The English meaning of 1 to rise2 to raise3 to get up4 to set out5 to start6 to appear7 to launch8 to initiate (action)9 to draft10 to establish11 to get (from a depot or counter)12 verb suffix, to start13 starting from (a time, place, price etc)14 classifier for occurrences or unpredictable events: case, instance15 classifier for groups: batch, group
This book is too difficult for you to read.
Compared with yours, my car is small.
A whistle blew, and the boat slowly began to pull out of port.
She put aside the sewing and stood up.
He told us such a funny story that we all laughed.
All the signs are that she is getting better.
This photograph reminds me of enjoyable times when I was a child.
The hair style of the Beatles created a sensation.
They set out with a guide just in case they lost their way.
He cannot buy a car, still less a house.
Alice has had a cold since last Sunday.
The ages of the two children put together was equivalent to that of their father.
I don't have anyone who'd travel with me.