uplift

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A tectonic upheaval, especially one that takes place in the process of mountain building
A brassiere that raises the breasts
lifted up
The act or result of being uplifted
To raise something or someone to a higher physical, social, moral, intellectual, spiritual or emotional level
{v} to lift up or high, raise aloft, raise
v to raise or elevate something (such as an area of land or rock)
a structurally high area in the crust, produced by movements that raise the rocks, such as isostatic rebound
Wind load on a building which causes a load in the upward direction
Genetic or cybernetic modification of species, leading to improved intelligence, sentience or physical capabilities
lift up or elevate
In economics, an uplift in something such as the price of shares is an increase in their value. an uplift in the stock market Its shares were down across the first quarter, but are now showing a 20 per cent uplift
An upward force
{f} raise, elevate; cause emotional or spiritual elation; exalt
To lift or raise aloft; to raise; to elevate; as, to uplift the arm; to uplift a rock
Wind load on a building which causes a load in the upward direction See "Suction"
lift up from the earth, as by geologic forces; "the earth's movement uplifted this part of town"
(pronounced up-lift): To uplift is to pick up, collect, or take possession of something They had instructed their hauliers not to uplift grain if there was any doubt about where it had been stored He came round to uplift the rent
a brassiere that lifts and supports the breasts lift up or elevate lift up from the earth, as by geologic forces; "the earth's movement uplifted this part of town
fill with high spirits; fill with optimism; "Music can uplift your spirits"
If something uplifts people, it helps them to have a better life, for example by making them feel happy or by improving their social conditions. We need a little something to help sometimes, to uplift us and make us feel better Art was created to uplift the mind and the spirit. Uplift is also a noun. This victory was a massive uplift for us
the process of gentle increase in the elevation of a unit of terrain
Wind moving over a structure causes negative wind pressure (suction) to be placed on a building that creates uplift forces (upward pull) Roofs are designed to resist uplift caused when high winds travel over and across the roof
A structurally high area in the crust, produced by movements that raise the rocks, as in a broad dome or arch
a brassiere that lifts and supports the breasts
Fuel to be loaded onto the aircraft
The upheaval or lifting up of the earth's crust
{i} spiritual or emotional elation; lifting up, raising (as in the surface of the earth)
(geology) a rise of land to a higher elevation (as in the process of mountain building)
A raising or upheaval of strata so as to disturb their regularity and uniformity, and to occasion folds, dislocations, and the like
tectonic uplift
The raising of a geographical area as a consequence of plate tectonics

The meander in the river had been become incised as a result of tectonic uplift.

tectonic-uplift
Attributive form of tectonic uplift, noun
uplifted
Simple past tense and past participle of uplift
uplifted
If people's faces or arms are uplifted, they are pointing them upwards or are holding them up. The men support the ballerinas, who pose with their uplifted arms. her white, uplifted chin
uplifted
exalted emotionally especially with pride
uplifted
If something makes you feel uplifted, it makes you feel very cheerful and happy. people whose presence left you feeling uplifted, happy and full of energy. a smile so radiant that he felt uplifted by it
uplifted
past of uplift
uplifter
{i} person or thing that uplifts
uplifting
the slow upward movement of large parts of stable areas of the earth’s crust
uplifting
Which heightens the mood
uplifting
You describe something as uplifting when it makes you feel very cheerful and happy. a charming and uplifting love story I like a film to be uplifting. making you feel happier and more hopeful
uplifting
- Caused when pressure pushes rock strata upwards until it breaks, leaving the rock layers exposed on their end The rock strata are now laying vertically instead of horizontally
uplifting
the rise of something; "the uplifting of the clouds revealed the blue of a summer sky"
uplifting
the rise of something; "the uplifting of the clouds revealed the blue of a summer sky
uplifting
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uplifts
plural of , uplift
uplifts
third-person singular of uplift
wind uplift
Resistance to wind uplift forces may be necessary for exterior ceiling and soffit designs A substantial hanger system design, incorporating rods or straps, plus acoustical unit retention clips, is commonly required Verify code requirements for wind uplift force resistance and manufacturer's recommendations for ceiling installations based on these values
wind uplift
(1) The upward displacement of a section of a roof system or component caused by movement of air from a location of higher air pressure, such as inside a building, to an area of lower air pressure, such as the surface of a roof during a windy day Strong wind across the surface of a roof, especially at corners and along perimeters, creates low air pressure above the surface of the roof Nature will automatically try to compensate for this by moving air from an area of higher pressure such as inside a building If all penetrations and perimeters are not properly sealed, then "blow-off" can occur (2) Displacement or blow-off of shingles or other roofing caused by the wind
wind uplift
Resistance to wind uplift forces may b
wind uplift
the force caused by the deflection of wind at roof edges, roof peaks, or obstructions, causing a drop in air pressure immediately above the roof surface This force is then transmitted to the roof surface Uplift may also occur because of the introduction of air pressure underneath the membrane and roof edges, where it can cause the membrane to balloon and pull away from the deck
wind uplift
the force caused by the deflection of wind at roof edges, roof peaks or obstructions, causing a drop in air pressure immediately above the roof surface This force is then transmitted to the roof surface Uplift may also occur because of the introduction of air pressure underneath the membrane and roof edges, where it can cause the membrane to balloon and pull away from the deck
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