fast-growing


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fast-growing

adj
1. (Horticulture) growing very quickly
2. (Commerce) expanding very quickly
3. (Economics) expanding very quickly
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Adj.1.fast-growing - tending to spread quicklyfast-growing - tending to spread quickly; "an aggressive tumor"
invasive - marked by a tendency to spread especially into healthy tissue; "invasive cancer cells"
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Also, this cleared space he kept continually free from the fast-growing vegetation.
Afterward, she went to see Billina's fast-growing family of chicks.
"It is a fast-growing plant, but it is surely inconceivable that this body could have been here while the canes grew to be twenty feet in length."
A record-breaking year for companies on the rise: In 2018, the Netherlands was home to approximately 10,200 fast-growing companies, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).
Summary: Paris [France], June 7 (ANI): Strong consumption in fast-growing Asian economies like India is set to keep the global demand for natural gas growing over the next five years, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Friday.
"Pikl has an innovative proposition that will appeal to a fast-growing and under-served market," he said.
A new measure is being added to the self-employment support program to support fast-growing businesses.
Scientists gave people with suspected glioma a drink containing 5-ALA, a substance known to accumulate in fast-growing cancer cells.
This year, slightly more than 50 organizations out of more than 2,500 qualified as fast-growing Cumberland, Dauphin or Franklin companies.
More than 20 firms from the Philippines are among the fast-growing companies in the Asia-Pacific region, according to UK-based news agency Financial Times.
In fact, a report in 2014 has shown the importance to the UK economy of supporting these fast-growing firms.
FAST-GROWING businesses, such as those found in the Fastest 50, continue to change throughout their lives.