thriven

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Past participle of thrive
of Thrive
thrive
To increase in wealth or success; to prosper, be profitable

Since expanding in June, the business has really thrived.

thrive
{v} to prosper, succeed, grow rich or fat
thrive
To increase in bulk or stature; to grow vigorously or luxuriantly, as a plant; to flourish; as, young cattle thrive in rich pastures; trees thrive in a good soil
thrive
{f} prosper, flourish, succeed, grow stronger
thrive
If someone or something thrives, they do well and are successful, healthy, or strong. Today his company continues to thrive the river's thriving population of kingfishers
thrive
If you say that someone thrives on a particular situation, you mean that they enjoy it or that they can deal with it very well, especially when other people find it unpleasant or difficult. Many people thrive on a stressful lifestyle. to become very successful or very strong and healthy (thrifask, probably from thrifa )
thrive
To grow or increase in bulk or stature; to grow vigorously or luxuriantly, to flourish
thrive
gain in wealth
thrive
To prosper in any business; to have increase or success
thrive
To prosper by industry, economy, and good management of property; to increase in goods and estate; as, a farmer thrives by good husbandry
thrive
grow stronger; "The economy was booming"
thriven

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    [ 'thrIv ] (intransitive verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old Norse thrIfask, probably reflexive of thrIfa to grasp.

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