give+rise+to

  • 1 give rise to — (something) to cause something to exist. Her experiences have given rise to the passion she expresses in her poetry. Stem cells produce more cells of the same kind liver stem cells give rise to liver cells, skin stem cells give rise to skin, and… …

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  • 2 give rise to — ► give rise to cause or induce to happen. Main Entry: ↑give …

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  • 3 give rise — index provoke Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 give rise to — index avail (bring about), cause, compose, create, develop, engender, establish (launch) …

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  • 5 give rise to — phrasal : to bring about : produce, occasion has exercised the skill of … scholars and given rise to an enormous body of literature Edward Clodd a watershed that gives rise to two large river systems American Guide Series: New Hampshire * * *… …

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  • 6 give rise to — {v. phr.} To be the reason for; cause. * /A branch floating in the water gave rise to Columbus hopes that land was near./ * /John s black eye gave rise to rumors that he had been in a fight./ …

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  • 7 give rise to — {v. phr.} To be the reason for; cause. * /A branch floating in the water gave rise to Columbus hopes that land was near./ * /John s black eye gave rise to rumors that he had been in a fight./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 8 give\ rise\ to — v. phr. To be the reason for; cause. A branch floating in the water gave rise to Columbus hopes that land was near. John s black eye gave rise to rumors that he had been in a fight …

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  • 9 give rise to — be the cause of something The problems with the heating system gave rise to a lot of other problems that we had to solve. to cause; to bring about …

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  • 10 give rise — verb cause to happen, occur or exist (Freq. 9) This procedure produces a curious effect The new law gave rise to many complaints These chemicals produce a noxious vapor the new President must bring about a change in the health care system • Syn:… …

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  • 11 give rise to — cause to happen. → give …

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  • 12 give rise to — phrasal to be the cause or source of ; produce …

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  • 13 give rise to — verb To be the origin of; to produce; to result in …

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  • 14 give rise to — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. originate, institute, cause; see begin 1 …

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  • 15 give rise to — cause, lead to, bring about, result in …

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  • 16 give rise to — idi to produce or cause …

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  • 17 give rise to something — phrase to make something happen or begin, especially something unpleasant or unexpected Delays could give rise to further problems. The remark about an election inevitably gave rise to widespread speculation. Thesaurus: to make something bad… …

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  • 18 give rise to something — give rise to (something) to cause something to exist. Her experiences have given rise to the passion she expresses in her poetry. Stem cells produce more cells of the same kind liver stem cells give rise to liver cells, skin stem cells give rise… …

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  • 19 give rise to something — to make something happen or begin, especially something unpleasant or unexpected Delays could give rise to further problems. The remark about an election inevitably gave rise to widespread speculation …

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  • 20 give — ► VERB (past gave; past part. given) 1) freely transfer the possession of; cause to receive or have. 2) yield as a product or result. 3) carry out (an action). 4) cause to experience or suffer. 5) state or put forward (information or argument) …

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