Translation of grow in Spanish:
- 1(plant/crop/flower)(hair/nail/horn)heather grows abundantly in Scotlandthe leaves don't grow until the springel brezo crece or se da en abundancia en Escociaa cherry tree grows in our gardenlas hojas no salen hasta la primaveratenemos un cerezo en el jardínExample sentences
- Unlike a moving fibroblast, however, the extending axon also grows in size, with an accompanying increase in the total surface area of the neuron's plasma membrane.
- It seemed that the dot grew slightly in size as the intensity setting was increased.
- Max's whole body had grown in size in around a minute; instead of being his usual 6'4, he was now around 7 to 8 feet tall.
- Grass grew, foliage returned to trees' canopies, and blooming flowers proliferated.
- Nitrate is the main source of nitrogen for most plant species growing in aerobic soils.
- Grass grows well enough there, but it's usually found in raggedly in orchards, or on fields for animals to eat.
- 2 2.1 (get bigger, taller)(person/animal)how you've grown!I've grown (by) an inch, I've grown an inch taller¡qué grande estás!¡cómo has crecido!pythons can grow (to) more than 20 feet long o to a length of more than 20 feethe crecido una pulgada2.2 (develop spiritually, emotionally) 2.3 (expand, increase)las pitones pueden llegar a medir más de seis metros de largo(city/company/institution)(quantity/population)club membership is still growinginvest with us and watch your money growel número de socios del club sigue aumentandooutput/demand grew by 40%invierta con nosotros y vea crecer su dinerothe economy is growing againla producción/demanda aumentó en un 40%his confidence grew as he became more experiencedla economía vuelve a experimentar un período de crecimiento or expansiónto grow in popularity/importance/intensitysu confianza en sí mismo iba aumentando or creciendo a medida que adquiría experienciacrecer or aumentar en popularidad/importancia/intensidadExample sentences
- Cities in Afghanistan didn't grow because of the rivers; they grew up because they were on the ring road or connected to it.
- Second, it seeks to reverse the insidious culture of division that has grown up around the existence of these principles.
- At some point, a complex wooden network began to grow up the walls of the entrance area.
- 3 3.1 (become) See examples: to grow tiredto grow fatter to grow careless/contemptuouscansarseto grow indifferent to somethingvolverse descuidado/desdeñosoto grow darkvolverse indiferente or insensible a algoto grow smalleroscurecerseto grow oldhacerse más pequeñothe signal grew fainter and faintervolverse viejoshe grows more beautiful each dayla señal se hacía cada vez más débilthe weather grew better/worse towards the end of the monthcada día que pasa está más guapawe've grown used to having a dishwasherel tiempo mejoró/empeoró hacia finales de meshe grows more like his father every daynos hemos acostumbrado a tener lavavajillas3.2 (get)to grow to +cada día que pasa se parece más a su padre
infinitiveshe grew to love himI grew to hate the routinellegó a quererlose fue enamorando de élshe'd grown to expect that of himllegué a odiar aquella rutinase había acostumbrado a esperar eso de élExample sentences
- It penetrated through the houses, shaking the earth and pounding the eardrums of a garbled populace which had gradually grown accustomed to the noise.
- Initially he supported its Congregationalist ideology, but gradually grew dissatisfied.
- A distant drumming could be heard gradually growing louder and louder.
- 1 1.1 (cultivate)(flowers/plants/crops)1.2to grow a beard/mustacheto grow one's hair/nails (long)dejarse (crecer) la barba/el bigoteif deer lose their antlers they can grow new onesdejarse crecer el pelo/las uñassi un ciervo pierde sus astas le pueden salir nuevasExample sentences
- Some grass is grown on the farm for hay or silage, together with swede, turnip or kale for winter forage because grass growth declines drastically in the winter.
- These trees are easily grown from seed which germinates very quickly.
- The range of flavors is determined by where this plant species is grown and how it's processed.
- 2 (Business)(company)Example sentences
- The last has seen the highest increase in price in the last year, growing in value by 15.4%.
- Money and its availability is usually the primary concern for all budget holders while the latter is growing in importance and complexity.
- It's a procedure that's growing in popularity in America, and especially here in Hollywood.
- 1.1 (become)
- [colloquial]the song grew on me gradually
- 1verb + adverbto wait till a perm grows out
- 1.1 (spend childhood)
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