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  1. uplift

    • v.
      raise the level of; improve;cause (someone) to feel more cheerful, positive, or optimistic
    • n.
      an instance of being raised or increased;something that makes a person feel more cheerful, positive, or optimistic
    • verb: uplift, 3rd person present: uplifts, gerund or present participle: uplifting, past tense: uplifted, past participle: uplifted

    • noun: uplift, plural noun: uplifts

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. raise the level of; improve the refreshing smell of essential oils like lavender and peppermint can instantly uplift your mood what better way to uplift the spirits than to plan your next holiday?
    • cause (someone) to feel more cheerful, positive, or optimistic audiences will be uplifted by this incredible tale of fighting for your dreams
    • 2. lift to a higher position dust is uplifted by wind
    • raise up (strata, mountains, etc.) by an upward movement of the earth’s crust the mountains were uplifted during the Jurassic period

    名詞

    • 1. an instance of being raised or increased the whole club has seen an uplift in confidence there's been an uplift in revenue
    • 2. something that makes a person feel more cheerful, positive, or optimistic their love will prove an enormous uplift to get our whole group back together should be a big emotional uplift for the team
    • 3. an upward movement of part of the earth's surface this uplift happened as recently as 45,000 years ago
    • 4. support from a garment, especially for a woman's bust an uplift bra