Rose

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rose to prominence   (şöhret oldu)

Doja Cat rose to prominence in 2018 with her single "Mooo!

He quickly rose to prominence in the Turkish film industry.

Lin rose to prominence and became a household name overnight.

rose to fame   (şöhret yükseldi)

He rose to fame with 2017 film "Happy New Year".

She rose to fame with her debut album "Wake Up Daddy!"

She rose to fame after releasing her debut solo album.

rose through   (yükseldi)

Mạc Đăng Dung was a military man who rose through the ranks.

Kaltoft rose through the ranks of Danish third tier club B.93.

He rose through the ranks, becoming the reptile curator in 1928.

rose up   (yükseldi)

He was a late entrant, but rose up the ranks quickly.

In 1821, the Greeks rose up against the Ottoman Empire.

He rose up through the ranks of the Leeds youth academy.

rose to become   (olmak için yükseldi)

Then he rose to become vice-governor of Guizhou.

He later rose to become an Admiral of the Fleet.

He rose to become a peer and Marshal of France.

quickly rose

He quickly rose to prominence in the Turkish film industry.

It quickly rose on the KQV Top 40 singles chart reaching No.

Production costs quickly rose as Ray spent money with abandon.

rose window   (Gül Penceresi)

The rose window over the portal is partially destroyed.

It has a large Gothic portal surmounted by a rose window.

The organ chamber has a three-light window and a rose window.

rose garden   (Gül bahçesi)

Included on the grounds are outdoor sculptures and a rose garden.

The park was also rearranged while the rose garden was planted behind the building.

Clintonville is home to Whetstone Park, which includes the Park of Roses, a rose garden.

rose to number   (sayıya yükseldi)

The song later rose to number seven, making "SAD!"

It then rose to number five in its sixth week.

It rose to number seven on the UK charts in January 1987.

rose to power   (iktidara geldi)

Augusto Pinochet rose to power as a dictator.

It rose to power around the 10th century BC.

Decades before Hitler rose to power she had become a Lutheran.

eventually rose

He eventually rose to become president judge.

He eventually rose to the rank of colonel in the reserves.

Noyes eventually rose up to the position of assistant editor.

rose again

The stake in LVMH rose again, to 46%.

The numbers rose again in April as the Reds aimed to leave Finland.

Her ranking rose again to No.

rose above   (yukarıda yükseldi)

The service tower rose above the roof of the main building.

Kelly rose above it and rode for himself.

Evidence of this, however, never rose above the level of rumor .

rose rapidly

He rose rapidly through the ranks, and helped quell the Satsuma Rebellion.

Maloji rose rapidly in the service of Malik Ambar, fighting against the rival Deccan Sultanates and the Mughals.

Wages rose rapidly, by between four or five times between 1560 and the end of the century, but failed to keep pace with inflation.

population rose

The population rose 121% from 2,899 to 6,414.

In the following two years, the population rose to 600.

By 1874, the population rose to 110, and by 1891, it was 139.

rose against   (karşı yükseldi)

The French Resistance in Paris rose against the Germans on 19 August.

In 1435, the people of the district of Caux, led by Jean de Grouchy, rose against the English.

However, his rebellion was not much supported even by his own subordinates, who rose against him.

first rose

LeBoutillier first rose to national prominence in 1974.

Wright first rose to prominence as producer of the jazz-funk group Shakatak.

DeLuna first rose to fame in 2007, when she released her debut single "Whine Up".

later rose

The song later rose to number seven, making "SAD!"

He later rose to become an Admiral of the Fleet.

She later rose in political power.

rose family   (gül ailesi)

As with many other members of the rose family, peach seeds contain cyanogenic glycosides, including amygdalin (note the subgenus designation: "Amygdalus").

While peach seeds are not the most toxic within the rose family (see bitter almond), large consumption of these chemicals from any source is potentially hazardous to animal and human health.

then rose   (sonra gül)

It then rose to number five in its sixth week.

The windspeed then rose to approximately .

The population then rose slightly in 1851.

rose quickly

However, thanks to Maeda efforts, that number rose quickly.

The program's popularity rose quickly.

Allan rose quickly in public service jobs to higher positions.

rose up against   (karşı yükseldi)

In 1821, the Greeks rose up against the Ottoman Empire.

On June 4, 1613, local Streltsy and noblemen rose up against the Swedish garrison and destroyed it.

On 26 July 1552 the Sienese rose up against the Spanish, expelling them from the city and destroying the Citadel/Cittadella.

prices rose   (fiyatlar yükseldi)

From 1860 onwards slate prices rose steadily.

After the programme's initiation in 1996 prices rose to Rs.

That month, prices rose 114%.

rose steadily

From 1860 onwards slate prices rose steadily.

Production rose steadily, from 19 features in 1977 to 125 in 1986.

The price rose steadily.

red rose

He was laid out holding a small prayer book and a red rose.

A red rose was a badge of the Lancastrians; A white rose was a badge of the Yorkists.

Saint Bernard of Clairvaux compared her virginity to a white rose and her charity to a red rose.

rose to national   (ulusalya yükseldi)

LeBoutillier first rose to national prominence in 1974.

He rose to national prominence as royal chamberlain and a favourite of Edward II of England.

By the time the Nazis rose to national power in 1933, there were about 9,000-10,000 Jews in Munich.

rose sharply   (keskin bir artış)

Unemployment rose sharply during the recession.

Johnston then hit Hutton on the fingers with a ball that rose sharply after pitching.

Young motherhood seemed to be less attractive and the age of the first birth rose sharply.

number rose   (sayı yükseldi)

However, thanks to Maeda efforts, that number rose quickly.

Despite the Great Depression that number rose to 153 by 1931.

That number rose again to 2,935 in the 1982 census and 13,504 in the 1990 census.

rose dramatically

Sales rose dramatically after Miller began to write.

In the late 1960s ethnic tensions rose dramatically in Nigeria.

Munitions production rose dramatically, and the quality remained high.

levels rose

At this time sea levels rose.

Later the same year on 3 December the river levels rose again, flooding 1,200 properties.

According to the Kumari Kandam proponents, the continent was submerged when the last ice age ended and the sea levels rose.

tensions rose

During the 1950s, tensions rose in Ladakh region.

In the late 1960s ethnic tensions rose dramatically in Nigeria.

As tensions rose, Croatia declared independence on 25 June 1991.

soon rose

He soon rose to a position of prominence within the party.

This was very timely, since the Nazis soon rose to power in Germany.

Rogers soon rose to become one of Rockefeller's key men of Standard Oil.