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crescere in English:

1. grow grow


Plants grow.
People no longer consider it strange for men to let their hair grow long.
Australian saltwater crocodiles can grow up to 23 feet long and frequently kill people.
It's fine, Dima laughed. "I'm still growing, after all. I'll grow into it."
The President cannot make clouds to rain and cannot make the corn to grow, he cannot make business good; although when these things occur, political parties do claim some credit for the good things that have happened in this way.
If you want to become big and strong when you grow up, you have to eat a lot of spinach and peanut butter sandwiches.
When Chokichi thought listlessly about this winter, and the similar winter before and the one before that, he vividly experienced the fact that as people grow older, they gradually lose their happiness.
The couple who came on a shrine visit, Kouji Oonishi (40) and his wife Yukie (34) said, "We prayed that our child would grow up healthily."
It also found the amount of land needed to grow all the food wasted in the world each year would be the size of Mexico.
Our international sales continue to grow, bringing the name of Toyo Computer into businesses world-wide.
The outcome of any serious research can only be to make two questions grow where only one grew before.
One problem is how the enterprises arrange posts for excellent female students, but another important point is whether the educational industry can grow and supply creative students needed for Japan's future.

English word "crescere"(grow) occurs in sets:

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2. to grow up to grow up


You have to grow up and face the future.

English word "crescere"(to grow up) occurs in sets:

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