thriving


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thrive

 (thrīv)
intr.v. thrived or throve (thrōv), thrived or thriv·en (thrĭv′ən), thriv·ing, thrives
1. To grow vigorously; flourish: Some plants thrive in sandy soil.
2. To be successful or make steady progress; prosper: The town has been thriving on tourism.

[Middle English thriven, from Old Norse thrīfask, reflexive of thrīfa, to seize.]

thriv′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.thriving - very lively and profitable; "flourishing businesses"; "a palmy time for stockbrokers"; "a prosperous new business"; "doing a roaring trade"; "a thriving tourist center"; "did a thriving business in orchids"
successful - having succeeded or being marked by a favorable outcome; "a successful architect"; "a successful business venture"

thriving

thriving

adjective
Improving, growing, or succeeding steadily:
Translations
ناجِح، مُزْدَهِر
vzkvétající
blomstrende
blómstrandi

thriving

[ˈθraɪvɪŋ] ADJ [industry, business] → próspero, floreciente

thriving

[ˈθraɪvɪŋ] adj
(= flourishing) [population, animal life] → florissant(e)
the river's thriving population of kingfishers → la florissante population de martins-pêcheurs de la rivière
(= financially successful) [industry] → prospère

thriving

adj
plantprächtig gedeihend, kräftig; person, city, communityblühend; childgut gedeihend; he’s thriving!ihm gehts prächtig!; (child) → er blüht und gedeiht!
business, economy, night lifeflorierend, blühend; businessmanerfolgreich

thriving

[ˈθraɪvɪŋ] adj (industry, community) → fiorente

thrive

(θraiv) verb
to grow strong and healthy. Children thrive on milk; The business is thriving.
ˈthriving adjective
successful. a thriving industry.
References in classic literature ?
He cut out the work again overnight and found it done in the morning, as before; and so it went on for some time: what was got ready in the evening was always done by daybreak, and the good man soon became thriving and well off again.
Currently the company provides strategic capital to the thriving cannabis cultivation sector through ownership and development of commercial real estate properties.
A centre once facing closure in Wolverhampton is now thriving after receiving a PS10,000 cash boost.
This study attempts to look at the influence of managerial coaching on employees thriving at work through the moderating effect of perception of organizational politics.
As in, "Try me later, I'm busy Thriving." (I hope my boss doesn't mind.)
Although academic success in honors programs is easily quantified, student thriving has not been previously measured.
Scholars and practitioners have linked organization's success with human sustainability that is the individual's thriving (Spreitzer et al., 2012).
According to SIS Vice President, Debra Skyy Samuels: “The sessions are designed to provide, business owners with practical, easy to implement tools to shift their business from idling in neutral to thriving.” The workshop is informal, and questions from participants are encouraged to help each participant receive the knowledge they need.
Celebrating community and its people is a global demonstration of Hyatt's dedication to thriving communities where associates live and work.
They identify balance sheet and income statement ratios that separate these thriving banks from other community banks and supplement that analysis with detailed interview evidence from a sample of thriving banks.
Former student-athletes are more likely to be thriving -- or strong and consistent -- than non-student-athletes in four out of five areas of well-being that Gallup measures.