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上げ, 揚げ, あげ
Noun, used as a suffix, See 縫い揚げ・ぬいあげ
1. tuck (e.g. in a dress)
Only 上げ, Antonym: 下げ・1
2. rise (e.g. in price)
あげる, 上げ, 挙げる, 揚げる
Ichidan verb, Transitive, See 手を挙げる・1
1. to raise, to elevate
See 髪を上げる
2. to do up (one's hair)
3. to fly (a kite, etc.), to launch (fireworks, etc.), to surface (a submarine, etc.)
4. to land (a boat)
Only 揚げる
5. to deep-fry
取り上げ, 取りあげる, 取上げ, 採り上げ, とり上げ, 採りあげる, 採上げ, とりあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to pick up
2. to adopt (e.g. a proposal), to accept, to take up (a topic, complaint, etc.), to listen to, to deal with, to feature
3. to take away, to confiscate, to deprive (someone) of, to revoke
4. to deliver (a baby)
5. to collect (taxes)
上げ, 値上, ねあげ
Takes suru
price hike, mark-up
売り上げ, 売上げ, 売上, 売り上, うりあげ
amount sold, sales, proceeds, takings, turnover
引き上げ, 引き揚げ, 引上げ, 引揚げ, 引揚, ひきあげ
1. pulling up, drawing up, salvage, re-flotation
2. raising, increase, upward revision
3. repatriation, evacuation
引き上げ, 引上げ, 引き揚げる, 引きあげる, 引揚げる, ひき上げ, ひきあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to pull up, to drag up, to lift up
2. to increase, to raise (e.g. taxes)
3. to withdraw, to leave, to pull out, to retire
4. to promote (someone to a higher position)
5. to return home
申し上げ, 申上げ, 申しあげる, もうしあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive, Humble
1. to say, to tell, to state, to express, to offer, to extend (greetings, congratulations, etc.)
Auxiliary verb
2. to do
上げ, ちんあげ
Takes suru
wage increase, pay rise
上げ, しあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to finish up, to complete, to finish off, to get through, to polish off
立ち上げ, 立ちあげる, たちあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to start (something), to start up, to boot (a computer), to launch (a business)
持ち上げ, 持上げ, もちあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to elevate, to raise, to lift up
2. to flatter, to extol, to praise to the sky
打ち上げ, 打上げ, 打ち揚げる, 打揚げる, うちあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to launch, to shoot up
2. (of waves) to dash, to wash up (ashore)
3. to finish (e.g. a theater run, sumo tournament), to close
4. to report (to boss, etc.)
打ち上げ, 打上げ, 打ち揚げ, 打揚げ, うちあげ
1. launching, launch
2. end (of a theatrical run, etc.)
See 打ち上げ会・うちあげかい
3. closing party (e.g. a theater show), cast party, party to celebrate successful completion of a project
売上高, 売り上げ, うりあげだか
sales, amount sold, proceeds
上げ, 見あげる, みあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to look up at, to raise one's eyes
2. to look up to, to admire, to respect
上げ, たなあげ
Takes suru
shelving, pigeonholing
作り上げ, 作りあげる, 造り上げ, 造りあげる, つくりあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to build up, to complete, to construct, to create, to put together
2. to make up, to fabricate, to invent, to cook up
盛り上げ, 盛りあげる, もりあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to pile up, to heap up
2. to stir up, to enliven, to bring to a climax
差し上げ, 差上げ, さし上げ, さしあげる
Auxiliary verb, Ichidan verb, Transitive, Humble
1. to give, to offer
2. to lift up, to hold up, to raise
読み上げ, 読上げ, よみあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to read out, to read aloud, to call out
2. to finish reading, to read through
洗い上げ, あらいあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to finish washing, to wash well, to investigate thoroughly
上げ, 仕上, しあげ
finish, finishing, finishing touches
追い上げ, おいあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to gain on, to put pressure on, to close in on
積み上げ, 積上げ, つみあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to pile up, to make a heap, to lay (e.g. bricks)
2. to acquire (e.g. experience), to build (a reputation)
押し上げ, 押上げ, 押しあげる, おしあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to boost, to force up, to push up
繰り上げ, 繰上げ, くりあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to move up, to advance
乗り上げ, 乗上げ, のりあげる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, Transitive
to run up onto (e.g. sidewalk), to run aground, to be stranded
繰り上げ, 繰上, 繰上げ, くりあげ
upward move, advance
拾い上げ, ひろいあげる
Ichidan verb
to pick up, to pick out
上げ, りあげ
Takes suru
increase in interest rates
上げ, かくあげ
Takes suru
status elevation, upgrading, promotion
ぶち上げ, 打ち上げ, 打上げ, 打ち挙げる, ぶちあげる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to make a bold speech, to make a bold statement
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