raise with

raise with (someone or something)

1. To raise or rear someone alongside or amongst someone else. A noun or pronoun is used between "raise" and "with." When Tom's parents died, I took him in and raised him with my own two sons.
2. To raise or rear someone to have, maintain, or exhibit a particular attitude, mentality, ethical code, manner, etc. A noun or pronoun is used between "raise" and "with." I know they raised their kids with a strong sense of justice. Tom wasn't raised with much of a work ethic.
3. To ask, talk to, or notify someone about some matter or issue. A noun or pronoun is used between "raise" and "with." A number of employees have raised concerns with the HR department. I'll raise that topic at our next board meeting.
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raise something with someone

to bring up a matter with someone. I will raise that question with Mary when she comes in. Please raise the question with the boss.
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Civil servants then got a 20 percent raise with another 20 percent as housing allowances, the Prime minister and cabinet ministers then got a whopping raise of 131 and 67 percent respectively, 21 percent hike for parliamentarians, and increment in vehicle allowance from Nu 700,000 to Nu 1 mn.
This gives you a lot more freedom to raise with marginal hands, but your raise must be bigger than an early position raise or the blinds can easily call.