a‧rise S3 W2 past tense arose past participle arisen [intransitive]
if a problem or difficult situation arises, it begins to happen:
A crisis has arisen in the Foreign Office.
More problems like those at the nuclear power plant are certain to arise.
if something arises from or out of a situation, event etc, it is caused or started by that situation etc:
Several important legal questions arose in the contract negotiations.
arise from/out of
Can we begin by discussing matters arising from the last meeting?
3 also formal
when or if it is necessary:
Should the need arise for extra staff, we will contact you.
to get out of bed, or stand up
if a group of people arise, they fight for or demand something they want
if something arises when you are moving towards it, you are gradually able to see it as you move closer