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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 ?
All of our Princes and Rulers have grown upon this one bush from time immemorial.
And when I grow up, I'll write one--but I'm grown up now,' she added in a sorrowful tone; `at least there's no room to grow up any more HERE.
The most wonderful fairy tales grow out of that which is reality; were that not the case, you know, my magnificent Elderbush could not have grown out of the tea-pot.
It's fun to be almost grown up in some ways, but it's not the kind of fun I expected, Marilla.
And when she had grown up her father said: 'We will get her married.
Prince Andrew had grown thinner, paler, and more manly-looking, but what amazed and estranged Pierre till he got used to it were his inertia and a wrinkle on his brow indicating prolonged concentration on some one thought.
Pierre looked silently and searchingly into Prince Andrew's face, which had grown much older.
Then there were the dogs, puppies growing up like himself, and grown dogs that did not look so large and formidable as the memory pictures he retained of them.
He walked less softly among the grown dogs; his attitude toward them was less compromising.
Kiche's greeting of her grown son was anything but affectionate.
The circle or double hedge that I had made was not only firm and entire, but the stakes which I had cut out of some trees that grew thereabouts were all shot out and grown with long branches, as much as a willow-tree usually shoots the first year after lopping its head.
Our work is done," whispered the Elves, and with blessings on the two fair flowers, they flew away to other homes;--to a blind old man who dwelt alone with none to love him, till through long years of darkness and of silent sorrow the heart within had grown dim and cold.