US: /ɝˈaɪz/
UK: /ɐɹˈa‍ɪz/

English Vietnamese dictionary

arise /ə'raiz/
  • nội động từ arose, arisen
    • xuất hiện, nảy sinh ra, xảy ra
      • more difficulties arose: nhiều khó khăn nảy sinh ra
      • there arose many heroes: nhiều anh hùng xuất hiện
    • phát sinh do; do bởi
      • difficulties arising from the war: những phát sinh khó khăn do chiến tranh
    • (thơ ca) sống lại, hồi sinh
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) mọc lên; trở dậy
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) nổi lên, vọng đến, vang đến (tiếng âm thanh)

Advanced English dictionary

1 (rather formal) (especially of a problem or a difficult situation) to happen; to start to exist
Synonym: OCCUR
A new crisis has arisen. + We keep them informed of any changes as they arise. + Children should be disciplined when the need arises (= when it is necessary). + A storm arose during the night.
2 ~ (out of / from sth) (rather formal) to happen as a result of a particular situation: injuries arising out of a road accident + Emotional or mental problems can arise from a physical cause. + Are there any matters arising from the minutes of the last meeting?
3 (formal) to begin to exist or develop: Several new industries arose in the town.
4 (old use or literary) to get out of bed; to stand up: He arose at dawn.
5 (old use) to come together to protest about sth or to fight for sth: The peasants arose against their masters.
6 (literary) (of a mountain, a tall building, etc.) to become visible gradually as you move towards it

Thesaurus dictionary

1 rise, get up, stand up, get to one's feet; wake up, get out of bed, awake:
We arose when Lady Spencer entered the room. I have arisen before dawn all my life.
2 rise, go up, come up, ascend, climb; mount:
The full moon arose in the eastern sky.
3 come up, be brought up, be mentioned, Colloq crop up:
The subject never would have arisen if the waiter hadn't spilt the wine on me.
4 spring up, begin, start (up), originate, come up, Colloq crop up:
A very unpleasant situation has arisen regarding the missing funds.

Collocation dictionary


naturally, spontaneously | directly


may, might | be likely/unlikely to


Some learning difficulties arise from the way children are taught at school.
| out of
The current debate arose out of the concerns of parents.

Concise English dictionary

+come into existence; take on form or shape
+originate or come into being
+rise to one's feet
+result or issue
+move upward
+take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance
+get up and out of bed