Q: the growing beef with beef とはどういう意味ですか?

If you look at sense 4, you can see that "beef" can mean a complaint or grienvance in colloquial English. For example, you could say "I have beef with her" to mean "I've got a problem with her." (Note: this usage of "beef" almost always involves "with" afterward, i.e., "have beef with.")

Here, "growing beef with ____" thus means "more and more people having a problem with ____". Fill in the blank with "beef" again (the actual meat, 牛肉) and you get "growing beef with beef" = "more and more people having a problem with beef" = "more and more people being against beef" = "growing antagonism toward beef", etc.

Quite witty I guess, but I admit even I couldn't understand what it meant for a moment. XD
Q: a growing list とはどういう意味ですか?
A: That's kind of my mistake in the way I explained it. Usually there is not an actual list, but there could be. It's just another way to say a lot of people feel a certain way about something, and every day more people start to feel that way.
Q: A growing body of evidence now indicates that inequality in the US threatens creat intergenerational poverty traps とはどういう意味ですか?
A: This means that there is evidence that the unfair things in society keeps poor people poor.
Q: he is one of a growing band of spouses とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I'm sorry what do u mean? Could you rephrase this?
Q: a growing body of research とはどういう意味ですか?
A: AKA "a growing corpus of research".

There has been a growing body of research that indicates that use of Glyphosate can cause birth defects.


Q: i'm a growing boy を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 난 자라나는 소년이다 — 이것은 이미 문장이다..?


Q: the growing number of cars と the increasing number of cars と the rising number of cars はどう違いますか?
A: No difference.
Q: a growing number of と the growing number of はどう違いますか?
A: There is not much difference. "The" is used to sound more specific than "a".

I say "I saw a man in the park." that is very general.
If I say "I saw the man in the park." the person I'm speaking to will want to know exactly which man I mean or will think they should know what man I'm talking about.
Q: a growing number of... と an increasing number of... はどう違いますか?
A: The growing number of the Asias population has increased( has become bigger)
Q: a growing number of と a increasing number of と more and more はどう違いますか?
A: There were a growing number of people at the party. There were an increasing number of people at the party. More and more people came to the party.


Q: 顔が変わった(by growing up or plastic surgery ) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Your face has changed.

Q: lured by the growing fragrance of money
は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: "someone is greedy"
" someone is attracted to money"

the way you said it is correct English but not many native speakers would say it that way.
Q: getting popular
growing popular
becoming popular

whats the difference? almost the same?
plz tell me of a minute nuance in English. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: All are very similar although "to be popular" would be the most natural sounding phrase.
"getting popular", "growing popular" and "becoming popular" are not really used since one does not get, grow or become popular but rather simply is.


Q: As we are able to live longer, a growing emphasis has been placed on mental health. Unfortunately, one out of eight South Koreans reportedly experienced depression last year. Depression seems like an epidemic in the nation. The poor, the elderly and women are especially vulnerable to the disease. Nevertheless, a great number of depressions cases go unreported. In other words, only 9.7% of people with depression seek medical help.
What matters worse, the suicide rate in South Korea has ranked the highest among the OECD nations over the 10 consecutive years. Given the fact that many people who committed suicide had suffered from depression, there is a high link between suicide and depression.

Therefore, the government should make real efforts to reduce the suicide rates rather than come up with quick fixes like installing screen doors on the subway to prevent people from jumping on railways. Instead, it should take practical measures. First, It should help depression patients who are rejected by insurers. Second, it should help eliminate prejudice against depression. Depression is not an incurable disease. Most patients can be cured by anti-depressants. Still, many people depression hesitate to seek treatment due to the prejudice. Patients also need to make efforts themselves. Outdoor activities help them to relieve stress. Support from people around them helps them to overcome depression.
A: 'In other words' sounds a bit unnatural in that sentence.

'What MAKES matters worse'

'the LAST 10 consecutive years'

'There is CLEARLY is high link'

'Therefore' - don't start a paragraph like this.

'Suicide rate'

'Instead THEY should'

'Helped by the use of' - 'Cured' sounds strange to me here.

'FOR EXAMPLE, Outdoor activities CAN help'
Q: Along with the growing number of people using Social Network, people, nowadays, upload thousands of picture and comments with little care. Some even go so far as to post excessively personal things like a naked picture that might hurt their privacy. Some people justify such behavior claiming that it is another form of representing their personality and individuality on online and it helps make connections with others.
However, this reckless behavior might have greater risk on them. They could be exposed to potential crimes as their personal informtion such as what they do and where to live is disclosed to anonymous people. Some serial killers used stolen customers' information for crime.
With barely being deleted, thethings we posted a long time ago could go around on online and it could even ruin your career, university admission or marriage.

Therefore, we should bear in mind that allowing ourselves to expose our information on online could be deadly. Being catious about it, we should regulate our internet usage. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Your welcome 😊 and also⬇️
What they do and where to live❌

What they do and where they live✔️

Customers'❌ -Customer's✔️

Catious❌ -Cautious✔️
Q: There are a growing number of children who don't have the true sense of Japanese recently.

There are a growing number of children who don't understand the true meanings of Japanese recently.

There are a growing number of children who don't have the capacity to aquire proper Japanese recently.
A: I would say "Recently, there are a growing number of children who are unable to acquire proper Japanese." (:
Q: There is a growing trend that consumers tend to try different products now and then.
A: There is a growing trend of consumers trying different products.
Q: nowadays there is a growing concern over sth この表現は自然ですか?
A: Natural, although using "a" is probably less common than leaving it out.

I'd say:

Nowadays there is growing concern over whatever.