English → English - heave

n. act of lifting or raising; rhythmic rising and falling; toss, throw; attempt to vomit
v. lift, raise; toss, throw; rhythmically rise and fall; vomit; sigh heavily

English → Spanish - heave

s. aventón; gran esfuerzo
v. encaramar; levantarse, crecer; exhalar; arrojar, lanzar

English → French - heave

n. effort; haut-le-coeur; poussée
v. soulever en faisant un effort; soulever, gonfler; avoir un haut-le-coeur; pousser; lancer; jeter

English → German - heave

n. Zug; Schwung; Hochheben
v. hochheben, heben; wuchten; hochziehen; aufseufzen; schwanken (Schiff)

English → Indonesian - heave

n. angkatan, dorongan, gelora laut, ombak besar laut
v. mengangkat, menarik, melemparkan, beralun, mengalun, berombak, mengombak, menghela, kembang-kempis, menyembul

English → Italian - heave

s. sollevamento; sforzo per sollevare; lancio, tiro; il gonfiarsi, il sollevarsi; conato di vomito; (Geol) rigetto orizzontale
v. sollevare, alzare, levare di peso; gettare, lanciare, tirare; trascinare; (fig) emettere; gonfiare, dilatare; (Mar) alare; virare

English → Polish - heave

n. dźwignięcie, nudności, rozstęp, pęcznienie, falowanie
v. dźwignąć, dźwigać, podźwignąć, podźwigać, rzucać czymś ciężkim, falować, pęcznieć

English → Portuguese - heave

s. levantamento; elevação
v. levantar, puxar; elevar; tirar; empurrar; arremessar

English → Romanian - heave

n. agitaţie a valurilor, alunecare de teren, ridicare, urcare
v. ridica {nav.}, înălţa, urca, trage {nav.}, scoate, da drumul la, vomita, deplasa un strat, urca: se urca, ridica: se ridica

English → Russian - heave

с. подъем, бросок, рвотное движение, сдвиг, вздувание, запал, волнение
г. поднимать, тянуть, вздыматься, поворачивать, напрягаться, делать усилия

English → Turkish - heave

f. atmak, kaldırmak, kabarmak, şişirmek, çekmek, inip kalkmak, öğürmek, kusmak
i. kaldırma, atma, kabarma, fay hareketi, nefesi kesilme (at)

English → Ukrainian - heave

n. підйом, піднімання
v. піднімати, переміщати, здійматися, зітхати

English → Dutch - heave

zn. hijs
ww. optillen, trekken; op doen rijzen; uithalen; gooien

English → Greek - heave

ουσ. αγών, αγώνας, ανύψωση, ύψωση
ρήμ. σηκώνω, ρίχνω με δυσκολία

English → Arabic - heave

‏تنهدة، جيشان، ربو الخيل، رفع، سحب‏
‏بذل جهدا، ترفع، تقيأ، رفع، سحب، طرح، ناضل، إنتفخ‏

English → Chinese - heave

(名) 举, 起伏, 抛
(动) 用力举起, 使鼓起, 使胀起; 抛出, 喘息, 起伏

English → Chinese - heave

(名) 舉, 起伏, 拋
(動) 用力舉起, 使鼓起, 使脹起; 拋出, 喘息, 起伏

English → Hindi - heave

n. उत्तोलन, ग्हरी सांस, उसांस, उभाड़, आह
v. उठना, साँस लेना, हांफना, आहें भरना, फेंकना

English → Japanese - heave

(動) 引っ張り上げる; 投げる; 上下する; うねる
(名) 引き上げること; 投げること; 持ち上げること; 上下動; うねり

English → Korean - heave

명. 들어올리기; 리듬감 있게 들오올리고 내리는 것; 던짐; 메스꺼움
동. 올리다, 들어올리게 하다; 던지다; 리듬감 있게 들어올리고 내리다; 토하다; 괴로운 듯이 한숨을 내쉬다

English → Vietnamese - heave

n. sự nâng lên, sự kéo lên, sự đở lên, nhấc lên, sự buồn mữa, buồn nôn, sự giật ngữa
v. kéo lên, dỡ lên, buồn mữa, buồn nôn

Definition of heave

1. To lift (generally); to raise, or cause to move upwards (particularly in ships or vehicles) or forwards.
2. To lift with difficulty; to raise with some effort; to lift (a heavy thing).
We heaved the chest-of-doors on to the second-floor landing.
3. To be thrown up or raised; to rise upward, as a tower or mound.
4. To displace (a vein, stratum).
5. To cause to swell or rise, especially in repeated exertions.
The wind heaved the waves.
6. To rise and fall.
Her chest heaved with emotion.
7. To utter with effort.
She heaved a sigh and stared out of the window.
8. To throw, cast.
The cap'n hove the body overboard.
9. To pull up with a rope or cable.
Heave up the anchor there, boys!
10. To move in a certain direction or into a certain position or situation.
To heave the ship ahead
11. To retch, to make an effort to vomit; to vomit.
The smell of the old cheese was enough to make you heave.
12. To make an effort to raise, throw, or move anything; to strain to do something difficult.
13. An effort to raise something, as a weight, or one's self, or to move something heavy.
14. An upward motion; a rising; a swell or distention, as of the breast in difficult breathing, of the waves, of the earth in an earthquake, and the like.
15. A horizontal dislocation in a metallic lode, taking place at an intersection with another lode.
16. The measure of extent to which a nautical vessel goes up and down in a short period of time. Compare with pitch.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: heaving
Present: heave (3.person: heaves)
Past: heaved
Future: will heave
Present conditional: would heave
Present Perfect: have heaved (3.person: has heaved)
Past Perfect: had heaved
Future Perfect: will have heaved
Past conditional: would have heaved
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