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grow apartTo gradually become estranged.Rate it:

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absence makes the heart grow fonderWhen someone or something is faraway, you realise how much you love (or miss) them or it.Rate it:

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mighty oaks from little acorns growSomething great can come from a modest beginning.Don't give up on the project - mighty oaks from little acorns grow!Rate it:

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grow onTo become more likeable to someone.Rate it:

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grow out ofTo become too physically large for something, especially clothes.Rate it:

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grow upTo mature and become an adult.Rate it:

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grow upTo flourish.Rate it:

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grow a pairTo be brave; to show some courage, especially in a situation in which one has so far failed to do so.Rate it:

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conch don't grow on treesmeat that comes out of sea shellsRate it:

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great oaks from little acorns growAlternative form of mighty oaks from little acorns grow.Rate it:

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grow a setSynonym of grow a pairRate it:

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grow coldTo wane; to lose interest or enthusiasm for something or someone; to become disenchanted or to fall out of love with someone.Rate it:

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grow intoTo grow in size, so as to be able to fit something.Rate it:

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grow intoTo become accustomed to something by maturing.Rate it:

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grow outTo allow to grow unimpeded.Rate it:

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grow out ofTo become too mature for something.Rate it:

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hear the grass growTo be very aware or discerning; to pay attention to every small detail.Rate it:

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hear the grass growTo have an extremely sensitive sense of hearing.Rate it:

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hear the grass growTo hear very well due to being in an exceptionally quiet environment.Rate it:

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let the grass grow under one's feetTo be idle; to fail to make progress.Rate it:

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money doesn't grow on treesYou must work in order to have money.Rate it:

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to not let any grass grow under one's feetto be always active and never delay in taking an actionRate it:

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come apartto break, separate.Rate it:

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fall apartTo break into pieces through being in a dilapidated state.Rate it:

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pull apartTo open something by pulling on various parts of it.Rate it:

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take apartTo dismantle something into it's component pieces.Rate it:

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fall apartTo be emotionally in crisis.Rate it:

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take apartTo criticise someone.Rate it:

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take apartTo move someone away from others to be able to talk to, or give them something in private.Rate it:

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tell apartTo be able to know the difference between things; to distinguish.Rate it:

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come apartUsed other than as an idiom: see come, apart.Rate it:

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Come Apart at the SeemsLose self-control or become extremely upset due to some news, person or an eventRate it:

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drift apartTo lose contact, to lose one's friendship or closeness.Rate it:

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pick apartUsed other than as an idiom: see pick, apart.Rate it:

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pick apartTo review or analyse in great detail(idiomatic, transitive) To criticise (especially small details).Rate it:

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pick apartTo criticise (especially small details).Rate it:

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pick apartTo overcome by skilled execution.Rate it:

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poles apartTotally opposite.Rate it:

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set apartTo select (something or someone) for a specific purpose.Rate it:

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set apartTo distinguish, make obvious the distinction between (two things) or of (something).Rate it:

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set apartUsed other than as an idiom: to separate or isolate.Rate it:

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take apartTo soundly defeat someone, or a team.Rate it:

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tear apartUsed other than as an idiom: see tear, apart.Rate it:

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tear apartto destroyRate it:

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tear apartto cause to separateRate it:

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tear apartto severely defeatRate it:

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worlds apartVastly different.Rate it:

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split upCease to be together, break apart from the group.Rate it:

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break upTo break or separate into pieces; to disintegrate or come apart.Rate it:

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spread outBecome further apart.Rate it:

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