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Translation of "growth" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

growth

noun     /ɡrəʊθ/ US  /ɡroʊθ/
[U] The growth of a person, animal or plant is its process of increasing in size 成長;生長;發育 A balanced diet is essential for healthy growth. 營養均衡的飲食對於健康發育是不可或缺的。 Plant growth is most noticeable in spring and early summer. 在春天和初夏之時, 植物的生長最為明顯。 Becoming biggerEnlarging and inflating [U] an increase in the size or the importance of something 增多;增強;增長;增大 The government is trying to limit population growth. 政府正在努力控制人口增長。 The rapid growth of opposition to the plan has surprised the council. 反對這一計劃的勢力突然激增,讓政務委員會驚詫不已。 Electronic publishing is a growth area (= an area of activity that is increasing in size and developing quickly). 電子出版業是一個正在發展壯大的產業。 Becoming biggerEnlarging and inflating [C] a lump (= solid mass) growing on the outside or inside of a person, animal or plant which is caused by a disease (疾病引起的體內或體外的)腫塊,腫瘤,贅生物 a cancerous growth on the liver 肝臟上的惡性腫瘤 Swellings and lumps [C or U] something which has grown 生長物;長成物;產物 Graham came back from holiday with a week's growth of beard on his chin. 格拉漢姆渡假回來了,下巴上的鬍子一星期都沒有刮。 Hair
(Definition of growth from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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