1. raising, increasing
2. promoting, promotion
raising prices
to insult, offend [..., ' 379] { : }
1. to raise, increase
2. to promote
[...\..., ' 379]
to promote in position
to raise the question
1. was raised, increased
2. was promoted
() [, ] { : }
1. to hide, conceal
2. to obscure, veil
[..., ' 381]
1. was hidden, concealed
2. was obscured, veiled
() [; ] { : , }
disappearance ()
1. was erected, set up
2. was selected, nominated
() [..., ' 382] { : }
setting up, placing
bringing before justice
pretending, pretense, posturing -
1. to erect, set-up
2. to select, nominate
[..., ' 382]
to enable one to stand on his own two feet { : , }
to load, burden [..., ' 384] { : }
1. to make deeper
2. to think deeply
[..., ' 384] { : }
was overburdened, overloaded () [; ] { : }
1. deepening
2. profundity
to grant, bestow [..., ' 387] { : }
to punish [..., ' 388] { : }
was granted, bestowed upon () [..., ' 387] { : }
granting, awarding
punishing
to employ, occupy, keep busy [..., ' 388]
was employed, occupied, kept busy () [; ] { : , }
employment
1. climbing, mountaineering
2. daring, audacity
3. "illegal" immigration (during British mandate)
to sadden, aggrieve [; ; ]
remark, comment
to stay late at night [; ; ]
1. to appreciate, value
2. to evaluate, appraise
3. to suppose, assume
[..., ' 398] { : }
to admire [..., ' 400]
1. was valued, esteemed
2. was evaluated, appraised
3. was supposed, presumed
() [..., ' 398] { : , , }
1. appreciation
2. estimation, appraisal
3. supposition, presumption
evaluation of a situation -
preparing, deployment ()
cheating, deceiving, trickery
admiration, adoration
to enrich [..., ' 402] { : }
enrichment
to copy, duplicate [..., ' 403]
was copied, duplicated () [..., ' 403]
copy, duplicate
copying
shelling, bombardment
to demonstrate, protest [..., ' 405] { : }
to arrange a meeting, bring together [..., ' 406] { : , , }
was protested () [..., ' 405] { : }
demonstration
show of force -
demonstrative
was brought together () [..., ' 406] { : , , }
pause, lull, intermission
1. turning over, inversion
2. converse, opposite
()
the opposite of...
internal contradiction
upside down, inverted
was frightened, scared () [; ]
to frighten, scare, terrify [..., ' 410] { : }
reduction, diminution