- 1.1 (grow, flourish) [nature/plant] [literario/literary], florecer*, retoñar [literario/literary]; [market/organization] florecer*More example sentences1.2
(burgeoning pres p)[awareness/demand] creciente; [market] pujante, floreciente a burgeoning young talent of the Mexican cinema un pujante joven talento del cine mexicanoMore example sentences
- Burbank studied life at its fountain head - in the marvelous little buds and shoots and leaves that burgeon forth each spring to fill us anew with the awe for nature.
- Overhead the light streamed down through a jigsaw canopy of burgeoning foliage.
- A plant burgeons, flowers and dies; it does not come back to life, grow younger and regress to the original seed.
- China and India's appetites for oil are burgeoning, demanding more and more from the world's oil wells.
- The Vietnam anti-war movement began to burgeon in 1965.
- Meanwhile the number of sixty-five-and-older people will burgeon, it will grow almost 55 percent.
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