Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Burgeon"

The meaning of "Burgeon" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does burgeon mean?
A: grow very quickly
Q: What does burgeoning mean?
A: emerging. the beginning of a trend. 'I have a burgeoning interest in fishing'

Example sentences using "Burgeon"

Q: Please show me example sentences with burgeon.
A: He burgeoned into an amazing actor

The weeds burgeoned in every crack of the sidewalk.

(This word isn't used in any common expressions; in a day-to-day speech, English speakers would rather use the words "to blossom" or "to grow" instead.)

Synonyms of "Burgeon" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between burgeon and sprout ?
A:

They have the same meaning, just different words. The word “expand” is a similar word.

“The plant will burgeon
The word burgeon is normally used with plants, seeds and branches

“The plant will sprout”
The word sprout is normally used with plants, seeds and branches as well

“The city will expand”
The word expand is normally used not object that are not alive.

They have the same meaning, just used in different conversations
Q: What is the difference between burgeon and sprout ?
A: burgeon is a verb that means to grow very rapidly and sprout is a verb that means when the plant first breaks through the soil!

“The trout population in the stream burgeoned now that the water is clean!”

“The flowers finally began to sprout when the weather was warm enough.”

Other questions about "Burgeon"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce burgeoning.
A: @wwhj thank you!

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