arise

[[t]ərɪ̱zən[/t]]
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arises, arising, arose, arisen
1) VERB If a situation or problem arises, it begins to exist or people start to become aware of it.

...if a problem arises later in the pregnancy...

The birds also attack crops when the opportunity arises.

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2) VERB If something arises from a particular situation, or arises out of it, it is created or caused by the situation.

[V from/out of n] This serenity arose in part from Rachel's religious beliefs...

[V from/out of n] The charges arise out of a long-running fraud enquiry by Merseyside police.

3) VERB If something such as a new species, organization, or system arises, it begins to exist and develop.

New biological species arise only after the passage of millennia.

4) VERB When you arise, you get out of bed in the morning. [FORMAL]

He arose at 6:30 a.m. as usual.

5) VERB When you arise from a sitting or kneeling position, you stand up. [FORMAL]

When I arose from the chair, my father and Eleanor's father were in deep conversation...

Arise, Sir William.

6) VERB You can say that something tall such as a building or mountain arises from the ground around it. [LITERARY]

[V from n] ...the flat terrace, from which arises the cubic volume of the house.

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