growth

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈgrəʊθ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/groʊθ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(grōth)


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growth

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [cancerous, benign, malignant] growth
  2. get that growth [looked at, checked out]
  3. [biopsy, remove] the growth
  4. a growth or [tumor, cyst, cancer, polyp, mass, lump]
  5. a growth on the [skin, thyroid, ovary]
  6. [plant, cell] growth
  7. [hair, nail, fingernail] growth
  8. new growth of [hair, cells]
  9. stimulates new (hair) growth
  10. [pruning, deadheading] encourages new growth
  11. a [child's, tree's] growth
  12. a [high, fast, low, slow] rate of growth
  13. [rapid, increasing, decreasing] growth
  14. [population, economic] growth
  15. the growth of the [population]
  16. the rate of growth (of)
  17. predicted growth of two [points, percent]
  18. [his, its] growth was [sluggish, slow, gradual]
  19. growth was [stunted, impeded, halted, stifled] (by)
  20. measure its growth over time
  21. see your growth over time
  22. [personal, professional, mental] growth
  23. your growth as a [person, parent, partner]
  24. growth and development
  25. a lot of potential for growth
n as adj
  1. growth hormones
  2. the growth rate (of)
  3. a [high, fast, low, slow] growth rate
  4. is [having, experiencing, going through] a growth spurt
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