- vt. 种植 cause or allow sth to grow
- vi. 生长,发育 increase in size by natural development
- vi. 渐渐变得 become too big or too old for
pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute; become;
"The weather turned nasty"
"She grew angry"
become larger, greater, or bigger; expand or gain;
"The problem grew too large for me"
"Her business grew fast"
increase in size by natural process;
"Corn doesn't grow here"
"In these forests, mushrooms grow under the trees"
"her hair doesn't grow much anymore"
cause to grow or develop;
"He grows vegetables in his backyard"
develop and reach maturity; undergo maturation;
"He matured fast"
"The child grew fast"
come into existence; take on form or shape;
"A new religious movement originated in that country"
"a love that sprang up from friendship"
"the idea for the book grew out of a short story"
"An interesting phenomenon uprose"
cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques;
"The Bordeaux region produces great red wines"
"They produce good ham in Parma"
"We grow wheat here"
"We raise hogs here"
come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes);
"He grew a beard"
"The patient developed abdominal pains"
"I got funny spots all over my body"
grow emotionally or mature;
"The child developed beautifully in her new kindergarten"
"When he spent a summer at camp, the boy grew noticeably and no longer showed some of his old adolescent behavior"
become attached by or as if by the process of growth;
"The tree trunks had grown together"
- How tall you've grown!
- Plants cannot grow well in the absence of water.
- She is growing into a beautiful young woman.
- This district used to grow cotton on a large scale.
- She has a hot temper, but you will soon grow to like her.
- Babies grow very quickly.
- You have grown since I saw you last.
- How tall you've grown!
- Grass grows after rain.
- This kind of grass grows apace.
- Plants can't grow without water.
- The storm is growing.
- The number of colleges has grown after the war.
- The production is growing rapidly.
- The company has grown rapidly in the last five years.
- The business grew apace last year in these hard times.
- One grows to like what one is accustomed to.
- He will grow to like this work eventually.
- She is growing to be like her mother.
- I speculated how it would look when the youth grew a man.
- It is growing warm.
- As its population grows larger, the world seems to grow smaller.
- His hand grew numb with cold.
- More and more people grew ill.
- Truth never grows old.
- Here Hercules grew impatient, and gave a great shrug of his shoulders.
- You will grow wiser by experience.
- We've grown accustomed to herding sheep.
- My friendship with them grew considerable.
- The noise grew louder.
- The sound of the music grew faint as the band marched away.
- They grew excited but a little frightened.
- The child grows frightened at the sight.
- Farmers grow rice.
- We grow wheat here.
- We grew more cotton this year.
- Is the coastal plain good for growing crops?
- If your land had been fertile, you could have grown tobacco.
- Why did you grow a beard?
- Snake can grow a new skin.
- Plants grow roots.
- The pond grows fish.
- He has grown a bad habit of biting his finger nails.
- Corn is grown in both North and South China.
- The farmer has grown the seed a big tree.
- She's grown her hair long.
- The couple have two grown sons and a granddaughter.
- This is all locally grown produce.
- Growing children need lots of food.
- grow apart( v.+adv. )
产生隔阂 become separate in thought
- grow away from( v.+adv.+prep. )
同…渐渐疏远 become independent of; cease to have a close relationship
- grow back( v.+adv. )
重新长出 grow again
All her hair was burned off in the fire, but the doctors have promised that it will soon grow back.
Don't worry about cutting the rose bushes severely, they always grow back, stronger and healthier than ever.
- grow down( v.+adv. )
变短,减少 become shorter
- grow from( v.+prep. )
从…长出,从…发展而来 start from somewhere or to develop from sth
grow from sth/v-ing
Plants grow from seed.
Some plants grow from seed and some from cuttings.
This strange little tree grew from a nut that I planted in the garden.
Most international firms have grown from small family businesses.
The idea grew from a remark made unthinkingly by the chairman.
The singer's interest in music grew from listening to the radio, long before she ever went to a concert.
这位歌手早在没听过音乐会之前听广播时就萌发了对音乐的兴趣。grow sth from sth
Children enjoy growing flowers from seed.
- grow in1( v.+adv. )
重新长出 grow again
- grow in2( v.+prep. )
在…方面提高,增高 develop with regard to a quality
grow in sth
Rice does not grow in a cold climate.
I don't think that such a large plant will grow in such a small pot.
我认为,这么大的一棵植物不能在这么小的花盆中生长。grow sth in sth
You must grow these tropical flowers in a glasshouse.
你必须把这些热带花卉种在温室里。grow in sth
She has grown in stature but not in wisdom.
We are pleased to report that the club membership is growing in quality, if not in quantity!
- grow into( v.+prep. )
成长为… become as sth
- grow on〔upon〕( v.+prep. )
成为…的习惯 become habitual to sb
- grow out( v.+adv. )
长出 become bigger in an outward direction
The plant is alive after all! There are new leaves growing out.
- grow out of( v.+adv.+prep. )
停止,戒除 stop sth
- grow over( v.+prep. )
覆盖… cover sth
grow over sth
Climbing plants had grown over the walls, giving the building an appearance much more ancient than it was.
When we returned from our holidays after only three weeks, the whole garden was grown over with strong plants with wide leaves and long roots.
我们只在外面度了三周假,整个花园便长满了一种叶很宽,根很长的植物。grow sth over sth
The wound left a nasty mark on his face, so he grew beard over it to hide it.
- grow together( v.+adv. )
形成更紧密的联系 become larger in such a way as to become joined
The two trees have grown together to form a double trunk.
These two bushes can grow together, they like the same kind of soil.
As the population spread, the two towns grew together, making one large place.
随着人口分布的扩展,这两个城镇连成一片,成了一个大地方。grow sth ⇔ together
Farmers don't usually grow crops and flowers together.
We were not always such close friends, but have grown together during these difficult times.
- grow up( v.+prep. )
All plants like to grow up towards the sunlight.
She has nearly grown up and must soon be looking after herself.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Tom wants to be a coach when he grows up.
Jane grows up so fast,I think she's going to be a tall woman.
Stop acting like a child with your bad temper! Do grow up.
别耍小孩子脾气了!快成熟点吧。grow up adj\u002e/v-ing/v-ed
We do not wish her to grow up dumb like the average doll.
Tom had grown up accepting his father's choice.
They have grown up surrounded by reminders of their terrible past.
A new town has grown up in this industrial district.
As time went on, a genuine friendship grew up between them.
A custom grew up of dividing the father's land between the sons.
A hostile feeling grew up in the community.
- grow apple 种植苹果
- grow beard 留胡须
- grow flower 种花
- grow good taste 养成好的品味
- grow hair 留头发
- grow horns 长角
- grow leaves 长叶子
- grow rice 种植水稻
- grow root 生根
- grow rose 种玫瑰花
- grow tomatoes 种西红柿
- grow vegetables in the garden 在菜园里种菜
- grow wheat 种小麦
- grow angry 生气
- grow better 变好
- grow clever 变聪明
- grow cold 冷起来
- grow excited 激动起来
- grow large 变大
- grow less 变少
- grow longer 变得更长
- grow old 变老
- grow pale 变得苍白
- grow rich 变富有
- grow ripe 长熟
- grow taller 长得更高
- grow tense 紧张起来
- grow worse (形势)恶化
- grow fine〔well〕 长势良好
- grow upwards 向上生长
- grow abnormally 畸形生长
- grow abundantly 大量种植
- grow densely 生长茂密
- grow greatly 大幅度地增长
- grow luxuriantly 生长浓密
- grow malignantly 恶性生长
- grow phenomenally 非凡地发展
- grow proportionately 成比例地增长
- grow quickly 迅速生长
- grow rankly 杂草丛生
- grow rapidly 迅速地发展
- grow sensibly 明显发展
- grow slowly 缓慢地生长
- grow sporadically 间歇性地生长
- grow steadily 持续地生长
- grow vigorously 茁壮地成长
- grow visibly 明显地增长
- grow wantonly 纷乱地生长
- grow apart 渐渐分开
- grow away from 脱离与…的关系
- grow down 减少;变短；向下长
- grow in 往里长
- grow together 种植在一起
- grow up 长大成人,成长起来,发展,兴趣
- grow up a young man 成为一个青年
- grow along 沿…生长
- grow from 从…发育成
- grow from day to day 与日俱增
- grow into 长成,发展成…
- grow into a fine young man 长成一个翩翩少年
- grow into a habit 已成习惯
- grow on 长在,加深对…的影响,渐渐使…有兴趣
- grow out of 长得太高大而不能,由…产生的,来自,出自,革除
- grow out of a habit 戒除一个习惯
- grow out of date 变得过时
- grow out of one's clothes 长得原来的衣服穿不上了
- grow out of usefulness 变得没用
- grow through struggle 在斗争中成长
- grow to 渐渐…起来,达到…(阶段),长成
- grow to a height of 6 feet 长到六英尺高
- grow to one's full height 身体长得很高
- grow to the point of 发展到…阶段
The garden could be begun.., and grow with the membership of the community.出自： I. Murdoch
- grow的基本意思有三:一是“种植”,指培植树木、庄稼等; 二是“生长,发育”,指由于自然地发展而变大或成熟; 三是“渐渐变得”,引申可指“形成”。总起来说,指由小变大、由少变多,强调渐变的过程。
- grow, become, come, go, turn
- 1.come多指向好的方向转变; go往往指向坏的方面转变; become指向好的(也可指向坏的)方面发展, turn是正式用语,指向好的,也指向坏的方面转变。试比较:
- When did that style of dress come into fashion?
- When did that style of dress go out of fashion?
- 2.come的主语往往是人; become的主语可以是人或物; 而go的主语多是物。
- 3.come的表语通常是形容词; become的表语可以是形容词、代词或名词(须加不定冠词); go和grow的表语为形容词; turn的表语可以是形容词或名词(不加不定冠词)。
- grow, boost, elevate, enhance, exalt, highten, hoist, lift, raise
- grow up, bring up, raise, rear
- The mother reared her children wisely.那位母亲很会教养自己的孩子。
- We reared our children to help others.我们教育子女要乐于助人。
- She likes rearing birds.她喜欢养鸟。
- He used to rear pigs.他以前养猪。
- 3.bring up是动词短语,作“抚养”解时无语体之分,侧重于童年时期的“精心教养”。例如:
- The woman brought up four children alone .那个妇女独自养育了四个孩子。
- He was brought up to believe that money is the most important thing in life.他所受的教养使他相信,金钱是生活中最重要的东西。
- 4.grow up的意思是“成长”,侧重于“达到成熟阶段”。例如:
- This bush has grown up a lot in the last few months.这矮树丛几个月来已向上长高了很多。
- Jane is growing up so fast,I think she's going to be a tall woman.简长得真快,我想她一定能长成一个高挑儿的姑娘。
- Stop acting like a child with your bad temper! Do grow up.别耍小孩子脾气了!快成熟点吧。
- In time you will grow to like him.
- In time you will grow to be like him.
- The girl has grown (up) a beautiful young lady.
- The girl has grown (up) into a beautiful young lady.
- The girl has grown to be a beautiful young lady.
- 这个女孩已经长成了一位年轻漂亮的 女子。
误 It grows smaller and smaller.
正 It becomes smaller and smaller.
误 He was grown up in the countryside.
正 He grew up in the countryside.
析 grow up表示“成长”时是不及物动词短语,不能用于被动结构。她在屋后种了些蔬菜。
误 She plants vegetables behind her house.
正 She grows vegetables behind her house.
误 The more he thought about it, the more angrily he grew.
正 The more he thought about it, the angrier he grew.
误 John's present unfortunate position grew from his bad temper.
正 John's present unfortunate position grew out of his bad temper.争执常常是由误会引起的。
误 Arguments often grow from misunderstanding.
正 Arguments often grow out of misunderstanding.
析 grow from表示“从…长大”“由…发展”,主语和介词宾语是属于同一范畴、同一属性的东西。而grow后面跟复合介词结构out of意为“由…产生”,主语和介词宾语不一定是同一范畴或同一属性的东西。
- ☆ 直接源自中古英语的growen；最初源自古英语的growan，意为生长，生成。