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Translation of "grow" - English-Polish dictionary

grow

verb
 
 
/ɡrəʊ/ ( past tense grew, past participle grown)
DEVELOP [I] A2 to develop and become bigger or taller as time passes
rosnąć
Children grow very quickly.Making progress and advancingBecoming betterBecoming biggerEnlarging and inflating
PLANT [I, T] A2 If a plant grows, or you grow it, it develops from a seed to a full plant.
rosnąć, hodować, uprawiać
These shrubs grow well in sandy soil.Becoming biggerEnlarging and inflatingPlant reproduction
INCREASE [I] B1 to increase
rosnąć
The number of people living alone grows each year.Increasing and intensifyingBecoming biggerEnlarging and inflating
grow tired/old/calm, etc B2 to gradually become tired/old/calm, etc
zmęczyć się/postarzeć się/uspokoić się itp.
The music grew louder and louder.Starting and beginningStarting again
HAIR [I, T] B1 If your hair or nails grow, or if you grow them, they get longer.
rosnąć, zapuszczać
Becoming biggerEnlarging and inflating
(Definition of grow from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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