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ascend
ə'sɛnd
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Travel up,.
  2. Move to a better position in life or to a better job.
  3. Come up, of celestial bodies.
  4. Slope upwards.
  5. Go along towards (a river's) source.
  6. Ascend.
  7. Become king or queen.
  8. Go back in order of genealogical succession.
Hyphenationas•cend
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
Matching Results
上升shàngshēngto rise; to go up; to ascend
追溯zhuīsùlit. to go upstream; to trace something back to; to date from
登高dēnggāouprise; hike to mountain peak
攀登pāndēngto climb; to pull oneself up; to clamber; to scale; fig. to forge ahead in the face of hardships and danger
yuèto ascend; to climb; to rise, to step on; to tread on; to walk upon, to pull out; to uproot, to promote, to jump; to leap
shēngto ascend; to rise to the rank of; to promote; to hoist; liter; measure for dry grain equal to one-tenth dou
升腾shēngténgto rise; to ascend; to leap up
shēngto ascend; to rise in rank
爬升páshēngto rise; to ascend; to climb (airplane etc); to go up (sales figures etc); to gain promotion
zhìto advance; to ascend; to promote
升高shēnggāoto raise; to ascend
dēngto scale (a height); to ascend; to mount; to publish or record; to enter (e.g. in a register); to press down with the foot; to step or tread on; to put on (shoes or trousers) (dialect); to be gathered and taken to the threshing ground (old)
擢升zhuóshēngto promote (somebody); to upgrade; to ascend
to go up (esp. in rank); to rise; to ascend
(same as ) to go up; to rise; to ascend
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