elevate

  • 1 Elevate — Álbum de estudio de Big Time Rush Publicación 21 de noviembre de 2011 (ver fecha de lanzamiento) Grabación 2011 Género(s) Pop, Electropop …

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  • 2 Elevate — El e*vate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Elevated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Elevating}.] [L. elevatus, p. p. of elevare; e + levare to lift up, raise, akin to levis light in weight. See {Levity}.] 1. To bring from a lower place to a higher; to lift up; to raise; …

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  • 3 elevate — [v1] lift up erect, fetch up*, heighten, hike up*, hoist, jack up*, levitate, poise, pump, put up, pyramid*, raise, ramp, rear, shoot up*, stilt, take up, tilt, uphold, uplift, upraise; concept 196 Ant. decrease, depress, drop, lessen, lower,… …

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  • 4 Elevate — can refer to: * the act of elevation (disambiguation) * Elevate (organization) …

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  • 5 EleVate — von rechts nach links: Andy Fechner (Bass), Steve (S …

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  • 6 Elevate — El e*vate, a. [L. elevatus, p. p.] Elevated; raised aloft. [Poetic] Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 elevate — I verb advance, aggrandize, attollere, beatify, boost, build up, canonize, cause to rise, confer an honor, consecrate, deify, dignify, distinguish, erect, exalt, glorify, heave up, heft, heighten, hoist, hold aloft, hold up, honor, improve, jack… …

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  • 8 elevate — (v.) late 15c., from L. elevatus, pp. of elevare lift up, raise, figuratively, to lighten, alleviate, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + levare lighten, raise, from levis light in weight (see LEVER (Cf. lever)). Related …

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  • 9 elevate — *lift, raise, rear, hoist, heave, boost Analogous words: *exalt, aggrandize, magnify: heighten, enhance (see INTENSIFY): *rise, mount, ascend, tower, soar, rocket Antonyms: lower Contrasted words: *abase, debase, degrade, demean, humble …

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  • 10 elevate — ► VERB 1) lift to a higher position. 2) raise to a higher level or status. ORIGIN Latin elevare to raise …

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  • 11 elevate — [el′ə vāt΄] vt. elevated, elevating [ME elevaten < L elevatus, pp. of elevare, to raise < e , out + levare, to make light, lift < levis, LIGHT2] 1. to lift up; raise 2. to raise the pitch or volume of (esp. the voice) 3. to raise (a… …

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  • 12 elevate — UK [ˈeləveɪt] / US [ˈeləˌveɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms elevate : present tense I/you/we/they elevate he/she/it elevates present participle elevating past tense elevated past participle elevated formal 1) to improve the status or importance… …

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  • 13 elevate — v. /el euh vayt /; adj. /el euh vayt , vit/, v., elevated, elevating, adj. v.t. 1. to move or raise to a higher place or position; lift up. 2. to raise to a higher state, rank, or office; exalt; promote: to elevate an archbishop to cardinal. 3.… …

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  • 14 elevate — [[t]e̱lɪveɪt[/t]] elevates, elevating, elevated 1) VERB: usu passive When someone or something achieves a more important rank or status, you can say that they are elevated to it. [FORMAL] [be V ed to n] He was elevated to the post of prime… …

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  • 15 Elevate — Den Namen Elevate haben: EleVate, eine deutsche Rockband Elevate Festival, ein österreichisches Festival in Graz Elevate (Album), ein Album der US amerikanischen Band Big Time Rush Diese Seite ist eine Begrif …

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  • 16 elevate — v. (formal) (D; tr.) to elevate to (to elevate smb. to the peerage) * * * [ elɪveɪt] (formal) (D; tr.) to elevate to (to elevate smb. to the peerage) …

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  • 17 elevate — el|e|vate [ˈelıveıt] v [T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: elevatus, past participle of elevare to lift up ] 1.) formal to move someone or something to a more important level or rank, or make them better than before ▪ Language has elevated… …

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  • 18 elevate — el|e|vate [ elə,veıt ] verb transitive 1. ) FORMAL to improve the status or importance of something or someone: We need to work together to elevate the position of women in society. elevate someone/something to something: The brilliant script… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19 elevate — I. adjective Date: 14th century archaic elevated II. verb ( vated; vating) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin elevatus, past participle of elevare, from e + levare to raise more at lever Date: 15th centur …

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  • 20 elevate — {<charset c=U><HR> } 01. The Prime Minister has [elevated] a former backbencher to the position of Minister of the Environment. 02. To relieve your backache, try lying down on the floor with your knees bent, and your legs [elevated]… …

    Grammatical examples in English