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bur·geon

also bour·geon  (bûr′jən)
intr.v. bur·geoned, bur·geon·ing, bur·geons also bour·geoned or bour·geon·ing or bour·geons
1.
a. To put forth new buds, leaves, or greenery; sprout.
b. To begin to grow or blossom.
2. To grow or develop rapidly; expand or proliferate.

[Middle English burgeonen, from Old French borjoner, from burjon, a bud, from Vulgar Latin *burriō, burriōn-, from Late Latin burra, a shaggy garment.]

burgeoning

(ˈbɜːdʒənɪŋ)
adj
rapidly developing or growing; flourishing
Translations

burgeoning

[ˈbɜːdʒənɪŋ] ADJ [industry, market] → en vías de expansión, que empieza a prosperar or florecer; [career] → que empieza a prosperar or florecer; [population] → en aumento

burgeoning

adj industry, marketboomend; movementexpandierend; careerErfolg versprechend, hoffnungsvoll; demandwachsend; populationständig wachsend
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