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flourish

verb /ˈflariʃ, (American) ˈfləː-/
to be healthy; to grow well; to thrive
florecer, crecer bien
My tomato plants are flourishing.
to be successful or active
prosperar
His business is flourishing.
to hold or wave something as a show, threat etc
agitar, blandir
He flourished his sword.
flourishing adjective successful
próspero
a flourishing business.
growing well
floreciente
flourishing crops.
(Definition of flourish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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