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Adjective
In the process of growing
“In this article, we explore the growing phenomenon of cat videos.”
Adjective
Ripening
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Having a period of great prosperity or rapid economic growth
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Ongoing, or in progress
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Beginning to develop
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Covered with mold
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Rising again
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In the early part of growth or life
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Of or relating to the biological theory of evolution
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Rising in power or influence
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Rapid change
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Serving to form something, especially having a profound influence on a person's development
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In the time for eating, using, etc.
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Changing or varying at regular intervals
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Having life
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(of plants or species) The process of maturation
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Growth or increase by the gradual accumulation of additional layers or matter
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The action of cultivating land, or the state of being cultivated
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Horticulture
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The act or process of replanting a forest, especially after clear-cutting
Verb
Reaching a specified state or condition
“You will eventually grow tired of eating the same thing over and over again regardless of how much you enjoy it.”
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(of a living thing) Present participle for to get bigger physically through natural development
“My belly is going to grow if I continue this trend of excessive alcohol consumption.”
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Present participle for to mature in age
“It is the most natural thing in life to get out of bed every morning and grow a day older.”
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(on the body) Present participle for to develop something, typically a kind of natural growth
“He began to grow hairs in places he never thought possible.”
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(a plant or vegetable) Present participle for to sprout or germinate
“She was excited to see her plants grow.”
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(with object) Present participle for to cause vegetation or plants to germinate and develop
“The couple decided that they would grow some vegetables in their backyard.”
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(a business) Present participle for to advance, develop, or expand
“We are hopeful that the business will grow quickly within a year or two.”
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Present participle for to come from or have its origin from
“The concept would grow from an Ancient Greek philosophy.”
Idiom
Increasing
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