Lift may mean:
- Lift (force), a mechanical force generated by an object moving through a fluid
- Lift (soaring), rising air used by soaring birds and glider, hang glider and paraglider pilots for soaring flight
- Lift (soft drink), a brand of carbonated beverage produced and marketed by the Coca-Cola Company
- Lift (data mining), a measure of the performance of a model at segmenting the population
- Airlift, in logistics, the act of transporting people or cargo from point to point using aircraft
- Figure skating lifts, movements in pair skating and ice dancing
- Hitchhiking, a form of transport in which the traveller tries to get a lift (or ride) from another traveller
- Plastic surgery, surgery to "lift" the skin:
- Rhytidectomy or "face lift", a type of plastic surgery
- Mastopexy or "breast lift", a type of plastic surgery
Other articles related to "lift, lifts":
... Unlike dance lifts, pair lifts are typically over the man's head ... Most pair lifts are rotational, with the man turning on the ice before setting the lady down a carry lift, by contrast, is a lift without rotation ... A lift's score may be affected by Type of entry – May raise difficulty by entry in spread eagle, arabesque or other position ...
... These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Lift Me Up" ... UK CD1/European CD2 "Lift Me Up" - 352 "Lift Me Up" - 357 "Lift Me Up" - 324 "Lift Me Up" - 802 UK CD2/European CD1 "Lift Me Up" - 352 "Live and Let Die" - 310 "Very Slowly" - 359 "Lift Me Up ...
... Press lift The skaters skate facing each other, with the man skating backwards ... man pushes forward and up, "pressing" her into the lift ... Hand to hand loop lift The skaters are facing in the same direction ...
... Lift (web framework), a Web application framework for Scala, which runs on the Java Virtual Machine Lift Conference, a conference about the challenges and ...
... An axel lift in pair skating is a movement in which the woman is turned over her partner's head one and a half times ... From a position of holding hands on one side, her partner lifts her with his hand under her armpit and the lift begins from the woman's outside forward edge and ends on the outside backward edge of her opposite skate ...
Famous quotes containing the word lift:
“If you would lift me you must be on higher ground. If you would liberate me you must be free.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“No, in country money, the country scale of gain,
The requisite lift of spirit has never been found....”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“For every man that Bolingbroke hath pressed
To lift shrewd steel against our golden crown,
God for his Richard hath in heavenly pay
A glorious angel. Then if angels fight,
Weak men must fall; for heaven still guards the right.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)