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Du proto-germanique grōanan.

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Temps Forme
Infinitif to grow
\Prononciation ?\
Présent simple,
3e pers. sing.
grows
Prétérit grew
Participe passé grown
Participe présent growing
voir conjugaison anglaise

grow \ɡɹəʊ\ irrégulier

  1. (Transitif) et (Intransitif) Pousser.
  2. (Transitif) Semer, planter.
    • Are you planning to grow corn again next year?
  3. (Intransitif) Croître, grandir.
    • I think your son must have grown 10 centimeters since I last saw him. (grown by 10 centimeters)
    • All of the plants grow well in this climate.
  4. (Transitif) Faire croître, faire grandir, agrandir.
    • He decided to grow wheat on this part of the farm.
    • If we plan wisely, we can grow this oil company into a billion dollar business.
    • To grow a list, we call list methods such as append instead. — (Mark Lutz, Learning Python (5ème édition), O'Reilly, 2013, p. 113)

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