Translation for 'to grow' from English to Serbian
VERB   to grow | grew | grown
growing | grows
SYNO to acquire | to arise | to develop | ...
расти [несв.]to grow
одрасти [св.]to grow
нарасти [св.]to grow
одрасти [св.]to grow up
unverified одрастати [несв.]to grow up
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Usage Examples English
  • Wheat, the grain used to bake bread back in England, was almost impossible to grow, and imports of wheat were far from cost productive.
  • The "hill country" of northwest Arkansas was unable to grow cotton and relied on a cash-scarce, subsistence farming economy.
  • 8 percent annual growth rate during the period 2001–2016, aquaculture continues to grow faster than other major food production sectors, but it no longer has the high annual growth rates experienced in the 1980s and 1990s.
  • Whether a spore is to grow into an organism depends on the combination of the species and the environmental conditions where the spore lands.
  • The port continued to grow and in 1996, a new private company, API Acapulco, was created to manage operations.

  • The development of agriculture enabled the human population to grow many times larger than could be sustained by hunting and gathering. Cotton was domesticated in Peru by 3,600 BC.
  • John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, believed in an intermediate state between death and the resurrection of the dead and in the possibility of "continuing to grow in holiness there", but Methodism does not officially affirm this belief and denies the possibility of helping by prayer any who may be in that state.
  • "As of today, military and technical cooperation with Russia is measured at $4 billion and it tends to grow further," President Ilham Aliyev said after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Baku in 2013.
  • Carrel was also interested in the phenomenon of senescence, or aging. He claimed that all cells continued to grow indefinitely, and this became a dominant view in the early 20th century.
  • This seems to provide a "sticky" surface for axons to grow along.

  • The brain signals the bone to grow instead of scar tissue to form, and nodules and other growth can interfere with prosthetics and sometimes require further operations.
  • These four railroad companies are the reason why Aberdeen was able to grow and flourish as it did.
  • Angola's economy is expected to grow by 3.9 per cent in 2014 said the International Monetary Fund (IMF), robust growth in the non-oil economy, mainly driven by a very good performance in the agricultural sector, is expected to offset a temporary drop in oil production.
  • Wilding pines, an invasive species in some parts of New Zealand, are being poisoned on the island to allow the regenerating native vegetation to grow.
  • continued to grow throughout the 19th century, with three-storey developments already existing at the beginning of the century and fourth storeys being constructed from the middle of the century.

  • A complex of actual and replica Soviet-type threat systems began to grow around "Slater Lake", a mile northwest of the main base, along with an acquired Soviet "Barlock" search radar placed at Tonopah Air Force Station.
  • Lastly, abiotic stress has enabled species to grow, develop, and evolve, furthering natural selection as it picks out the weakest of a group of organisms.
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