ascend

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} tırmanmak
ziyadeleşmek
ağmak
(Bilgisayar) yükselt
çıkmak
yükselmek
yukarı çık
üzerine çıkmak
çık/yüksel
çıkılabilir
yükselmek muzikte pesten tize geçmek
{f} artmak
ascendable çıkılır
{f} yukarı çıkmak
{f} pesten tize geçmek [müz.]
{f} (hükümdar) (tahta) çıkmak
çoğalmak ziyadeleşmek
akarsu boyunca akıntıya karşı gitmek
tahta çıkmak
pesten tize geçmek
ascend the throne
tahta çıkmak
ascend the slope
bayır yukarı çıkmak
ascend the stairs
merdivenleri çıkmak
ascend the throne
tahta oturmak
ascend the throne
tahta gelmek
ascend the throne
tahta geçmek
ascend to heaven
cennete gitmek
ascend to the sky
gökyüzüne çıkmak
ascendency
{i} üstünlük
ascendency
{i} itibar
ascendancy
egemenlik
ascendancy
{i} hüküm sürme
ascendant
üstün
ascendant
{s} etkin
ascendency
{i} egemenlik
ascendency
{i} hüküm sürme
ascending
artan yükselen
ascendancy
güç
ascendancy
hüküm
ascendant
hakim
ascending
(Bilgisayar) artan sırada
ascending
(Tıp) asendan
ascending
yukarı çıkma
ascending
yukarı çıkan
ascending
yükselerek
ascendancy
nüfuz
ascendancy
üstünlük
ascendant
hâkim
ascending
artan
ascending
(sıfat) yükselen
ascended
1. Çıkmış, yukarı çıkmış, yükselmiş2. Artmış3. (Müzik) peşten tize geçmiş
to ascend
çıkmak için
ascendancy
faiklyet
ascendancy
{i} itibar
ascendancy
fodulluk
ascendant
{i} ekliptiğin yükselen noktası
ascendant
{s} yükselen
ascendant
nüfuzlu
ascendant
{s} ufukta görünmeye başlayan. i
ascendant
{s} egemen
ascendant
yükseğe çıkan/yüksekte
ascendant
(isim) ekliptiğin yükselen noktası
ascending
artan,n.yukarı çıkma: v.yukarı çık: prep.yükselerek
ascending
yükselen
faded ascend
(Bilgisayar) soluk yükselt
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To succeed

She ascended to the thrown when her mother abdicated.

To go up

You ascend the stairs and take a right.

To move upward, to fly, to soar

He ascended to heaven upon a cloud.

To slope in an upward direction

The road ascends the mountain.

travel up, "We ascended the mountain"; "go up a ladder"; "The mountaineers slowly ascended the steep slope" slope upwards; "The path ascended to the top of the hill" go along towards (a river's) source; "The boat ascended the Delaware" become king or queen; "She ascended to the throne after the King's death" go back in order of genealogical succession; "Inheritance may not ascend linearly
go back in order of genealogical succession; "Inheritance may not ascend linearly
{v} to go up, rise, recur back in time
to climb; go, come or move from a lover to a higher level

Often formal usage.

If someone ascends to an important position, they achieve it or are appointed to it. When someone ascends a throne, they become king, queen, or pope. see also ascending
To move upward; to mount; to go up; to rise; opposed to descend
If you ascend a hill or staircase, you go up it. Mrs Clayton had to hold Lizzie's hand as they ascended the steps Then we ascend steeply through forests of rhododendron. descend
vt menaiki (naik)
To go or move upward upon or along; to climb; to mount; to go up the top of; as, to ascend a hill, a ladder, a tree, a river, a throne
slope upwards; "The path ascended to the top of the hill"
go back in order of genealogical succession; "Inheritance may not ascend linearly"
v To go up Climbers ascend a route to get to the top
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come up, of celestial bodies; "The sun also rises"; "The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled "; "Jupiter ascends"
If something ascends, it moves up, usually vertically or into the air. Keep the drill steady while it ascends and descends descend
travel up, "We ascended the mountain"; "go up a ladder"; "The mountaineers slowly ascended the steep slope"
become king or queen; "She ascended to the throne after the King's death"
To rise, in a figurative sense; to proceed from an inferior to a superior degree, from mean to noble objects, from particulars to generals, from modern to ancient times, from one note to another more acute, etc
To go up, to fly, to soar
If a staircase or path ascends, it leads up to a higher position. descend
as, our inquiries ascend to the remotest antiquity; to ascend to our first progenitor
{f} climb, go up; rise up
go along towards (a river's) source; "The boat ascended the Delaware"
go up
ascend a throne
become king, inherit the position of king
ascend the throne
become king, take the throne, be crowned as monarch
ascend to the throne
become king, take the throne, be crowned as monarch
ascendancy
The process or period of one's ascent

This was a key moment in Caesar's ascendancy.

ascendancy
Supremacy; superiority; dominant control; the quality of being in the ascendant
ascendant
Being in control
ascendancy
dominance
ascendant
dominant
ascendant
{n} highth, influence, superiority, rule
ascendant
position or state of being dominant or in control; "that idea was in the ascendant"
ascendant
{a} higher, superior, overpowering
ascendency
{n} superiority, influence, power
ascendancy
If one group has ascendancy over another group, it has more power or influence than the other group. Although geographically linked, the two provinces have long fought for political ascendancy = dominance. a position of power, influence, or control ascendant
ascendancy
the state that exists when one person or group has power over another; "her apparent dominance of her husband was really her attempt to make him pay attention to her"
ascendancy
{i} superiority, supremacy; domination, control; ancestry
ascendancy
Same as Ascendency
ascendant
An ancestor (antonym of descendant)
ascendant
The horoscope, or that degree of the ecliptic which rises above the horizon at the moment of one's birth; supposed to have a commanding influence on a person's life and fortune
ascendant
someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)
ascendant
Ascent; height; elevation
ascendant
Superior; surpassing; ruling
ascendant
Rising; ascending
ascendant
The degree of the zodiac which was rising at the birthplace when that individual was born Or, the intersection of the horizon and the ecliptic in the east On the horoscope, the horizontal line to the left designates the Ascendant and is the beginning of the 1st house
ascendant
{i} control, rule, power; ancestor; sign of the zodiac rising above the horizon at the time of birth
ascendant
Also known as the First House Cusp, or Rising Sign, the Ascendant is the position of the Sun on the horizon at the minute of your birth Astrologers consider it an even stronger psychological indicator of the personality, especially as it is perceived by others
ascendant
most powerful or important or influential; "the economically ascendant class"; "D-day is considered the dominating event of the war in Europe"
ascendant
If someone or something is in the ascendant, they have or are getting more power, influence, or popularity than other people or things. Radical reformers are once more in the ascendant. be in the ascendant to be or become powerful or popular. ascendent becoming more powerful or popular
ascendant
Rising, moving upward
ascendant
The sign and degree on the cusp of the First House See Rising Sign A planet is said to be ascending when moving via the ascendant between the fourth and tenth cusps More about Ascendant
ascendant
Rising toward the zenith; above the horizon
ascendant
Superiority, or commanding influence; ascendency; as, one man has the ascendant over another
ascendant
tending or directed upward; "rooted and ascendant strength like that of foliage"- John Ruskin
ascendant
An ancestor, or one who precedes in genealogy or degrees of kindred; a relative in the ascending line; a progenitor; opposed to descendant
ascendant
The ascendant is the sun sign that is on the horizon at the moment that you are born
ascendant
{s} ascending, rising, climbing, mounting
ascendant
The degree of the zodiac which rises over the eastern horizon In early Greek astrology, this degree was called the Horoscopos, from which the word horoscope was derived Sometimes the term Ascendant is used to describe the entire sign which is rising The Ascendant is considered by most astrologers to be very significant in chart interpretation, although the specific symbolic meaning varies greatly
ascendant
ancestor
ascendant
position or state of being dominant or in control; "that idea was in the ascendant" most powerful or important or influential; "the economically ascendant class"; "D-day is considered the dominating event of the war in Europe" tending or directed upward; "rooted and ascendant strength like that of foliage"- John Ruskin
ascendant
Surpassing or controlling
ascended
Past tense and past participle of to ascend
ascendency
Governing or controlling influence; domination; power
ascendency
{i} superiority, supremacy; domination, control; ancestry
ascendency
the state that exists when one person or group has power over another; "her apparent dominance of her husband was really her attempt to make him pay attention to her"
ascendency
Alternative spelling of ascendancy
ascending
a sort in which the values of items increases, as in an ordinary alphabetic order
ascending
Growing upwards at an angle
ascending
{s} rising, going up, climbing, sloping upwards
ascending
present participle of ascend
ascending
the act of changing location in an upward direction
ascending
Rising somewhat obliquely and curving upward
ascending
Rising upward gradual from a prostrate base
ascending
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ascending
Rising upward gradually from a prostrate base
ascending
moving or going or growing upward; "the ascending plane"; "the ascending staircase"; "the ascending stems of chickweed"
ascending
Sloping or angled upward See drawing of stem forms
ascending
Rising; moving upward; as, an ascending kite
ascending
If a group of things is arranged in ascending order, each thing is bigger, greater, or more important than the thing before it. Now draw or trace ten dinosaurs in ascending order of size. see also ascend
ascends
third-person singular of ascend
ascend
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