greening Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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greeningnoun [S]

uk   us   /ˈɡriː.nɪŋ/

greening noun [S] (POLITICS)

the ​process of ​becoming more ​active about ​protecting the ​environment: The next ten ​years, he ​predicted, would ​see the greening of the US (= Americans ​starting to take more ​care of the ​environment).

greening noun [S] (PLANTS)

the ​process of making ​somewheregreener by ​plantinggrass, ​trees, and ​plants there: Concern about the ​uglyeffects of ​industrialization has ​led to the greening of many of ​ourcities.
(Definition of greening from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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greeningnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈɡriːnɪŋ/ ENVIRONMENT
the ​process of beginning to ​payattention to the ​protection of the ​naturalenvironment: the greening of sb/sth The ​election manifesto ​pointed to the greening of both ​government and ​business.
(Definition of greening from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “greening”
in Chinese (Simplified) 政治, 越来越关心环境保护…
in Chinese (Traditional) 政治, 越來越關心環境保護,環保意識和環保積極性提高的過程…
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