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She sensed my growing apprehension.
There is growing public concern over the effects of this policy.
the growing trend towards fitness
the growing popularity of the Internet
A growing number of people are choosing to eat less meat.
Europe's fastest growing international airport
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American English version of definition of growing
the activity of being impolite in a social situation by looking at your phone instead of paying attention to the person you are with
feeling or showing happiness
a peer-to-peer digital currency that is validated by cryptography
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Definition of growing from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.