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grown

[ grohn ]
/ groʊn /
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adjective
advanced in growth: a grown boy.
arrived at full growth or maturity; adult: a grown man.
verb
past participle of grow.
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OTHER WORDS FROM grown

half-grown, adjectiveun·grown, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH grown

groan, grown
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How to use grown in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for grown

grown
/ (ɡrəʊn) /

adjective
  1. developed or advancedfully grown
  2. (in combination)half-grown
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