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Past participle ofraise. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (lifted)
a. elevado
The bride and groom ate at a raised table during their reception.Los novios comieron en una mesa elevada durante su banquete.
b. levantado
The teacher smiled when she saw all of the hands raised in the air.La maestra se sonrió cuando vio todas las manos levantadas en el aire.
2. (embossed)
a. en relieve
The initials of his name appeared over the doorframe in raised letters.Las iniciales de su nombre aparecieron sobre el marco de la puerta en letras en relieve.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (elevated; ground, platform)
a. elevado(a)
2. (embossed)
a. con relieve
raised [reɪzd]
[+platform] elevado; [+temperature, blood pressure, level] alto; elevado; [+voice] exaltado; (in relief) en relieve
I could hear raised voices in the next room oía voces exaltadas en la habitación de al lado
a small raised platform a raised jetty four feet high balance the skewer ends on the raised edges of a grill rack on her arm was a raised purple swelling he had a raised red scar on the back of his leg a raised body temperature mildly raised blood pressure need not be treated with drugs it can also lead to raised levels of fat deposition in the blood vessels Paul and his brother were found to have raised cholesterol levels white cards with raised printing he does architectural joinery: staircases, raised panel work, carving etc the hallway mouldings boasted a raised pattern of vine leaves
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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