- v. 发芽；开始生长
produce buds, branches, or germinate;
"the potatoes sprouted"
"We have developed a new theory of evolution"
cause to grow or sprout;
"the plentiful rain germinated my plants"
- The cabbage germinated within a week.
- Warmth is needed for the seeds to germinate.
- An idea for a novel began to germinate in her mind.
- I saw everything about me surge forth and germinate.
Doku stated that he had germinated yam seeds.出自：Nature
A crowd of people gathered in the street and germinated alarming rumours.出自： H. Caine