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Translation of "grow" - English-French dictionary

grow

verb /ɡrəu/ ( past tense grew /ɡruː/, past participle grown)
(of plants) to develop pousser Carrots grow well in this soil.
to become bigger, longer etc grandir My hair has grown too long Our friendship grew as time went on.
to cause or allow to grow laisser pousser He has grown a beard.
(with into) to change into, in becoming mature devenir Your daughter has grown into a beautiful woman.
to become devenir It’s growing dark.
grower noun
a person who grows (plants etc) producteur/-trice a tomato grower.
grown adjective
adult adulte a grown man These deer are fully grown.
growth // noun
the act or process of growing, increasing, developing etc croissance the growth of trade unionism.
something that has grown pousse a week’s growth of beard.
the amount by which something grows croissance We measured the growth of the plant over a two-week period.
something unwanted which grows excroissance a cancerous growth.
grown-up noun
an adult. adulte
grown-up adjective
mature; adult; fully grown grand, adulte Her children are grown up now a grown-up daughter.
grow on
to gradually become liked finir par plaire I didn’t like the painting at first, but it has grown on me.
grow up
to become an adult devenir adulte I’m going to be an train driver when I grow up.
(Definition of grow from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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