budding


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bud·ding

 (bŭd′ĭng)
adj.
Being in an early developmental stage: a gallery with the works of budding artists.

budding

(ˈbʌdɪŋ)
adj
at an early stage of development but showing promise or potential: a budding genius.

bud•ding

(ˈbʌd ɪŋ)
adj.
in an early, usu. promising stage of development: a budding artist.
[1550–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.budding - reproduction of some unicellular organisms (such as yeasts) by growth and specialization followed by the separation by constriction of a part of the parent
agamogenesis, asexual reproduction - reproduction without the fusion of gametes
Adj.1.budding - beginning to develop; "a budding genius"
undeveloped - not developed; "courses in interior design were rare and undeveloped"; "undeveloped social awareness"

budding

adjective developing, beginning, growing, promising, potential, flowering, burgeoning, fledgling, embryonic, nascent, incipient, germinal The forum is now open to all budding entrepreneurs.
Translations
في أوَّل نُمُوِّه ، مُتَفَتِّح، مُبَرعِم
nadějnýnastávající
bimbózó
verîandi, tilvonandi
yeni yeni parlayanyeni yetişen

budding

[ˈbʌdɪŋ] ADJ (fig) [talent] → en ciernes

budding

[ˈbʌdɪŋ] adj
[tree] → bourgeonnant(e)
[poet, entrepreneur] → en herbe
[passion, romance] → naissant(e)
[democracy] → naissant(e)

budding

adjknospend; (fig) poet etcangehend

budding

[ˈbʌdɪŋ]
1. adj (fig) (talent) → in erba; (flower) → in boccio
2. n (Bot) → gemmazione f

bud

(bad) noun
a shoot of a tree or plant, containing undeveloped leaves or flower(s) or both. Are there buds on the trees yet?; a rosebud.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈbudded
to begin to grow. The trees are budding.
ˈbudding adjective
just beginning to develop. a budding poet.
in bud
producing buds. The flowers are in bud.
References in classic literature ?
The peasants say that a cold wind blows in late spring because the oaks are budding, and really every spring cold winds do blow when the oak is budding.
The green and budding twigs may represent existing species; and those produced during each former year may represent the long succession of extinct species.
A ruddy sunset burned there now, filling the room with an enchanted glow; the soft murmur of the sea was heard, and a robin chirped "Good-night!" among the budding trees.
Moreover, for Snelgar and Manson (1992), floral evocation seems to occur progressively from base to the apex of each budding in the period near the end of leaf expansion.
Tumor budding in colorectal carcinoma (CRC) has been studied extensively and many recent reviews have highlighted the key studies that have brought tumor budding into the clinical realm.
The goal of this review is not to exhaustively reiterate the information provided in these publications, but to provide a brief overview of the clinical and historical context and emphasize the practical aspects of reporting tumor budding.
The different stone fruits unite quite readily while subjecting to inter budding or inter grafting, but the resulting unions vary widely in degree of compatibility.
2 : to reproduce by asexual means by forming a small growth that pinches off and develops into a new organism <a budding yeast cell>
We show you how to successfully blend budding relationships with your lifelong friendships....
First reports that "half the crop" was destroyed were completely inaccurate, as there is always a second budding if the first buds are destroyed.
In early spring, adult thrips leave the forest soil where they've spent the winter, fly up to budding leaves and flowers, and feed.
In a production system, endodormancy is the most important stage for producers, because the poor or uneven budding may compromise both the production and the distribution of branches on the plant (CARVALHO; ALVES, 2007).