Arise from: to stand up from a seated or prone position; to move in an upward direction; to emerge from a bleak situation; to result from something.
My teenager son doesn't arise from his bed until one in the afternoon.
My heart started beating faster as the helicopter arose from the ground.
Thanks to scholarships, I was able to got to a top college and arise from poverty.
The Cold War arose from Soviet aggression in Eastern Europe.
Benefit from something: to gain from a particular experience, change, or occurrence.
We will all benefit from moving to a warmer, sunnier climate.
Deduce something from something: to infer information from something.
Oh, I deduced from her disinterested tone that she wouldn't be joining us today.
Derive something from someone or something: to gain something from a particular source.
She definitely derived her athletic ability from her father, who used to be a professional baseball player.
Descend from someone or something: literally, to move from a higher point to a lower one; to originate form a particular ancestor or source.
The bride looked simply gorgeous as she descended from the balcony in her flowing gown.
I was shocked to learn that I descended from key figures in the American Revolution.
Embezzel something from someone or something: to steal money from someone or something, often a company or organization.
She had been embezzling money from the corporate account for years.
The CEO went to jail after embezzling nearly $100 million from his company.
Evacuate someone from something: to remove someone from something or some place to another thing or place, as in an emergency.
They had to evacuate everyone from the subway station to a nearby building.
The rescuers evacuated the people from the flames.
Get something from someone or something: to receive something from someone or something; to contract a disease from someone or something.
I got this belt from my aunt for my birthday.
I got chicken pox from my son.
Immigrate into some place from some place: to migrate into a place from some other place.
Many of them immigrated into Minnesota from northern Europe.
Infer something from something: to reach a conclusion from something; to deduce facts from something, such as someone's words, a situation, etc.
I inferred from his tone that he didn’t like my proposal.
What can we infer from the experience we have just had?
You should not infer anything from her remarks.
Retrieve something from someone or something: to get somthing back from someone or something.
It is extremely expensive to retrieve data from a crashed hard disk.
I hope I can retrieve my book from the person who borrowed it.