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arouse
ə'raʊz
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Stop sleeping.
  2. Cause to become awake or conscious.
  3. Cause to be alert and energetic.
  4. Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic.
  5. Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses).
  6. Stimulate sexually.
  7. To begin moving,.
Hyphenationa•rouse
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
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唤醒huànxǐngto wake somebody; to rouse
鼓励gǔlìto encourage
引起yǐnqǐto give rise to; to lead to; to cause; to arouse
睡醒shuìxǐngto wake up; awake; conscious
激起jīqǐto arouse; to evoke; to cause; to stir up
to arouse; to incite; to excite; to stimulate; sharp; fierce; violent
激发jīfāto arouse; to excite
挑动tiǎodòngto entice; to arouse; to provoke
gōuto attract; to arouse; to tick; to strike out; to delineate; to collude; variant of , hook; (Chinese surname)
鼓动gǔdòngto agitate; to arouse; to instigate; to encite
动员dòngyuánto mobilize; to arouse; mobilization
惹起rěqǐprovoke, incite; stir up; arouse (attention)
提起tíqǐto mention; to speak of; to lift; to pick up; to arouse; to raise (a topic, a heavy weight, one's fist, one's spirits etc)
发动fādòngto start; to launch; to unleash; to mobilize; to arouse
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