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

The meaning of "Grow" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does grow concerned mean?
A: I'm starting to grow concerned = I'm starting to become worried
Q: What does To grow pale mean?
A: 青ざめる

We use "grew pale" instead of "turned pale" when it's a gradual change. For example, when someone is listening to bad news, they might grow pale.

"As she was listening to the police officer's words, she grew pale."
Q: What does He will not grow tired or weary mean?
A: A frase significa "Ele não crescerá cansado e esgotado".

Weary é usado para cansaço emocional. Tired é usado para cansaço físico. Por isso, é bom variar nos sinônimos quando ambas as palavras estiverem juntas, pois são bem comuns.
Q: What does It grows on you. mean?
A: It means you've grown to like something.

E.g. "I didn't like this song before, but it's grown on me."

Meaning I didn't like the song before but I'm starting to like it more.

I hope this made sense! 😅
Q: What does "growing up" mean?
A: It means when he was younger. It's basically the same as saying "when I was a kid," etc.

Example sentences using "Grow"

Q: Please show me example sentences with grow up .
A: “You’re 18 but you’re acting like you’re 3. Grow up!” Grow up means act your age or be mature
Q: Please show me example sentences with "to grow out of ~".
A: @richurchoi yes, that also works!
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'It's grown on me'.
A: This song has grown on me.

"grown on me" means that at first you didn't like something but later you started to like it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with grow on .
A: A)You know, I didn’t like him at first, but he’s growing on me.
B)She grows on you really quick.
C)It’ll grow on you.

it means to gradually begin to like something or someone.
Q: Please show me example sentences with growing up.
A: Most common example; The kids are growing up so fast. 😉

Synonyms of "Grow" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between grow and raise ?
A: Raise implies more personal involvement than grow. You raise children, because you not only have to feed them, you have to teach them and love them. You also raise animals, because you have to be gentle with them and keep them safe.

Usually, you grow crops, like corn and rice.

If growing a plant is a hobby for you, you might raise some kind of plant, like you can raise orchids. And even for something like corn, if you're talking about a family farm, you could say they raise corn, because the family's life is all about taking care of the corn crop.

Grow is just more neutral and basic. Raise implies love and care.
Q: What is the difference between grow old and get old ?
A: Get old is more negative e.g. when I get old I will have difficulty walking
Whilst grow old is more positive e.g. let’s grow old together
Q: What is the difference between "grown up" and "grewn up" ?
A: I guess you meant 'grown up' and 'grew up', right ?

So you have the infinite form 'to grow' then the preterite form 'grew' and the participle 'grown'.

Eg. I'd like to grow a beard this summer.

I grew up hearing people say I was dumb.

Omg look at you, you're all grown up.

I hope it helped you somehow.
Q: What is the difference between you've grown up so fast and you grew up so fast ?
A: The difference is between the times what were used in this sentences. "You have grown so fast" it is a sentence in present perfect. So a person who said it, had to say it in the moment when he/she saw him/her for the first time from a longer time. The second sentence is in past simple. These words were said after some time, after the meeting these 2 persons. But many people don't use present perfect and in both situations they would use past simple.
Q: What is the difference between grow and grow up ?
A: "Grow" is an increase in size and "grow up" is like a child becoming an adult, so growing in age.

Translations of "Grow"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grew up
A: I grew up or I got older
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grow
A: Xin lỗi vì âm thanh xấu !! Tôi hy vọng điều này đã giúp. tiếng việt không phải là ngôn ngữ đầu tiên của tôi
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grew up
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grew up in
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? grow

Other questions about "Grow"

Q: As he grow up, he became hot. Does this sound natural?
A: Hotter I would say
Q: You grew wise! Does this sound natural?
A: yeah It's just natural.
Q: grow wide vs. grow widely

Are both acceptable?

A: Yes. Both are acceptable.
Q: 吃着吃着你就会喜欢它。it grows Does this sound natural?
A: Do you mean 'The more you eat it, the more you will grow to like it'
Q: I grow bigger and a little more real.
20.A.healthier B.bigger C.clever D.cooler Does this sound natural?
A: Thanks for including a picture. I believe it is "A. healthier".

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