English → English - arouse

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v. excite, stimulate; prod, urge

English → Spanish - arouse

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v. despertar; evocar, producir como respuesta, suscitar; incitar, avivar, inspirar

English → French - arouse

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v. réveiller, éveiller; stimuler, exciter

English → German - arouse

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v. aufrütteln, aufwecken; erwecken

English → Indonesian - arouse

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v. membangunkan, membangkit, membangkitkan, menggugah, menimbulkan, mendorongkan, menghidupkan, menggetarkan, menggerakkan, memperkesankan

English → Italian - arouse

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v. destare, svegliare; (fig) risvegliare, ridestare, scuotere; suscitare

English → Polish - arouse

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v. obudzić ze snu, pobudzać do działania, wzbudzać, wzbudzić

English → Portuguese - arouse

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v. estimular; acordar; animar; sacudir

English → Romanian - arouse

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v. trezi, deştepta, stârni, scula, agita, suscita

English → Russian - arouse

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г. будить, пробуждать; просыпаться, пробуждаться; возбуждать, вызывать

English → Turkish - arouse

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f. uyandırmak, kaldırmak, canlandırmak, harekete geçirmek

English → Ukrainian - arouse

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v. будити, просипатися, пробуджуватися, викликати, збуджувати, дратувати

English → Dutch - arouse

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ww. er op wijzen, duidelijk maken; aansporen

English → Greek - arouse

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ρήμ. εξεγείρω, αφυπνίζω

English → Arabic - arouse

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‏أيقظ، أثار، إستحث، إستيقظ‏

English → Chinese - arouse

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(动) 唤起; 激起...的情欲; 激动, 使奋发; 叫醒; 发奋, 激动; 醒来

English → Chinese - arouse

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(動) 喚起; 激起...的情欲; 激動, 使奮發; 叫醒; 發奮, 激動; 醒來

English → Hindi - arouse

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v. जगाना, उकसाना, उत्तेजित करना

English → Japanese - arouse

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(動) 呼び起こす; 刺激する; 起こす

English → Korean - arouse

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동. 깨우다, 자극하다; 몰아대다

English → Vietnamese - arouse

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v. đánh thức, khêu gợi, kích thích, khiêu khích, thức dậy, làm mê hoặc

Definition of arouse

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Verb
The new building proposals in the village are arousing unneeded discomfort.
To arouse compassion;
To arouse jealousy;
To arouse anger
2. To sexually stimulate.
I can't keep my eyes off the dancer; she arouses me greatly.
3. To wake from sleep or stupor.
She was snoring and nothing would arouse her.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: arousing
Present: arouse (3.person: arouses)
Past: aroused
Future: will arouse
Present conditional: would arouse
Present Perfect: have aroused (3.person: has aroused)
Past Perfect: had aroused
Future Perfect: will have aroused
Past conditional: would have aroused
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