grown

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English - Turkish
büyümüş

Vay, nasıl da büyümüşsün! - My, how you've grown!

O, adeta, büyümüş bir bebek. - He is, as it were, a grown up baby.

{s} olmuş
yetişkin

Çocuklar yetişkinler gibi davranmak isterler. - Children want to act like grown-ups.

Çocuklar için tasarlanmış kitap yetişkinleri eğlendiriyor. - Intended for children, the book entertains grown-ups.

{f} yetiştir

Küba'da çok şeker kamışı yetiştirilir. - A lot of sugar cane is grown in Cuba.

Pirinç yağışlı bölgelerde yetiştirilir. - Rice is grown in rainy regions.

{s} olgun

Kardeşin yaşına göre çok olgun. - Your brother's awfully grown-up for his age.

Bizim çocuklarımız olgun. - Our children are grown.

grownup yetişkin kimse
grow ol/büyüt/büyü
büyümüş grownup büyümüş
yetişmiş
f., bak. grow. s. yetişkin
grownups yetişkinler
grow
büyümek

Tom iki dilli büyümek için şanslıydı. - Tom was lucky to grow up bilingual.

Tepede bir sürü bodur ağaçlar büyümektedir. - Lots of low trees grow on the hill.

grow
{f} yetişmek

Bitkilerin yetişmek için güneş ışığına ihtiyacı var. - Plants need sunlight to grow.

grown old
yaşlanmak
grown up
yetişmiş
grown up
kemale ermiş
grown up
anaç
grown up
eşek kadar
grown at
yetiş
grown over with
ile örtülü
grown up
{f} büyü

Onun çocukları büyüdü. - His children have grown up.

Sandra büyüdüğünde güzel bir kadın oldu. - Sandra has grown up to be a beautiful woman.

grown-up
büyük
grown-up
yetişkin

Küçük çocuk yetişkinlerle konuşmaya alışkın. - The little boy is used to talking with grown-ups.

Çocuklar için tasarlanmış kitap yetişkinleri eğlendiriyor. - Intended for children, the book entertains grown-ups.

grown-up
büyümüş
grown-up
olgun

Kardeşin yaşına göre çok olgun. - Your brother's awfully grown-up for his age.

grown-up man
yetişkin insan
grown again
yeniden büyüdü
grown apart
apart büyüdü
grown in
yetiştirilen
grown old
Eski büyüdü
grown out of
out of büyüdü
grown through
yoluyla yetiştirilen
grown tire
(Otomotiv) lastikte gövde büyümesi
grown up
ergin
grown up
yetişkin

Şu oğlan sanki bir yetişkinmiş gibi konuşuyor. - That boy talks as if he were a grown up.

grass grown
çimenli
grow
yetiştirmek

Tayland'da ülkenin bazı kısımları pirinç yetiştirmek için şimdiden aşırı kuru hale geldi. - In Thailand it has already become too dry to grow rice in some parts of the country.

Sami, Kosta Rika'ya gitmek ve muz yetiştirmek istiyordu. - Sami wanted to go to Costa Rica and grow bananas.

grow
{f} dönüşmek
grow
gelişmek
home grown
yurt içinde üretilen
fully grown
(Biyoloji) tam gelişmiş
fully grown
(Biyoloji) olgunlaşmış
grow
bitmek
grow
birleşmek
grow
(Kimya) büyüme

Japon ekonomisinin büyüme hızı bu yıl % 0.7'yi geçecek. - The growth rate of the Japanese economy will top 0.7% this year.

Ağaç büyümeyi durdurdu. - The tree stopped growing.

grow
artmak

Tatoebanın popülaritesi kurulduğu günden beri katlanarak artmaktadır. - Tatoeba's popularity has been growing exponentially since the day of its inception.

Elektrikli araçların popülaritesi artmaktadır. - Electric vehicles are growing in popularity.

grow
gelişme göstermek
grow
bırakmak
grown up
büyümek
grow
{f} uzatmak

Tom, bütün yaz sakal uzatmaktadır. - Tom has been growing a beard all summer.

Bu kalın bıyığı uzatmak uzun zamanımı aldı. - Growing this thick mustache has taken me quite a while.

full grown
tamamen büyümüş
full-grown
tam gelişmiş
full-grown
iyi gelişmiş
grow
(bitki/vb.) yetişmek
grow
olmak

Büyüyünce, bir İngilizce öğretmeni olmak istiyorum. - When I grow up, I want to be an English teacher.

Büyüdüğümde ben önemli biri olmak istiyorum. - I want to be somebody when I grow up.

grow
-leşmek
grow
büyü

Büyüdüğüm zaman bir pilot olmak istiyorum. - I want to be a pilot when I grow up.

Ayrıca,bebeğim sekiz aylık,sağlıklı ve çabucak büyüyor. - My baby is also eight months old, is healthy and is growing by leaps and bounds.

grow
(saç/sakal/bıyık/vb.) uzatmak
grow
çoğalmak
home grown software
kullanıcının hazırladığı program
home-grown
yurt içinde üretilen
moss-grown
yosunla örtülmüş
grow
{f} üretmek
Grow
(isim) Serpil
field-grown tomatoes
tarla domatesi
full-grown
Yetişkin
fully grown
tam olarak gelişmiş
semi-grown-up
Yarı yetişkin
the grown up
büyüdü
early grown tomato
(Tarım) turfanda domates
full grown
büyümüş
full grown
ergin
full grown
anaç
grow
bir kimseyi kendine ısındırma
grow
{f} (grew, --n)
grow
{f} lemek
grow
{f} lenmek
grow
(Tıp) Büyümek, gelişmek, çıkmak
grow
{f} (bitki/sebze/meyve) yetiştirmek; yetişmek
grow
hası1 etmek
grow
grow on one gittikçe daha çok beğenilmek
grow
{f} olmak: She's grown ugly. Çirkinleşti./Çirkin
grow
{f} leşmek
grow
{f} büyütmek

Bir ağacı büyütmek yıllar alır, ve ama onu kesmek saniyeler sürer. - It takes years to grow a tree, yet it takes seconds to cut it.

moss grown
yosun kaplı
moss grown
eskimiş
moss grown
modası geçmiş
English - English
Past participle of grow
Covered by growth; overgrown

What one was a farm was grown with trees.

of Grow
(of animals) fully developed; "an adult animal"; "a grown woman"
A grown man or woman is one who is fully developed and mature, both physically and mentally. Few women can understand a grown man's love of sport Dad, I'm a grown woman. I know what I'm doing. see also full-grown. the past participle of grow
{s} mature, adult, fully developed; covered; raised or developed in a particular place or way
grown old
Past participle of grow old
grown on
Past participle of grow on
grown out of
Past participle of grow out of
grown up
Past participle of grow up
grown up
Adult; fully developed; mature
grown up
Of, pertaining to, or suitable for adults
grown up
An adult
grown ups
plural form of grown up
grown-up
Of, pertaining to, or suitable for adults
grown-up
Having a mature outlook
grown-up
An adult
grown up
{i} adult, fully grown person, person who is "of-age
grown-up
Grown-up things seem suitable for or typical of adults. Her songs tackle grown-up subjects She talked in a grown-up manner. = adult. an adult - used by or to children
grown-up
{s} adult, mature, not childish; large
grown-up
The spelling grownup is also used. The syllable up is not stressed when it is a noun
grown-up
A grown-up is an adult; used by or to children. Tell children to tell a grown-up if they're being bullied. = adult
grown-up
Someone who is grown-up is physically and mentally mature and no longer depends on their parents or another adult. I have grown-up children who're doing well
grown-up
If you say that someone is grown-up, you mean that they behave in an adult way, often when they are in fact still a child. She's very grown-up
grown-ups
adults, mature people
full-grown
Fully developed; adult
grow
To cause something to become bigger, especially cultivate plants

He grows peppers and squash each summer in his garden.

grow
To assume a condition or quality

The town grew smaller and smaller in the distance as we travelled.

grow
To appear or sprout

A long tail began to grow from his backside.

home-grown
Having been produced locally

We not only have to cultivate our home-grown talent better, but we also need to stimulate the flow of talent into our country.

home-grown
Home-grown fruit and vegetables have been grown in your garden, rather than on a farm, or in your country rather than abroad
grow
{v} to shoot out, increase, improve, raise, become
full-grown
totally developed or grown, adult, mature
full-grown
An animal or plant that is full-grown has reached its full adult size and stopped growing. a full-grown male orang-utan. a full-grown animal, plant, or person has developed to their full size and will not grow any bigger
fully-grown
a fully-grown animal, plant, or person has developed to their full size and will not grow any bigger
grow
become attached by or as if by the process of growth; "The tree trunks had grown together"
grow
To become bigger
grow
GNU GNU Remote Operations Web An architecture for building networked applications and services using WWW
grow
become larger, greater, or bigger; expand or gain; "The problem grew too large for me"; "Her business grew fast"
grow
{f} become larger; cultivate; be changed; be; become
grow
If something such as an idea or a plan grows out of something else, it develops from it. The idea for this book grew out of conversations with Philippa Brewster
grow
If a plant or tree grows in a particular place, it is alive there. The station had roses growing at each end of the platform
grow
If an amount, feeling, or problem grows, it becomes greater or more intense. Opposition grew and the government agreed to negotiate. a growing number of immigrants
grow
cause to grow or develop; "He grows vegetables in his backyard"
grow
To increase in size by a natural and organic process; to increase in bulk by the gradual assimilation of new matter into the living organism; said of animals and vegetables and their organs
grow
referring to volcanoes as they increase in size
grow
If the economy or a business grows, it increases in wealth, size, or importance. The economy continues to grow. a fast growing business
grow
If you grow a particular type of plant, you put seeds or young plants in the ground and look after them as they develop. I always grow a few red onions
grow
cultivate by growing, often involving improvements by means of agricultural techniques; "The Bordeaux region produces great red wines"; "They produce good ham in Parma"; "We grow wheat here"; "We raise hogs here
grow
To become attached or fixed; to adhere
grow
develop and reach maturity; undergo maturation; "He matured fast"; "The child grew fast"
grow
To cause to grow; to cultivate; to produce; as, to grow a crop; to grow wheat, hops, or tobacco
grow
To spring up and come to maturity in a natural way; to be produced by vegetation; to thrive; to flourish; as, rice grows in warm countries
grow
If one thing grows into another, it develops or changes until it becomes that thing. The boys grew into men This political row threatens to grow into a full blown crisis
grow
If someone grows a business, they take actions that will cause it to increase in wealth, size, or importance. To grow the business, he needs to develop management expertise and innovation across his team
grow
increase in size by natural process; "Corn doesn't grow here"; "In these forests, mushrooms grow under the trees"
grow
(v ) tUl, tool
grow
To increase in any way; to become larger and stronger; to be augmented; to advance; to extend; to wax; to accrue
grow
When people, animals, and plants grow, they increase in size and change physically over a period of time. We stop growing at maturity
grow
If a crystal grows, or if a scientist grows it, it forms from a solution. crystals that grow in cavities in the rock We tried to grow some copper sulphate crystals with our children. see also grown
grow
grow emotionally or mature; "The child developed beautifully in her new kindergarten"; "When he spent a summer at camp, the boy grew noticeably and no longer showed some of his old adolescent behavior"
grow
pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute; become; "The weather turned nasty"; "She grew angry"
grow
When someone's hair grows, it gradually becomes longer. Your nails also grow. Then the hair began to grow again and I felt terrific
grow
If someone grows mentally, they change and develop in character or attitude. They began to grow as persons
grow
You use grow to say that someone or something gradually changes until they have a new quality, feeling, or attitude. I grew a little afraid of the guy next door He grew to love his work
grow
If someone grows their hair, or grows a beard or moustache, they stop cutting their hair or shaving so that their hair becomes longer. You can also grow your nails. I'd better start growing my hair
grow
To pass from one state to another; to result as an effect from a cause; to become; as, to grow pale
grow
To cause something to become bigger, especially plants
grow
come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes); "He grew a beard"; "The patient developed abdominal pains"; "I got funny spots all over my body"; "Well-developed breasts"
grow
come into existence; take on form or shape; "A new religious movement originated in that country"; "a love that sprang up from friendship"; "the idea for the book grew out of a short story"; "An interesting phenomenon uprose"
moss-grown
{s} covered in moss, rotten, moldy
moss-grown
overgrown with moss
well-grown
developed
Turkish - English

Definition of grown in Turkish English dictionary

grow
of grow
grown

    Turkish pronunciation

    grōn

    Pronunciation

    /ˈgrōn/ /ˈɡroʊn/

    Etymology

    [ grO ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English grOwan; akin to Old High German gruowan to grow.

    Common Collocations

    grown up, grown ups, grown on

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