Groves Grower

Grow

Meanings and phrases

grow

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v.
  1. pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute; become; turn
  2. become larger, greater, or bigger; expand or gain
  3. increase in size by natural process
  4. cause to grow or develop
  5. develop and reach maturity; undergo maturation; mature; maturate
  6. come into existence; take on form or shape; originate; arise; rise; develop; uprise; spring up
  7. cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques; raise; farm; produce
  8. come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes); develop; produce; get; acquire
  9. grow emotionally or mature; develop
  10. become attached by or as if by the process of growth

grow over

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v.
  1. grow beyond or across; overgrow

grow up

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v.
  1. become an adult
E.g.
  • It can grow up to 1.5 metres tall in a bushy form.
  • The plants grow up to about high and in diameter.
  • If anyone can get Pell to grow up, it is the major.

make grow

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v.
  1. cause to grow and differentiate in ways conforming to its natural development; develop

continued to grow

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E.g.
  • The empire continued to grow with no end in sight.
  • Mammals still continued to grow larger and larger.
  • The number of professional groups continued to grow.

began to grow

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E.g.
  • Nonetheless, tensions began to grow in East Bengal.
  • A language divide began to grow across the country.
  • In the early 1950s Warman began to grow again.

continues to grow

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E.g.
  • The Bais Medrash now continues to grow year by year.
  • Today the city continues to grow and expand.
  • Art criticism continues to grow and develop alongside art.

not grow

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E.g.
  • It cannot grow in the shade and requires moist soil.
  • Unlike caprines, the horns do not grow throughout life.
  • This subspecies does not grow near the coast.

continue to grow

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E.g.
  • Beavers continue to grow throughout their lives.
  • Her loneliness and yearning for her son continue to grow.
  • They may continue to grow to lengths of 4.0–4.5 ft (120–140 cm).

able to grow

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E.g.
  • They were also able to grow them easily in the lab.
  • able to grow on roots as they develop.
  • Some are able to grow in full sun, some in full shade, and some in both.

grow rapidly

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E.g.
  • Shoots grow rapidly in warmer months.
  • Those that do survive grow rapidly, feeding on insects, fish and frogs.
  • Named Sacred Heart Institute, the high school continued to grow rapidly.

grow more

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E.g.
  • The shrub does not grow more than about high.
  • Throughout the 90s the series would still grow more and more.
  • Instead, the moped was starting to grow more and more popular.

started to grow

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E.g.
  • Japanese rugby only started to grow in the 1920s.
  • The noise started to grow.
  • In the late 19th century, Southern California, especially Los Angeles, started to grow rapidly.

grow closer

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E.g.
  • Over the following weeks the couples grow closer.
  • Over the next few days, Alvie and Boots grow closer to Savannah.
  • Amy offers to invest in the backpackers and the two grow closer.

expected to grow

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E.g.
  • This number is expected to grow to 8700 dwellings in 2031.
  • The online market is expected to grow by 56% in 2015–2020.
  • Revenue in the industry was expected to grow by 12.9% in 2008.

plants grow

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E.g.
  • The plants grow up to about high and in diameter.
  • Around 370 species of plants grow in the reserve.
  • "Myrmecodia" plants grow in tree branches and on trunks.

trees grow

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E.g.
  • Palms and acacia trees grow in the Sahelian region.
  • Red flowered trees grow in rows along the riverbank.
  • Modern "Eucommia" trees grow to about 15 m tall.

used to grow

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E.g.
  • The farm remained in the Woodard family until 1921, when it continued to be used to grow tobacco.
  • The fish waste was used to grow vegetables, and the waste water flowed downstream to nourish farms.
  • The surrounding countryside is slightly hilly and is used to grow crops such as wheat, sugar beet and peas.

grow larger

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E.g.
  • Mammals still continued to grow larger and larger.
  • It has been found that females typically grow larger than males.
  • Females grow larger than males.

grow well

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E.g.
  • Thrives in full sun, but can grow well with partial shade.
  • This tree does not grow well in the shade.
  • "A. mearnsii" does not grow well on very dry and poor soils.

species grow

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E.g.
  • The females of this species grow to a length of TL.
  • The females of this species grow to a length of SL.

grow crops

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E.g.
  • predominantly they grow crops as well as tend to cattle.
  • The first farmers cleared forestry to graze livestock and grow crops.
  • Land is needed to grow crops.

ability to grow

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E.g.
  • Maize spread to the rest of the world because of its ability to grow in diverse climates.
  • Due to its ability to grow and reproduce quickly, the water oak is often the most abundant species in a stand of trees.
  • The main metaphor of the book is the hardy Tree of Heaven, whose persistent ability to grow and flourish even in the inner city mirrors the protagonist's desire to better herself.

grow through

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E.g.
  • A permanent set of teeth grow through soon after birth.
  • In addition to growth by cell division, a plant may grow through cell elongation.
  • The larvae grow through a series of four or five moults and enter the pupal stage.

did not grow

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E.g.
  • Darwin noted that the cauterized root caps did not grow towards any stimulus.
  • However, it was noted that the party did not grow as much as some polls had predicted.
  • On the decision, Gan stated, "who in our world did not grow up listening to her music?"

grow in size

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E.g.
  • This would encourage crowds at matches to grow in size.
  • The cells formed in dark are known as dark to light phase, cells again grow in size.
  • During this time, the mammary glands grow in size and volume and begin resting on the chest.

grow faster

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E.g.
  • Tusks of bulls grow faster than tusks of females.
  • Animals have been engineered to grow faster, be healthier and resist diseases.
  • "Beta-convergence" on the other hand, occurs when poor economies grow faster than rich ones.

grow back

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E.g.
  • He'll be retired if it doesn't grow back normal."
  • If a tail is dropped, it will grow back, only shorter and stubbier.
  • My beard will grow back.

grow older

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E.g.
  • "As you grow older, your taste in music changes.
  • As Tagg begins to grow older, he finds himself at odds with his fellow tribe members.
  • Cats conserve energy by sleeping more than most animals, especially as they grow older.

does not grow

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E.g.
  • This subspecies does not grow near the coast.
  • The shrub does not grow more than about high.
  • This tree does not grow well in the shade.

allowed to grow

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E.g.
  • In addition, they were not allowed to grow beards or ejaculate.
  • In conventional bacteria culturing, bacteria are allowed to grow on a medium that supports many strains.
  • In California, the top hair was allowed to grow longer and combed into a wavelike pompadour shape known as a "breaker".

begin to grow

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E.g.
  • Once there, the Israelites begin to grow in number.
  • The two girls begin to grow apart.
  • The Straw Hats win again, but rifts begin to grow between the crew members.

grow throughout

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E.g.
  • Beavers continue to grow throughout their lives.
  • Unlike caprines, the horns do not grow throughout life.
  • Bilberry, alder and grey willow grow throughout the reserve.

grow very

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E.g.
  • This robust orchid can grow very large, sometimes with an estimated weight over a tonne.
  • They typically grow very slowly and live very long, with some specimens known to be as much as 1,000 years old.
  • Most of the species commonly found in cultivation grow very slowly and will take a long time to outgrow their pot.

begins to grow

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E.g.
  • As Tagg begins to grow older, he finds himself at odds with his fellow tribe members.
  • As Bobby begins to grow suspicious of Jimmy, he meets with the Welshman and the Westies.
  • Felicia and Huey's relationship begins to grow, and Delray is becoming more and more infuriated with Huey.
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