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elevate (someone or something) to (something)

1. To promote someone to a better position. While my manager was out on maternity leave, they elevated me to her position and I oversaw the whole department.
2. To promote the importance of something. If we don't elevate this issue to urgent, it will never get done.
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elevated

mod. alcohol intoxicated; tipsy. Sam was elevated from the drinking he did.
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They found that these measures all showed that children born to mothers with elevated glucose levels were more likely to be obese.
What can construction workers do to stay safe on elevated surfaces?
Overall, the proportion of individuals with elevated BP increased progressively with age till about 70 years of age and thereafter declined slightly.
The report also found that the elevated homes had higher market values, which helped the local tax base.
In addition to Elevated Portfolio Holdings, LLC, current clients include an international medical cannabis cultivator and a distribution company focussed on delivering hemp oil and medical marijuana products.
Tariq Ahmed Abro, an architect and town planner, said that if the elevated expressway was being developed to move heavy vehicles out of the port and again allow the traffic to move on the congested city roads, it would not serve the purpose.
the KIDCL has halted bid process for the construction of the elevated portion.
Further, laying new rail tracks on surface will divide the city which causes inconvenience to public," " An elevated corridor will be financially more viable compared to the compensation amount to be given to the land owners.
Chief Minister said, Punjab government has improved infrastructure in the province and elevated expressway would help improve traffic system as well as ensure provision of better transport facility to citizens.
Poe's proposal was contained in Senate Bill 1146 also known as the 'Sustainable Elevated Walkways Act of 2016.'
In the year before the switch (April 25, 2013, to April 24, 2014), 3.1% of blood lead levels (BLLs) in children under age 6 years were 5 mcg/dL or higher, which the CDC considers to be elevated. After the switch from the Detroit Water Authority (DWA) to the Flint Water System (FWS) but before the water advisory was issued (April 25, 2014, to Jan.
Of those patients, 45% had a history of arrhythmia and 20% had heart failure; 42% of subjects demonstrated elevated levels of anxiety as reflected in a HADS-Anxiety score of 8 or more out of a possible 21.
South Miami, FL, March 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- An innovative new product designed to greatly enhance one of the most commonly practiced bodyweight resistance exercises, the Elevated Pushup System, has been developed by Jackie Williams of Ladson, South Carolina.
MADISON, WIS.-- Patients with normal calcium levels and elevated parathyroid hormone levels after curative parathyroidectomy do not have higher rates of recurrent primary hyperparathyroidism than those with normal parathyroid levels, according to a single center review of 310 patients.