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grow British & World English

(Of a living thing) undergo natural development by increasing in size and changing physically

grow English Thesaurus

the baby is growing and looking healthy

grow on British & World English

Become gradually more appealing to (someone)

grow up British & World English

Become an adult

grow into British & World English

Become as a result of natural development or gradual increase

grow out British & World English

Disappear because of normal growth

grow apart British & World English

(Of two or more people) become gradually estranged

grow out of British & World English

Become too large to wear (a garment)

grow on trees British & World English

Be plentiful or easily obtained

grow away from British & World English

Become gradually separated from (one’s family, friends, or background)

grow on in grow British & World English

Become gradually more appealing to (someone)

grow into in grow British & World English

Become as a result of natural development or gradual increase

grow out in grow British & World English

Disappear because of normal growth

grow apart in grow British & World English

(Of two or more people) become gradually estranged

absence makes the heart grow fonder British & World English

You feel more affection for those you love when parted from them

great oaks from little acorns grow British & World English

Something of small or modest proportions may grow into something very large or impressive

regrow British & World English

Grow or cause to grow again

grow out of in grow British & World English

Become too large to wear (a garment)

not let the grass grow under one's feet British & World English

Not delay in acting or taking an opportunity

grow on trees in grow British & World English

Be plentiful or easily obtained

grow away from in grow British & World English

Become gradually separated from (one’s family, friends, or background)

absence makes the heart grow fonder in absence British & World English

You feel more affection for those you love when parted from them

not let the grass grow under one's feet in grass British & World English

Not delay in acting or taking an opportunity

great oaks from little acorns grow in oak British & World English

Something of small or modest proportions may grow into something very large or impressive