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growth /ɡrəʊθ $ ɡroʊθ/ noun


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

growth
[noun]
Synonyms:
- increase, development, enlargement, expansion, multiplication, proliferation, stretching
- improvement, advance, expansion, progress, prosperity, rise, success
- tumour, lump
English Thesaurus: get, obtain, acquire, inherit, gain, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

growth S3 W1 /ɡrəʊθ $ ɡroʊθ/ noun
[Word Family: noun: grower, growth, undergrowth, outgrowth, overgrowth; adjective: growing, grown, overgrown; verb: grow, outgrow]
[Date: 1500-1600; Origin: grow]

1. INCREASE [singular, uncountable] an increase in amount, number, or size Antonym : decline
growth in/of
We’ve seen an enormous growth in the number of businesses using the Web.
the rapid growth of world population
the recent growth of interest in African music

2. BUSINESS/ECONOMY [singular, uncountable] an increase in the value of goods or services produced and sold by a business or a country Antonym : decline:
measures to stimulate economic growth
strong/rapid/slow etc growth
a period of rapid growth in the economy
The company is preparing for zero growth (=no growth) this year.
growth area/industry
Debt collection is a huge growth industry.

3. SIZE/STRENGTH [singular, uncountable] the development of the physical size, strength etc of a person, animal, or plant over a period of time:
Vitamins are essential for healthy growth.
a means of stimulating plant growth
a growth hormone (=substance in the body that causes you to grow)

4. IMPORTANCE [singular, uncountable] a gradual increase in the importance or influence that something has
growth of
Cinemas declined with the growth of television.

5. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT [uncountable] the development of someone’s character, intelligence, or emotions:
A loving home is essential for a child’s personal growth.
emotional/intellectual/spiritual etc growth
the journey toward spiritual growth

6. DISEASE [countable] a swelling on or inside a person, animal, or plant, caused by disease ⇒ tumour:
a cancerous growth
growth on
a growth on his lung

7. GROWING THING [uncountable and countable] something that has grown:
Feed the plants to encourage new growth.
His chin bore a thick growth of stubble.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

growth
noun
I. increase in sth
ADJ. considerable, dramatic, enormous, exponential, impressive, phenomenal, significant, spectacular, strong, tremendous the exponential growth in world population
explosive, fast, rapid the explosive growth of personal computers in the 1990s
modest, slow, steady The factory has achieved a steady growth in output.
low a vicious circle of low growth and low productivity
long-term | economic, industrial | population
VERB + GROWTH achieve | maintain, sustain | encourage, promote, stimulate | control new measures to control the growth of traffic on the roads
GROWTH + NOUN rate The economy enjoyed the highest growth rate in Asia.
area, industry Communications technology has proved to be a growth area.
PREP. ~ in There was a rapid growth in the numbers of private cars.
PHRASES a rate of growth
 ⇒ Special page at BUSINESS

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

growth
II. growing
ADJ. healthy, normal A good diet is vital for healthy growth.
excessive the excessive growth of algae in rivers
intellectual, personal, spiritual
VERB + GROWTH encourage Give the plants a good pruning to encourage growth.
stunt Lack of food had stunted his growth.
GROWTH + NOUN hormone

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

growth
III. abnormal lump in the body
ADJ. cancerous, malignant | benign
VERB + GROWTH have
PREP. ~ on He had a cancerous growth on his lung.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

growth

rapid
From the mid 1970s to the mid 1980s there was very rapid growth.
strong
Many industries are expecting strong growth this year.
steady
The business has a history of steady growth.
slow
Economists are forecasting a period of slow growth.
explosive growth (=very fast growth)
India and China are the developing countries with the most potential for explosive growth.
zero growth
The budget was based around a forecast of zero growth in gross domestic product.
economic growth
American aid was meant to kick-start the country’s economic growth.
annual growth
There was an annual growth of 4%.
a growth area/industry
Nuclear energy will be the main growth area in the energy sector.
the growth rate
The economic growth rate averaged only 1.4 percent.
achieve growth
After the war, Europe achieved remarkable economic growth.
maintain/sustain growth
Governments that want to survive have to maintain growth.
stimulate/encourage/promote growth
Greater government spending may stimulate economic growth.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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