growing

ˈɡrəuɪŋ

Перевод:

Adjective: растущий возрастающий усиливающийся способствующий росту
Noun: рост выращивание

Фразы:

growing dependence on foreign aid - растущая зависимость от иностранной помощи

growing dissatisfaction - растущее неудовольствие

his children, one of whom is growing up - его дети, один из которых уже взрослый

growing power - способность к росту

seed growing - семеноводство

indefinite-growing callus tissue - бесконечно растущая каллусная ткань

fast-growing breed - скороспелая порода

slow-growing breed - позднеспелая порода

broiler growing - выращивание бройлеров

coca growing area - район выращивания коки

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Примеры:

I'm growing my fringe out. - Я отращиваю мою чёлку.

These plants have a short growing season. - У этих растений короткий сезон роста.

This is an improper diet for a growing teenager. - Этот рацион не подходит для растущего подростка.

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

His business is growing very fast. - Его фирма быстро набирает обороты.

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

There were trees growing all around. - Повсюду там росли деревья.

Furry mold was growing on the cheese. - На сыре росла пушистая плесень.

The land is useless for growing crops. - Эта почва непригодна для выращивания зерновых культур.

Country music is growing in popularity. - Популярность музыки кантри растёт.

a growing realization of the risk involved - растущее осознание связанной с этим опасности

He is growing onions in the garden this year. - В этом году он выращивает в огороде лук.

They were growing impatient at lying idle so long. - Чем дольше они находились в бездействии, тем сильнее росло их нетерпение.

The city is growing rapidly. - Город стремительно растёт.

He's still just a growing boy. - Мальчик ещё только растёт.

The weenie is growing visibly. - Крошка растет на глазах.

Air travel was growing rapidly. - Авиаперевозки быстро росли.

the painful process of growing up - болезненный процесс взросления

a good growing medium for tomatoes - хорошая питательная среда для выращивания томатов

There is growing clamor for reform. - Нарастают требования преобразований.

a growing gulf between old and young - растущая пропасть между старым и молодым

Communications is a growing industry. - Связь является развивающейся отраслью.

When I was growing up, I had a nanny. - Когда я был маленьким, у меня была няня.

Fears are growing for the crew's safety. - Растут опасения за безопасность экипажа.

deprived children growing up in the slums - обездоленные дети, растущие в трущобах

He felt growing disillusionment with work. - Он чувствовал, что все больше разочаровывается в работе.

a growing antipathy towards the government - растущая антипатия по отношению к власти

He's growing more like his father every day. - С каждым днём он всё больше похож на своего отца.

a growing demand for high-speed connectivity - растущий спрос на высокоскоростные подключения

the growing inequality between rich and poor - растущее неравенство между богатыми и бедными

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Связанные термины:

grow: When people, animals, and plants grow, they increase in size and change physically over a period of time.

growing gap: A gap between two groups of people, things, or sets of ideas is a big difference between them.

fast-growing: growing very quickly

growing pains: If a person or organization suffers from growing pains, they experience temporary difficulties and problems at the beginning of a particular stage of development .

growing point: the apex of a stem or root, containing actively dividing and elongating cells

rice growing: the cultivation of rice as a food crop

vine-growing: of, relating to, or characterized by the cultivation of grapevines

growing belief: If it is your belief that something is the case, it is your strong opinion that it is the case.

growing family: A family is a group of people who are related to each other, especially parents and their children.

growing problem: A problem is a situation that is unsatisfactory and causes difficulties for people.

growing season: The growing season in a particular country or area is the period in each year when the weather and temperature is right for plants and crops to grow.

growing sector: A particular sector of a country's economy is the part connected with that specified type of industry.

growing evidence: Evidence is anything that you see, experience, read, or are told that causes you to believe that something is true or has really happened .

growing importance: The importance of something is its quality of being significant, valued, or necessary in a particular situation.

growing influence: To have an influence on people or situations means to affect what they do or what happens .

growing reputation: To have a reputation for something means to be known or remembered for it.

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

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

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

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 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

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Однокоренные слова:

ingrowing - врастающий

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