grow

[ groh ]
/ groʊ /

verb (used without object), grew, grown, grow·ing.

verb (used with object), grew, grown, grow·ing.

Verb Phrases

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Idioms for grow

    grow a pair, Slang: Vulgar. pair1(def 23).

Origin of grow

before 900; Middle English growen, Old English grōwan; cognate with Dutch groeien, Old High German grouwan, Old Norse grōa

OTHER WORDS FROM grow

grow·a·ble, adjectivere·grow, verb, re·grew, re·grown, re·grow·ing.
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British Dictionary definitions for regrow (1 of 2)

regrow
/ (riːˈɡrəʊ) /

verb -grows, -growing, -grew or -grown

to grow or be grown again after having been cut or having died or withered

British Dictionary definitions for regrow (2 of 2)

grow
/ (ɡrəʊ) /

verb grows, growing, grew (ɡruː) or grown (ɡrəʊn)

Word Origin for grow

Old English grōwan; related to Old Norse grōa, Old Frisian grōia, Old High German gruoen; see green, grass
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Medical definitions for regrow

grow
[ grō ]

v.

To increase in size by a natural process.
To develop and reach maturity.
To be capable of growth; thrive.
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Idioms and Phrases with regrow

grow

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