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  1. grow

    • IPA[ɡrəʊ]

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    • v.
      (of a living thing) undergo natural development by increasing in size and changing physically;(of a plant) germinate and develop
    • verb: grow, 3rd person present: grows, gerund or present participle: growing, past tense: grew, past participle: grown

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    • v.
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    • 1. (of a living thing) undergo natural development by increasing in size and changing physically:

      he would watch Nick grow to manhood

      grown men don't act so stupidly

    • 2. (of a plant) germinate and develop:

      morels grow in a variety of places

    • 3. cause (plants) to germinate and develop:

      more land was needed to grow crops for export

    • 4. allow or cause (a part of the body) to grow or develop:

      if a newt's leg is amputated, it will grow a new one

      she grew her hair long

    • 5. (of something abstract) come into existence and develop:

      the play grew out of a drama school project

      a school of painting grew up in Cuzco

    • 6. become larger or greater over a period of time; increase:

      turnover grew to more than $100,000 within three years

    • 7. develop or expand (something, especially a business):

      entrepreneurs who are struggling to grow their businesses

    • 8. become gradually or increasingly:

      sharing our experiences we grew braver

    • 9. (of a person) come to feel or think something over time:

      supposing we had grown to know and love nuclear power

    • past participle of grow

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    • past participle of grow

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    • past of grow

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    • past of grow

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    • become as a result of natural development or gradual increase

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    • n. an enterprise or facility engaged in growing and selling marijuana:

    • police seized more than $2 million in marijuana after an outdoor grow-op was discovered

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    • become gradually more appealing to (someone)

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    • become as a result of natural development or gradual increase

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    • (of a living thing) undergo natural development by increasing in size and changing physically; progress to maturity:
    • he would watch Nick grow to manhood

      the stupidity of grown men hitting a ball with a stick

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    • grow的用法

      動詞三態: 現在: grow 過去: grew 過去分詞: grown 1. gorw up指長大 ex: He has grown up to be a handsome guy. 他已經長大成為一個帥哥。 2. grow指長在什麼地方 ex: Many trees grow along the rive bank. 很多樹生長...

    • grow 的用法

      grow fat fast 才對。這句裡的grow是不及物動詞,後面接補語 fat,它的意思是:"變得"...裡,grow成了及物動詞,後面接受詞 2 kilograms,但grow當及物動詞用時,意思卻是:"種植" 或 "栽培"...

    • 英文句子文法問題 grow out of

      題目:Teresa's dream to become a dancer grew out of her love of daning. 分析: a) grow...- Intermediate U94), grew變成唯一動詞 答案:Teresa's dream...