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sprout

verb /spraut/
to (cause to) develop leaves, shoots etc
brotar
The trees are sprouting new leaves.
(of animals, birds etc ) to develop eg horns, produce eg feathers
salir
The young birds are sprouting their first feathers.
sprout up phrasal verb (of plants or children) to grow
crecer
That fruit bush has sprouted up fast At the age of fourteen he really began to sprout up.
(Definition of sprout from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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