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if children or animals grow, they become taller or larger
to become larger in size and fill more space
to become larger than normal, usually because of liquid collecting inside
to become bigger and heavier
if part of your body dilates, it becomes bigger and wider
to be filled with air and swell out like a sail
to become inflated
to grow to full adult size
to become larger than something else
to become bigger, more successful, more popular etc, in a way that makes your previous methods or activities no longer suitable
a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
the system of trade unions, or the principles on which trade unions are based
an afternoon full of crafts
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