turmoq, ko'tarilmoq, paydo bo'lmoq
- paydopaydo bo'ladiyuzaga keladigan
Verb(1) come into existence; take on form or shape(2) originate or come into being(3) rise to one's feet(4) result or issue(5) move upward(6) take part in a rebellion; renounce a former allegiance(7) get up and out of bed
(1) The difficulty of estimating road traffic is well known, and predictable problems arise in the Chester context.(2) But the service does not only deal with businesses, as big problems can arise in domestic situations too.(3) Conflict will only arise if we practice prejudice against either wisdom or faith.(4) He added that the council had envisaged some problems might arise but not to the extent that had occurred.(5) This regret did not arise as a result of the questioning of such practices among the medical profession itself.(6) most conflicts arise from ignorance or uncertainty(7) He said the intent of the clause was merely to ensure that the committee would continue operating when problems arose .(8) No important point of principle or practice arises and no other compelling reason exists for an appeal.(9) The insurance will cover damages arising as a result of an accident, medical costs, expatriation but not the theft of personal property.(10) It is about correcting an unintended consequence that may have arisen out of the original drafting of the bill.(11) It might be assumed that the birds' near-universal distribution led to comparable practices arising independently in different localities.(12) The problem arises where, in this situation, the principal instead wants to renege on the transaction.(13) It was a well attended meeting and what arose from it was the success of the youth discos over the year.(14) Similar practices arose in other east European states, China, and Cuba.(15) Doctors are encouraged to recognise and reflect on the philosophical questions arising during clinical practice.(16) This is not simply the kind of conflict that arises from wanting to do two things in time adequate for only one of them.
(1) to arise :: vujudga kelgan
1. come to light ::
2. result ::
5. develop ::
6. rise up ::
7. go up ::
8. come up ::
ko'tarilish; yaqinlashish, kelish
1. retire ::
Different Formsarise, arises, arising
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