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What is the meaning of raised raised?

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Asked by: Jenny Evans

What is definition of raised?

1 : to cause or help to rise to a standing position. 2a : awaken, arouse. b : to stir up : incite raise a rebellion.

Is raise or raised?

As a literal, transitive verb: As a regular verb, “raise” means “to move to a higher position.” For example, “We shall raise the flag.” Its past tense and past participle conjugations are both spelled “raised.” The same sentence in the past tense would be, “We raised the flag.” The verb “raise” is also transitive.

Is Raised correct?

Notice that the past tense of “rise” is “rose.” That’s because the verb is irregular: rise, rose, risen. But, “raise” is regular: raise, raised, raised.

What is the example of raised?

They have raised their children to be well-mannered. She was raised by her grandparents. He was raised (as) a Baptist. = He was raised Baptist.

Where were you raised Meaning?

The plave where you are “raised” is the place where you lived most of your childhood years — where you literally raise up from a small child to an adult (like where you grow up). For example, a person can be raised in a certain city or neighborhood — “I was raised in a small mountain town called Erwin.

Had raised or has raised?

“Has raised” is the past perfect of “to raise”. So it would depend on the context of the sentence you are trying to construct in order to choose between these two different verbs.

What is the synonym of raised?

heightened, high, increased, jacked (up), up.

Has risen raised?

B. The past tense of to rise is rose, and the past participle of to rise is risen. To rise is an intransitive verb and does not have a direct object.

Does the sun rise or raise?

Rise is intransitive verb and does not take an object. What this means is that you use the verb rise when something moves upwards by itself. The sun rises every morning.

What is born and raised?

Both born and raised in the same particular place; having lived in one’s birthplace through one’s adolescence. The phrase implies that one’s identity has been shaped by the place. I may live in California now, but I’m a Texas gal, born and raised!

What part of speech is raised?


part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: raises, raising, raised

Is Raised adjective?

RAISED (adjective) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.