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"thrive" in British English

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thriveverb [ I ]

uk /θraɪv/ us /θraɪv/ thrived or US also throve, thrived or US also thriven

(Definition of “thrive” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"thrive" in American English

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thriveverb [ I ]

us /θrɑɪv/

to grow, develop, or be successful:

She seems to thrive on hard work.

(Definition of “thrive” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"thrive" in Business English

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thriveverb [ I ]

uk /θraɪv/ us thrived, thrived, US also throve, thriven

to grow, develop, and become successful:

Industries such as water, telecoms, and insurance have been thriving.
thrive on sth Some employees thrive on the challenge of intense workloads.

(Definition of “thrive” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)