English version

raised

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishraisedraised /reɪzd/ adjective  higher than the surrounding area or surface a raised platform
Examples from the Corpus
raisedJust at that moment he saw the exit from the Westway and swung off the raised carriageway.Rex fiddled with the raised carvings.The application of heat causes the ink and powder to fuse and a raised image is formed.His name had been put on a bronze plaque in raised letters.There was a raised platform and a blackboard at the far end of the room.Then it can be confined to a raised pool without offending the eye.Rudolf Dreikurs maintains that talk is effective only when raised voices imply some impending action, and then only momentarily.
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