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Pronunciation of Raised: Learn how to pronounce Raised in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word raise:

[with object]
1lift or move to a higher position or level:
she raised both arms above her head
his flag was raised over the city
lift or move to a vertical position; set upright:
Melody managed to raise him to his feet
construct or build (a structure):
a fence was being raised around the property
cause to rise or form:
the galloping horse raised a cloud of dust
bring to the surface (a ship that has sunk):
divers have located and hope to raise the submarine
cause (bread) to rise, especially by the action of yeast:
a strain of yeast that would create enough gas to raise the thick bread dough
2increase the amount, level, or strength of:
the bank raised interest rates
the need to raise the quality of education
he had to raise his voice to make himself heard
promote (someone) to a higher rank:
the king raised him to the title of Count Torre Bella
(raise something to) Mathematics multiply a quantity to (a specified power):
3 raised to the 7th power is 2,187
[with two objects] (in poker or brag) bet (a specified amount) more than (another player):
I’ll raise you another hundred dollars
Bridge make a higher bid in the same suit as that bid by (one’s partner):
with support for partner’s bid suit you raise him to game in it
[no object]:
North raises to three no trumps
3cause to occur or to be considered:
the alarm was raised when he failed to return home
universities are meant to raise doubts about every axiom
4collect, levy, or bring together (money or resources):
it is hoped that the event will raise £50,000
generate (an invoice or other document):
I have raised an invoice for the tape
5bring up (a child):
he was born and raised in San Francisco
breed or grow (animals or plants):
they raised pigs and kept a pony
6bring (someone) back from death:
God raised Jesus from the dead
cause (a ghost or spirit) to appear:
the piece raises the ghosts of a number of twentieth-century ideas
7abandon or force an enemy to abandon (a siege, blockade, or embargo):
in late April Henry decided to raise the siege
drive (an animal) from its lair:
the rabbit was only 250 yards from where he first raised it
8(of someone at sea) come in sight of (land or another ship):
they raised the low coast by evening
British informal establish contact with (someone) by telephone or radio:
I raised him on the open line
9 Medicine stimulate production of (an antiserum, antibody, or other biologically active substance) against the appropriate target cell or substance:
monoclonal antibodies raised against human lymphocytes
1North American an increase in salary:
he wants a raise and some perks
2(in poker or brag) an increase in a stake.
Bridge a higher bid in the suit that one’s partner has bid.
3 [usually with adjective or noun modifier] Weightlifting an act of lifting or raising a part of the body while holding a weight:
bent-over raises