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climb, go up; rise up


ascend
\as*cend"\ (&?;), v. i. [imp. & p. p. ascended; p. pr. & vb. n. ascending.] [l. ascendere; ad + scandere to climb, mount. see scan.]
1. to move upward; to mount; to go up; to rise; -- opposed to descend. higher yet that star ascends. --bowring. i ascend unto my father and your father. 17.
note: formerly used with up. the smoke of it ascended up to heaven.
2. to rise, in a figurative sense; to proceed from an inferior to a superior degree, from mean to noble objects, from particulars to generals, from modern to ancient times, from one note to another more acute, etc.; as, our inquiries ascend to the remotest antiquity; to ascend to our first progenitor.


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ASCEND is a free, open source, mathematical modelling system developed at Carnegie Mellon University since late 1978. ASCEND is an acronym which stands for Advanced System for Computations in Engineering Design. Its main uses have been in the field of chemical process modelling although its capabilities are general. It was a pioneering piece of software in the chemical process modelling field, with its novel modelling language conventions and powerful solver, although it has never been commercialised and remains as an open source software project.

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Ascend may refer to:
  • Ascend (band), an experimental doom metal band
  • Ascend (album), by Greg Howe
  • ASCEND, mathematical modelling/simulation software
  • Ascend Communications, an Alameda, California-based manufacturer of communications equipment
  • , an Xbox 360 and PC game by Signal Studios
  • Huawei Ascend, a series of Android operating system-based smartphones manufactured by Huawei

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Verb
1. travel up, "We ascended the mountain"; "go up a ladder"; "The mountaineers slowly ascended the steep slope"
(synonym) go up
(antonym) descend, fall, go down, come down
(hypernym) travel, go, move, locomote
(hyponym) surface, come up, rise up, rise
(derivation) rise, rising, ascent, ascension
2. go back in order of genealogical succession; "Inheritance may not ascend linearly"
(hypernym) go back, date back, date from
3. become king or queen; "She ascended to the throne after the King's death"
(hypernym) accede, enter
(derivation) dominance, ascendance, ascendence, ascendancy, ascendency, control
4. go along towards (a river's) source; "The boat ascended the Delaware"
(hypernym) follow, travel along
5. slope upwards; "The path ascended to the top of the hill"
(hypernym) slope, incline, pitch
(derivation) ascent, acclivity, rise, raise, climb, upgrade
6. come up, of celestial bodies; "The sun also rises"; "The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled..."; "Jupiter ascends"
(synonym) rise, come up, uprise
(hypernym) rise, lift, arise, move up, go up, come up, uprise
(derivation) ascension
(classification) astronomy, uranology


If you reach the extreme point of ascent, or top of steps, without stumbling, it is good; otherwise, you will have obstacles to overcome before the good of the day is found.
  

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go up; mount; rise
***Although the valiant warrior was crucial in winning all the battles, he never could ascend the throne.

As we ascend further, we shall get a better view of the harbour.

Cynwyre = v. to ascend up Desgyn = to ascend, to mount in rhetoric Dyddwyre = v. to ascend Dyrchafu = v. to elevate, exalt; to advance; to ascend Esgyn = v. to ascend, to rise Esgynfa = n. an ascend, a rise

Fear of stairs, climbing or of falling downstairs

(v. t.)
To go or move upward upon or along; to climb; to mount; to go up the top of; as, to ascend a hill, a ladder, a tree, a river, a throne.
   (v. i.)
To rise, in a figurative sense; to proceed from an inferior to a superior degree, from mean to noble objects, from particulars to generals, from modern to ancient times, from one note to another more acute, etc.; as, our inquiries ascend to the remotest antiquity; to ascend to our first progenitor.
   (v. i.)
To move upward; to mount; to go up; to rise; -- opposed to descend.
  

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