grow

ɡrəu

Перевод:

Verb: расти выращивать возрастать увеличиваться

Фразы:

to get / grow accustomed to the new place - привыкать к новому месту

to grow flowers - выращивать цветы

to grow beet for fodder - выращивать свёклу на корм

to grow grain - выращивать зерно

to grow to adulthood - достичь зрелости

to grow into one, to grow together - срастаться

to grow in wisdom - набираться мудрости

to grow older - становиться старше

to grow taller - расти, становиться выше

to grow pale - бледнеть

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Примеры:

Rice grows in water. - Рис растёт в воде.

We grew to love them. - Со временем мы их полюбили.

This place grows on me. - Это место мне всё больше нравится.

The sound was growing louder. - Звук становился всё громче.

You need time to grow into a new job. - Тебе нужно время, чтобы свыкнуться с новой работой.

Habit grows on a person. - Привычка овладевает человеком.

Her tastes have changed as she's grown older. - С возрастом её вкусы изменились.

The small shop grew into a large firm. - Маленький магазинчик разросся в большую фирму.

Kids grow up fast these days. - В наше время дети растут быстро.

He decided to grow a mustache. - Он решил отрастить усы.

Oaks grow from acorns. - Дубы вырастают из желудей.

The flowers grow in profusion. - Эти цветы растут в изобилии.

These plants grow well in shade. - Эти растения хорошо растут в тени.

I've decided to grow my hair long. - Я решила отрастить длинные волосы.

The economy has grown steadily. - Экономика стабильно растёт.

Carrots grow well in light soils. - Морковь хорошо растёт на лёгких почвах.

We grow wheat here. - Мы выращиваем здесь пшеницу.

Ill weeds grow apace. - Дурная трава в рост идёт. / Сорная трава хорошо растёт. (посл.)

The city is growing rapidly. - Город стремительно растёт.

He grows vegetables in his backyard. - На заднем дворе он выращивает овощи.

Some fish can grow to a length of four feet. - Некоторые рыбы могут вырастать до четырёх футов в длину.

The old tree has grown into the wall of the building. - Это старое дерево вросло в стену здания.

Wrinkles deepen as we grow old. - Мы стареем, и морщины становятся глубже.

The tree trunks had grown together. - Стволы этих деревьев срослись вместе.

Support for Mr Thompson is growing. - Поддержка мистера Томпсона растёт.

Corn doesn't grow here. - Кукуруза здесь не растёт.

Great oaks grow from little acorns. - Большое вырастает из малого. / Большие дубы вырастают из маленьких желудей. (поговорка)

He grew to be somewhat ashamed of himself. - Он даже стал как-то стыдиться себя.

Cornflowers grow in profusion in the fields. - В этих полях в изобилии растут васильки.

Apples grow in profusion in this valley. - В этой долине в изобилии растут яблоки.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If people who have a close relationship grow apart, they gradually start to have different interests and opinions from each other, and their relationship starts to fail.

If you grow away from someone, you gradually have fewer interests and opinions in common with them.

When a child grows into an item of clothing, they become taller or bigger so that it fits them properly.

If someone or something grows on you, you start to like them more and more.

If you grow out a hairstyle or let it grow out, you let your hair grow so that the style changes or so that you can cut off the part that you do not want.

If you grow out of a type of behaviour or an interest, you stop behaving in that way or having that interest, as you develop or change.

When someone grows up, they gradually change from being a child into being an adult.

If people who have a close relationship grow apart, they gradually start to have different interests and opinions from each other, and their relationship starts to fail.

If you grow away from someone, you gradually have fewer interests and opinions in common with them.

When a child grows into an item of clothing, they become taller or bigger so that it fits them properly.

If someone or something grows on you, you start to like them more and more.

If you grow out a hairstyle or let it grow out, you let your hair grow so that the style changes or so that you can cut off the part that you do not want.

If you grow out of a type of behaviour or an interest, you stop behaving in that way or having that interest, as you develop or change.

When someone grows up, they gradually change from being a child into being an adult.

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Связанные термины:

grow on: If someone or something grows on you, you start to like them more and more.

grow-op: an illegal scheme to grow marijuana plants

grow up: When someone grows up, they gradually change from being a child into being an adult.

grow bag: a plastic bag containing a sufficient amount of a sterile growing medium and nutrients to enable a plant, such as a tomato or pepper, to be grown to full size in it, usually for one season only

grow fat: If you say that a person or organization has grown fat on something, you mean that they have become very rich as a result of it.

grow into: When a child grows into an item of clothing, they become taller or bigger so that it fits them properly.

grow out: If you grow out a hairstyle or let it grow out, you let your hair grow so that the style changes or so that you can cut off the part that you do not want .

grow apart: If people who have a close relationship grow apart, they gradually start to have different interests and opinions from each other, and their relationship starts to fail .

grow light: a fluorescent light bulb designed to emit light of a wavelength conducive to plant growth

grow out of: If you grow out of a type of behaviour or an interest, you stop behaving in that way or having that interest, as you develop or change.

grow a variety: A variety of something is a type of it.

grow away from: If you grow away from someone, you gradually have fewer interests and opinions in common with them.

grow the beard: (of a TV series) to gain credibility or improve in quality during the course of a series following a specified development

like watching grass grow: extremely boring

grow out of one's knowledge: to behave in a presumptuous or conceited manner

great oaks from little acorns grow: said to mean that something large and successful began in a small and insignificant way

let the grass grow under one's feet: to squander time or opportunity

something or someone does not grow on trees: said to mean that something or someone is very rare and difficult to obtain

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Однокоренные слова:

grow away - уменьшаться, исчезать, ответвляться, отходить, отходить, становиться независимым
grow down - укорачиваться, уменьшаться
grow downwards - укорачиваться, уменьшаться
grow in - врастать, вновь вырасти
grow on - овладевать, нравиться все больше
grow out - вырастать из, перерастать, прорастать
grow over - зарастать
grow together - срастаться
grow up - вырастать, подрасти, возмужать, становиться взрослым, мужать, созревать

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