Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

gave rise   (dio origen)

This gave rise to the term erythoplasia of Queyrat.

This naturally gave rise to numerous legends.

This gave rise to the solar neutrino problem.

give rise   (dar lugar)

Works are of value only if they give rise to better ones.

Terms of this kind give rise to vicious circle fallacies.

giving rise   (dando lugar)

The port was expanded, giving rise to another small town.

The adults have colored crowns, giving rise to their name.

Gentlemen, quit giving rise to thoughts!

gives rise   (da aumento)

This curvature gives rise to the gravitational force.

The neural tube gives rise to both brain and spinal cord.

Repudiation will always gives rise to an action for damages.

rise to power   (ascender al poder)

Rome's rise to power brought its population to one million.

Rommel, as other Wehrmacht officers, welcomed the Nazi rise to power.

Already before Stalin's rise to power, the situation changed, however.

given rise   (incremento dado)

This has given rise to the phrase "Greek miracle".

The cones have given rise to about 60 lava flows.

Its appearance has given rise to the common name marine vomit.

rise up   (Levantate)

She helps the residents rise up against these guards.

Every endeavor to get nit to rise up failed.

These gradually rise up to to the east.

rise and fall   (levantarse y caer)

The research continues and so theories rise and fall.

The dance is flat, with no rise and fall.

Bhimsen's life is known for his dramatic rise and fall from power.

rise above   (elevarse sobre)

Allowing the temperature to rise above is not recommended.

It is notable for its steep rise above the low local terrain.

But when wage rates rise above subsistence population increases.

high rise   (Alto)

It was Europe's first high rise brothel.

The southbound station is planned to be moved to a new high rise nearby.

Several other, more modern high rise buildings had been built in Detroit.

level rise   (aumento de nivel)

There, Glesta learned about the impact of sea level rise on the planet.

A complete loss of ice on Greenland would cause a sea level rise of as much as .

During the middle to late Archaic period, sea level rise slowed and approached contemporary levels.

began to rise   (comenzó a elevarse)

At the same time, the temperature of engine No.1 began to rise.

Tension began to rise as Takumi defies and clashes with the coach.

Even before construction, property values began to rise on the west side.

continued to rise   (siguió aumentando)

The number continued to rise and reached 15,890 in 1939.

Racial tensions continued to rise in the early part of the year.

Economic problems persisted, however, and unemployment continued to rise.

sea level rise   (aumento del nivel del mar)

There, Glesta learned about the impact of sea level rise on the planet.

A complete loss of ice on Greenland would cause a sea level rise of as much as .

During the middle to late Archaic period, sea level rise slowed and approached contemporary levels.

saw the rise   (vio el aumento)

The late 1960s saw the rise of soul and R&B music.

The early eighties saw the rise of punk rock in Estonia.

The 15th century saw the rise of a new kingdom, Medri Bahri.

rapid rise   (aumento rápido)

Hyperinflation is the rapid rise in prices in a short period of time.

This was a very rapid rise for a young man of apparently obscure origins.

Barely 18 years old, Cragun took his first steps in a rapid rise toward stardom.

rise in popularity   (aumento de popularidad)

He shortly became the face of Latin trap's sudden rise in popularity.

With the rise in popularity there was also the growth of opposition to greyhound racing.

She received positive reviews for her performance, and experienced a rise in popularity.

not rise   (no levantarse)

He later ensured the same chiefs' could not rise against him.

Higher than 64º northern latitude, the star does not rise at all.

Hell will be your position if you do not rise up and crush the white man.

rise to fame   (llegar a la fama)

Bad Bunny wrote "Amorfoda" a long time before his rise to fame.

Hogg had a meteoric rise to fame.

The album opens with "Get Up 10", which speaks about Cardi B's rise to fame.

rise through   (ascender)

Foppert continued his quick rise through the Giants system.

Latchford moved to the Office of the Solicitor and began a quick rise through its ranks.

Glacier loss adds to global heat rise through a decrease in what is called ice-albedo feedback.

rise again   (resucitará)

The monsoons subside in October and temperatures rise again.

As the temperature is raised, activity will rise again accordingly.

The album is titled after the Portland city motto, which is Latin for "I shall rise again."

rise to prominence   (ascender a la fama)

It was the foundation for Wynn's rise to prominence in the casino industry.

Toronto's rise to prominence was initiated by the arrival of the train and telegraph.

He became a Grand Master in 1734, indicating his rapid rise to prominence in Pennsylvania.

expected to rise   (se espera que aumente)

Revenues were expected to rise to $143.3 billion in 2020.

The India retail market is expected to rise from 2.5% in 2016 to 5% in 2020.

At the Second Advent he expected to rise in the resurrection if it came after his time on earth.

before the rise   (antes del ascenso)

Secondly, these structures are present before the rise of the jawed vertebrates.

Even before the rise of modern European states, the church was providing social services.

Discussions of two-person games began long before the rise of modern, mathematical game theory.

sharp rise   (drástico aumento)

Another sharp rise leads up again to a ridge almost as high as Stoppel Point known unofficially as Arizona due to its dryness.

Due to a sharp rise in economic relations with Turkey, interest in learning Turkish, in particular among young people, has been growing on a yearly basis.

Concerns that competition in the coal industry could decline as a result of these changes were heightened by a sharp rise in coal prices in the wake of the 1973 oil crisis.

meteoric rise   (ascenso meteórico)

He enjoyed a meteoric rise in his professional career.

Hogg had a meteoric rise to fame.

Tao shot to an unprecedented meteoric rise to fame following the release of "David Tao".

continue to rise   (continuar subiendo)

Many branches begin flooding in November and might continue to rise until June.

In LNG storage the pressure and temperature within the tank will continue to rise.

As the enrollment declines, per pupil administrative costs of the schools continue to rise.

temperature rise   (aumento de la temperatura)

This may result in objectionable temperature rise and waste of energy.

A 2018 study of CDC data connected temperature rise to increased numbers of suicides.

The spring water emerges from underground sulphur deposits making its temperature rise above boiling point.

low rise   (de poca altura)

A low rise ballroom with was added in 1998.

There is a now a new row of stores, low rise apartments and recreation space.

Behind the beach the small resort is made up of villas and low rise hotels and apartments.

rise up against   (levantarse contra)

She helps the residents rise up against these guards.

Finally, Calvin taught that if worldly rulers rise up against God they should be put down.

The dissatisfaction with the situation led the peasants of Anenecuilco to rise up against the hacienda owners supported by Díaz.

pay rise   (aumento de sueldo)

In 1943, she was given a pay rise, earning £6 6s.

She coldly rebuffs his affections but instead offers him a pay rise.

The tale, whose central character discussed her intention to demand a pay rise and was finally revealed to be the Queen, won Lamont third prize.

until the rise   (hasta el ascenso)

These events remained popular until the rise of discos in the 1970s.

It wasn't until the rise of Peter the Great that Russian society opened up to the West.

The Reds did not recover from this trade until the rise of the "Big Red Machine" of the 1970s.

during the rise   (durante el ascenso)

During the marriage Mordó lives in Berlin during the rise of Nazi power.

Cramm represented Germany during the rise of the Nazi party to power in the 1930s.

Labor-intensive planned maintenance began during the rise of the industrial revolution.

did not rise   (no se levantó)

At the Saskatoon airport, the temperature did not rise above from February 2 through February 20.

As a result, the actual wind did not rise above eight knots during the races and was unstable at times.

Members of this gens are first mentioned in the time of the Gracchi, but they did not rise to prominence until imperial times.

rise buildings   (levantamiento de edificios)

There are fewer high or mid rise buildings in the area.

High rise buildings, mainly office blocks, now dominate the skyline.

Several other, more modern high rise buildings had been built in Detroit.

significant rise   (aumento significativo)

The mid-nineteenth century marks a significant rise in monastery’s fortunes.

In the non-social conditions this significant rise in rejections was not found.

Healthcare in China became mostly privatized, and experienced a significant rise in quality.