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grown

 (grōn)
v.
Past participle of grow.
adj.
1. Having full growth; mature: a grown woman.
2. Produced or cultivated in a certain way or place: locally grown produce.

grown

(ɡrəʊn)
adj
a. developed or advanced: fully grown.
b. (in combination): half-grown.

grown

(groʊn)

adj.
1. arrived at full growth or maturity; adult: a grown man.
v.
2. pp. of grow.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.grown - (of animals) fully developedgrown - (of animals) fully developed; "an adult animal"; "a grown woman"
animal, animate being, beast, creature, fauna, brute - a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
mature - having reached full natural growth or development; "a mature cell"

grown

adjective mature, adult, grown-up, fully-grown Dad, I'm a grown woman. I know what I'm doing.

grown

adjective
Having reached full growth and development:
Idiom: of age.
Translations
ناضِج، بالِغ
dospělý
voksen
fullvaxta
odrasel

grown

[grəʊn]
A. PP of grow
B. ADJ (also fully grown) → adulto, maduro

grown

[ˈgrəʊn ˈgrəʊn]
pp of grow
adjadultegrown-up [ˈgrəʊnʌp]
n (gen)adulte mf; (word used by children)grande personne f
[ˌgrəʊnˈʌp] modif
(= adult) → adulte
(= mature) → mature

grown

ptp of grow
adjerwachsen; fully grownausgewachsen

grown

:
grown-over
adjüberwachsen; garden alsoüberwuchert
grown-up
adjerwachsen; clothes, bookfür Erwachsene, für Große (inf); they have a grown familysie haben schon erwachsene Kinder
nErwachsene(r) mf

grown

[grəʊn]
1. pp of grow
2. adj (also fully grown) → adulto/a, grande
he's a grown man → è un adulto

grow

(grəu) past tense grew (gruː) : past participle grown verb
1. (of plants) to develop. Carrots grow well in this soil.
2. to become bigger, longer etc. My hair has grown too long; Our friendship grew as time went on.
3. to cause or allow to grow. He has grown a beard.
4. (with into) to change into, in becoming mature. Your daughter has grown into a beautiful woman.
5. to become. It's growing dark.
ˈgrower noun
a person who grows (plants etc). a tomato-grower.
grown adjective
adult. a grown man; fully grown.
growth () noun
1. the act or process of growing, increasing, developing etc. the growth of trade unionism.
2. something that has grown. a week's growth of beard.
3. the amount by which something grows. to measure the growth of a plant.
4. something unwanted which grows. a cancerous growth.
ˈgrown-ˈup noun
an adult.
grown-up adjective
mature; adult; fully grown. Her children are grown up now; a grown-up daughter.
grow on
to gradually become liked. I didn't like the painting at first, but it has grown on me.
grow up
to become an adult. I'm going to be an engine-driver when I grow up.

grown

pp de grow
References in classic literature ?
We agreed that no one who had not grown up in a little prairie town could know anything about it.
She was a grown young woman when she was overtaken by what she supposed to be the climax of her fate.
Grown desperate by his situation, he drew nigh the slight barrier which separated him only by a few feet from his relentless pursuers, and placing his face to the casual opening, he even looked out with a sort of desperate indifference, on their movements.
NEW YORK, July 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pure Grown Diamonds, a luxury diamond company is the first of its kind to be presented with a socially responsible award.
Almost any ornamental tree, shrub or vine can be grown in espalier fashion.
Llach says his family has grown a variety of arabica coffee known as bourbon, which cannot tolerate full sunlight, for 100 years.
Imagine sitting in the same spot where Lincoln sat, or touching a tree grown from seed brought hack from the wild, wild West by explorers Lewis and Clark.
We wonder, since Wal-Mart is becoming a big buyer of organically grown food, will the spirit of our food, of small farms that keep the land alive and well, be lost to us?
Bhardwaj and his colleagues demonstrated that 27 to 35 percent of peanut plants grown on soil treated with rapeseed meal had symptoms of black rot, a common fungal disease, compared to 50 percent of plants grown in untreated soil.
The world elastomer industry has now grown for three consecutive years and in four of the last five years.
By the end of three weeks, the lab had grown enough of the paper-thin skin to completely cover Emerson's body -- about 1.
That the coffee is grown in harmony with nature shows in the lower average yields of about 4,989 pounds per acre, versus 7,484 to 9,978 pounds per acre in an average non-organic coffee farm with intensive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.