- v give a promotion to or assign to a higher position
- v raise from a lower to a higher position
- v raise in rank or condition
- To elevate the dialogue, PTI and ABC News are drawing together leaders across sectors and disciplines medicine and science, government, education, business, academia, media and .
- From the back, it's hard to tell one from the other, as both sport manes of shoulder length hair with frosted highlights, and Norie's black suede platform boots elevate her to .
- His empathetic voice and emotional fearlessness elevate songs like Your Body Is a Wonderland and Daughters from pop ballads into more meaningful territory; give them half a chance .
- Tom Brady in Forbes
We'll try to elevate our game for one last performance,said Brady, MVP in two of the three Super Bowls he's won.
- Al Gore in Forbes
Former Vice President Al Gore, newly named co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, said Friday he hopes the honor will "elevate global consciousness" about the challenges of global warming.
- Nicolas Sarkozy in International Herald Tribune
He was the first to elevate haute couture to the rank of art - and that gave him global influence,Sarkozy said.