Symbol; Statuette]
Verbs
to grow [rise, increase]
428
zunehmen
econ. fin. to unpeg sth. [fig.] [to allow exchange rates, prices, wages, etc. to rise and fall freely]
20
etw.Akk. freigeben [Wechselkurse, Preise, Löhne etc.]
hydro. to crest [Am.] [flood or river: rise to its highest level]den Höchststand erreichen [Flut, Fluss]
hydro. to crest [Am.] [flood: rise to its highest level]den Scheitelpunkt erreichen [Flut]
gastr. to prove [to allow dough to rise before baking]gehen lassen [Teig]
Nouns
emergence [rise]
5
Aufstieg {m}
archi. RealEst. plex [Can.] [low-rise apartment building]
5
[kleines Mehrparteienhaus in Kanada]
cloth. hipsters {pl} [low-rise trousers]Hipster {f} [Hüfthose]
econ. fin. stat. rebound [fig.] [sudden rise after a fall]plötzlicher Wiederanstieg {m}
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tech. two-lane {adj} [attr.] [high-rise rack]zweigassig [Kleinteilelager, Hochregallager usw.]
to be promoted [rise to a higher position or rank]aufrücken [beruflich, in der Hierarchie od. im Rang]
math. Adam Riese [also: Adam Ries] [1492-1559] [German mathematician]Adam Riese {m} [Adam Ries; seltener auch: Ris, Rise, Ryse und Reyeß]
high rise [high-rise building]Hochhaus {n}
surface phase [e.g. in the rise of liquids]Oberflächenphase {f} [z. B. beim Aufstieg von Flüssigkeiten]
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high into the sky {adv} [rise up, etc.]himmelhoch
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quote theatre The womb he crawled from is still going strong. [The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui]Der Schoß ist fruchtbar noch, aus dem das kroch. [Bertolt Brecht, Der aufhaltsame Aufstieg des Arturo Ui]
the rise, fall and rise againAufstieg, Fall und Wiederaufstieg
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