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lift lift definition

lift


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  lift 
 
  8  of  24  senses  of  lift 
 
  Sense  1 
  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up 
  =>  get  up 
  =>  jack,  jack  up 
  =>  shoulder 
  =>  kick  up 
  =>  hoist,  lift,  wind 
  =>  trice,  trice  up 
  =>  hoist,  run  up 
  =>  hoist 
  =>  pump 
  =>  skid 
  =>  pinnacle 
  =>  chin,  chin  up 
  =>  raise,  leaven,  prove 
  =>  heighten 
  =>  hike,  hike  up  boost 
  =>  pick  up  lift  up  gather  up 
  =>  rear,  erect 
 
  Sense  2 
  lift 
  =>  heave,  heave  up  heft,  heft  up 
  =>  pitchfork,  fork 
 
  Sense  4 
  rise,  lift,  arise,  move  up  go  up  come  up  uprise 
  =>  climb,  climb  up  mount,  go  up 
  =>  soar,  soar  up  soar  upwards,  surge,  zoom 
  =>  go  up 
  =>  rocket,  skyrocket 
  =>  uplift 
  =>  chandelle 
  =>  steam 
  =>  rise,  come  up  uprise,  ascend 
 
  Sense  6 
  revoke,  annul,  lift,  countermand,  reverse,  repeal,  overturn,  rescind,  vacate 
  =>  renege,  renege  on  renegue  on  go  back  on 
 
  Sense  8 
  hoist,  lift,  wind 
  =>  trice,  trice  up 
 
  Sense  10 
  lift,  raise,  elevate 
  =>  exalt 
 
  Sense  12 
  rise,  lift,  rear 
  =>  loom,  tower,  hulk 
 
  Sense  14 
  plagiarize,  plagiarise,  lift 
  =>  crib 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  lift 
 
  8  of  24  senses  of  lift 
 
  Sense  1 
  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up 
  =>  get  up 
  =>  jack,  jack  up 
  =>  shoulder 
  =>  kick  up 
  =>  hoist,  lift,  wind 
  =>  trice,  trice  up 
  =>  trice,  trice  up 
  =>  hoist,  run  up 
  =>  hoist 
  =>  pump 
  =>  skid 
  =>  pinnacle 
  =>  chin,  chin  up 
  =>  raise,  leaven,  prove 
  =>  heighten 
  =>  hike,  hike  up  boost 
  =>  pick  up  lift  up  gather  up 
  =>  rear,  erect 
  =>  pitch,  set  up 
  =>  camp,  camp  down 
  =>  prick  up  prick,  cock  up 
 
  Sense  2 
  lift 
  =>  heave,  heave  up  heft,  heft  up 
  =>  upheave 
  =>  weigh  anchor 
  =>  pitchfork,  fork 
 
  Sense  4 
  rise,  lift,  arise,  move  up  go  up  come  up  uprise 
  =>  climb,  climb  up  mount,  go  up 
  =>  scale 
  =>  escalade 
  =>  ramp 
  =>  mountaineer 
  =>  ride 
  =>  soar,  soar  up  soar  upwards,  surge,  zoom 
  =>  billow,  wallow 
  =>  cloud 
  =>  go  up 
  =>  rocket,  skyrocket 
  =>  uplift 
  =>  chandelle 
  =>  steam 
  =>  rise,  come  up  uprise,  ascend 
 
  Sense  6 
  revoke,  annul,  lift,  countermand,  reverse,  repeal,  overturn,  rescind,  vacate 
  =>  renege,  renege  on  renegue  on  go  back  on 
 
  Sense  8 
  hoist,  lift,  wind 
  =>  trice,  trice  up 
 
  Sense  10 
  lift,  raise,  elevate 
  =>  exalt 
 
  Sense  12 
  rise,  lift,  rear 
  =>  loom,  tower,  hulk 
 
  Sense  14 
  plagiarize,  plagiarise,  lift 
  =>  crib 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  lift 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  lift 
 
  24  senses  of  lift 
 
  Sense  1 
  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up 
  =>  move  displace 
  Also  See->  lift  up#1 
 
  Sense  2 
  lift 
  =>  move  displace 
 
  Sense  3 
  lift,  raise 
  =>  move  displace 
 
  Sense  4 
  rise,  lift,  arise,  move  up  go  up  come  up  uprise 
  =>  travel,  go  move  locomote 
 
  Sense  5 
  lift 
  =>  utter,  emit,  let  out  let  loose 
 
  Sense  6 
  revoke,  annul,  lift,  countermand,  reverse,  repeal,  overturn,  rescind,  vacate 
  =>  cancel,  strike  down 
 
  Sense  7 
  pilfer,  cabbage,  purloin,  pinch,  abstract,  snarf,  swipe,  hook,  sneak,  filch,  nobble,  lift 
  =>  steal 
 
  Sense  8 
  hoist,  lift,  wind 
  =>  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up 
 
  Sense  9 
  raise,  lift 
  =>  better,  improve,  amend,  ameliorate,  meliorate 
 
  Sense  10 
  lift,  raise,  elevate 
  =>  change,  alter 
 
  Sense  11 
  lift 
  =>  remove,  take  take  away  withdraw 
 
  Sense  12 
  rise,  lift,  rear 
  =>  look  appear,  seem 
 
  Sense  13 
  lift 
  =>  liquidate,  pay  off 
 
  Sense  14 
  plagiarize,  plagiarise,  lift 
  =>  steal 
 
  Sense  15 
  rustle,  lift 
  =>  steal 
 
  Sense  16 
  airlift,  lift 
  =>  fly 
 
  Sense  17 
  lift 
  =>  dig,  dig  out 
 
  Sense  18 
  lift 
  =>  call  send  for 
 
  Sense  19 
  lift 
  =>  heave,  buckle,  warp 
 
  Sense  20 
  lift,  raise 
  =>  end  terminate 
 
  Sense  21 
  lift 
  =>  scalp 
 
  Sense  22 
  lift 
  =>  remove,  take  take  away  withdraw 
 
  Sense  23 
  lift 
  =>  remove,  take  take  away  withdraw 
 
  Sense  24 
  face-lift,  lift 
  =>  operate  on  operate 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  lift 
 
  lift  used  as  a  verb  is  very  familiar  (polysemy  count  =  24) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  lift 
 
  Sense  1 
  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up 
  =>  move  displace 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  2 
  lift 
  =>  move  displace 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  3 
  lift,  raise 
  =>  move  displace 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  4 
  rise,  lift,  arise,  move  up  go  up  come  up  uprise 
  =>  travel,  go  move  locomote 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  5 
  lift 
  =>  utter,  emit,  let  out  let  loose 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  6 
  revoke,  annul,  lift,  countermand,  reverse,  repeal,  overturn,  rescind,  vacate 
  =>  cancel,  strike  down 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  7 
  pilfer,  cabbage,  purloin,  pinch,  abstract,  snarf,  swipe,  hook,  sneak,  filch,  nobble,  lift 
  =>  steal 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  8 
  hoist,  lift,  wind 
  =>  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  9 
  raise,  lift 
  =>  better,  improve,  amend,  ameliorate,  meliorate 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  10 
  lift,  raise,  elevate 
  =>  change,  alter 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  11 
  lift 
  =>  remove,  take  take  away  withdraw 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  12 
  rise,  lift,  rear 
  =>  look  appear,  seem 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  13 
  lift 
  =>  liquidate,  pay  off 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  14 
  plagiarize,  plagiarise,  lift 
  =>  steal 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  15 
  rustle,  lift 
  =>  steal 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  16 
  airlift,  lift 
  =>  fly 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  17 
  lift 
  =>  dig,  dig  out 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  18 
  lift 
  =>  call  send  for 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  19 
  lift 
  =>  heave,  buckle,  warp 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  20 
  lift,  raise 
  =>  end  terminate 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  21 
  lift 
  =>  scalp 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  22 
  lift 
  =>  remove,  take  take  away  withdraw 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  23 
  lift 
  =>  remove,  take  take  away  withdraw 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  24 
  face-lift,  lift 
  =>  operate  on  operate 
  -------------- 
 
  Grep  of  noun  lift 
  aerodynamic  lift 
  airlift 
  berlin  airlift 
  chair  lift 
  chairlift 
  face  lift 
  lift 
  lift  bridge 
  lift  pump 
  lifter 
  lifting  device 
  liftman 
  liftoff 
  ski  lift 
  surface  lift 
  uplift 
 
  Overview  of  noun  lift 
 
  The  noun  lift  has  8  senses  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (1)  lift  --  (the  act  of  giving  temporary  assistance) 
  2.  aerodynamic  lift,  lift  --  (the  component  of  the  aerodynamic  forces  acting  on  an  airfoil  that  opposes  gravity) 
  3.  elevation,  lift,  raising  --  (the  event  of  something  being  raised  upward) 
  4.  lift,  rise  --  (a  wave  that  lifts  the  surface  of  the  water  or  ground) 
  5.  ski  tow,  ski  lift,  lift  --  (conveyance  that  carries  skiers  up  a  hill) 
  6.  elevator,  lift  --  (lifting  device  consisting  of  a  platform  or  cage  that  is  raised  and  lowered  mechanically  in  a  vertical  shaft  in  order  to  move  people  from  one  floor  to  another  in  a  building) 
  7.  lift  --  (a  ride  in  a  car  "he  gave  me  a  lift  home") 
  8.  lift,  raise,  heave,  elevation  --  (the  act  of  raising  something  "he  responded  with  a  lift  of  his  eyebrow";  "fireman  learn  several  different  raises  for  getting  ladders  up") 
 
  Overview  of  verb  lift 
 
  The  verb  lift  has  24  senses  (first  11  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (32)  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up  --  (raise  from  a  lower  to  a  higher  position;  "Raise  your  hands";  "Lift  a  load") 
  2.  (10)  lift  --  (take  hold  of  something  and  move  it  to  a  different  location;  "lift  the  box  onto  the  table") 
  3.  (2)  lift,  raise  --  (move  upwards;  "lift  one's  eyes") 
  4.  (2)  rise,  lift,  arise,  move  up  go  up  come  up  uprise  --  (move  upward;  "The  fog  lifted";  "The  smoke  arose  from  the  forest  fire";  "The  mist  uprose  from  the  meadows") 
  5.  (2)  lift  --  (make  audible;  "He  lifted  a  war  whoop") 
  6.  (2)  revoke,  annul,  lift,  countermand,  reverse,  repeal,  overturn,  rescind,  vacate  --  (annul  by  recalling  or  rescinding;  "He  revoked  the  ban  on  smoking";  "lift  an  embargo";  "vacate  a  death  sentence") 
  7.  (1)  pilfer,  cabbage,  purloin,  pinch,  abstract,  snarf,  swipe,  hook,  sneak,  filch,  nobble,  lift  --  (make  off  with  belongings  of  others) 
  8.  (1)  hoist,  lift,  wind  --  (raise  or  haul  up  with  or  as  if  with  mechanical  help;  "hoist  the  bicycle  onto  the  roof  of  the  car") 
  9.  (1)  raise,  lift  --  (invigorate  or  heighten;  "lift  my  spirits",  "lift  his  ego") 
  10.  (1)  lift,  raise,  elevate  --  (raise  in  rank  or  condition:  "The  new  law  lifted  many  people  from  poverty") 
  11.  (1)  lift  --  (take  off  or  away  by  decreasing;  "lift  the  pressure") 
  12.  rise,  lift,  rear  --  (rise  up  "The  building  rose  before  them") 
  13.  lift  --  (pay  off  as  of  mortgages) 
  14.  plagiarize,  plagiarise,  lift  --  (take  without  referencing  from  someone  else's  writing  or  speech;  of  intellectual  property) 
  15.  rustle,  lift  --  (take  illegally,  as  of  cattle) 
  16.  airlift,  lift  --  (fly  people  or  goods  to  or  from  places  not  accessible  by  other  means:  "Food  is  airlifted  into  Bosnia") 
  17.  lift  --  (take  out  of  the  ground,  of  root  crops;  "lift  potatoes") 
  18.  lift  --  (call  to  stop  the  hunt  or  to  retire,  as  of  hunting  dogs) 
  19.  lift  --  (rise  upward,  as  from  pressure  or  moisture;  "The  floor  is  lifting  slowly") 
  20.  lift,  raise  --  (put  an  end  to  as  of  a  siege  or  a  blockade;  "lift  a  ban";  "raise  a  siege") 
  21.  lift  --  (remove  by  scalping,  of  hair) 
  22.  lift  --  (remove  from  a  seedbed  or  form  a  nursery,  as  of  bulbs) 
  23.  lift  --  (remove  from  a  surface,  of  fingerprints) 
  24.  face-lift,  lift  --  (perform  cosmetic  surgery  on  someone's  face) 
 
  Grep  of  adj  lift 
  lifted 
 
  Overview  of  noun  lift 
 
  The  noun  lift  has  8  senses  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (1)  lift  --  (the  act  of  giving  temporary  assistance) 
  2.  aerodynamic  lift,  lift  --  (the  component  of  the  aerodynamic  forces  acting  on  an  airfoil  that  opposes  gravity) 
  3.  elevation,  lift,  raising  --  (the  event  of  something  being  raised  upward) 
  4.  lift,  rise  --  (a  wave  that  lifts  the  surface  of  the  water  or  ground) 
  5.  ski  tow,  ski  lift,  lift  --  (conveyance  that  carries  skiers  up  a  hill) 
  6.  elevator,  lift  --  (lifting  device  consisting  of  a  platform  or  cage  that  is  raised  and  lowered  mechanically  in  a  vertical  shaft  in  order  to  move  people  from  one  floor  to  another  in  a  building) 
  7.  lift  --  (a  ride  in  a  car  "he  gave  me  a  lift  home") 
  8.  lift,  raise,  heave,  elevation  --  (the  act  of  raising  something  "he  responded  with  a  lift  of  his  eyebrow";  "fireman  learn  several  different  raises  for  getting  ladders  up") 
 
  Overview  of  verb  lift 
 
  The  verb  lift  has  24  senses  (first  11  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (32)  raise,  lift,  elevate,  get  up  bring  up  --  (raise  from  a  lower  to  a  higher  position;  "Raise  your  hands";  "Lift  a  load") 
  2.  (10)  lift  --  (take  hold  of  something  and  move  it  to  a  different  location;  "lift  the  box  onto  the  table") 
  3.  (2)  lift,  raise  --  (move  upwards;  "lift  one's  eyes") 
  4.  (2)  rise,  lift,  arise,  move  up  go  up  come  up  uprise  --  (move  upward;  "The  fog  lifted";  "The  smoke  arose  from  the  forest  fire";  "The  mist  uprose  from  the  meadows") 
  5.  (2)  lift  --  (make  audible;  "He  lifted  a  war  whoop") 
  6.  (2)  revoke,  annul,  lift,  countermand,  reverse,  repeal,  overturn,  rescind,  vacate  --  (annul  by  recalling  or  rescinding;  "He  revoked  the  ban  on  smoking";  "lift  an  embargo";  "vacate  a  death  sentence") 
  7.  (1)  pilfer,  cabbage,  purloin,  pinch,  abstract,  snarf,  swipe,  hook,  sneak,  filch,  nobble,  lift  --  (make  off  with  belongings  of  others) 
  8.  (1)  hoist,  lift,  wind  --  (raise  or  haul  up  with  or  as  if  with  mechanical  help;  "hoist  the  bicycle  onto  the  roof  of  the  car") 
  9.  (1)  raise,  lift  --  (invigorate  or  heighten;  "lift  my  spirits",  "lift  his  ego") 
  10.  (1)  lift,  raise,  elevate  --  (raise  in  rank  or  condition:  "The  new  law  lifted  many  people  from  poverty") 
  11.  (1)  lift  --  (take  off  or  away  by  decreasing;  "lift  the  pressure") 
  12.  rise,  lift,  rear  --  (rise  up  "The  building  rose  before  them") 
  13.  lift  --  (pay  off  as  of  mortgages) 
  14.  plagiarize,  plagiarise,  lift  --  (take  without  referencing  from  someone  else's  writing  or  speech;  of  intellectual  property) 
  15.  rustle,  lift  --  (take  illegally,  as  of  cattle) 
  16.  airlift,  lift  --  (fly  people  or  goods  to  or  from  places  not  accessible  by  other  means:  "Food  is  airlifted  into  Bosnia") 
  17.  lift  --  (take  out  of  the  ground,  of  root  crops;  "lift  potatoes") 
  18.  lift  --  (call  to  stop  the  hunt  or  to  retire,  as  of  hunting  dogs) 
  19.  lift  --  (rise  upward,  as  from  pressure  or  moisture;  "The  floor  is  lifting  slowly") 
  20.  lift,  raise  --  (put  an  end  to  as  of  a  siege  or  a  blockade;  "lift  a  ban";  "raise  a  siege") 
  21.  lift  --  (remove  by  scalping,  of  hair) 
  22.  lift  --  (remove  from  a  seedbed  or  form  a  nursery,  as  of  bulbs) 
  23.  lift  --  (remove  from  a  surface,  of  fingerprints) 
  24.  face-lift,  lift  --  (perform  cosmetic  surgery  on  someone's  face) 



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