Exemples d'usage pour « rise to » en français
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English(c) Constructing a low-rise building at the north end of the Headquarters site.
EnglishThis rise in contested percentages yet again has resulted in them reaching 9.75%.
EnglishA committee shall handle cases that give rise to significant questions of doubt.
EnglishThe rise in fuel prices for the transportation of goods had made matters worse.
EnglishBy the year 2015, the mass of stored spent fuel will rise to about 280 000 tHM.
EnglishThat attack has once again given rise to feelings of horror and of condemnation.
EnglishThe briefing indicates that the security situation gives rise to deep concern.
EnglishI remember not a single Liberal senator in this house dared to rise in his place.
EnglishSee The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning, Henry Mintzberg, Free Press, 1994.
EnglishThe year 2004 was characterized by an across-the-board rise in consumer prices.
EnglishWithout strict financial oversight, there is a danger that net costs will rise.
EnglishThis phenomenon is well-attested and has given rise to the present difficulties.
EnglishThe European Union must also rise to the challenge of the modernisation of sport.
EnglishThe simultaneous pursuit of peace and justice sometimes gave rise to problems.
EnglishThe level of employment among women in Germany has continued to rise since 2002.
EnglishThere were 1,337 Rural Health Centre in 1988-89 and rise to 1,456 in 2005-06.
EnglishSuch factors may be giving rise to the recent phenomenon of homeless children.
EnglishIt was conceivable that they might give rise to abuses in international practice.
EnglishIn France, the budget deficit is forecast to rise above 2 per cent of GDP in 2002.
EnglishThis is all the more worrisome considering that juvenile crime is not on the rise.