Verb(1) grow too large or too mature for(2) grow faster than
(1) Children often eventually outgrow milk and egg allergies, although peanut allergies tend to be lifelong.(2) Many children outgrow the milk allergy by 3 years.(3) Unlike allergies to other foods like milk and eggs, children generally don't outgrow allergies to peanuts or nuts.(4) the more vigorous plants outgrow their weaker neighbors(5) babies outgrow their first car seat at six to nine months(6) The company hopes that its international business will eventually outgrow its domestic operation.(7) The meeting welcomed a library but felt that the community would quickly outgrow the floor space allocated.(8) is it a permanent injury, or will the colt outgrow it?(9) His knee may jerk more than is normal or he may not lose reflexes that babies have but normally outgrow .(10) the more vigorous plants outgrow their weaker neighbours(11) You never outgrow your need for storage.(12) And they're better than real children, who soon outgrow their adorable helplessness.(13) You will find that the baby will quickly outgrow even these.(14) The speed at which kids outgrow ski boots, skates and, yes, bikes is alarming.(15) But again the charity was to rapidly outgrow its surroundings.(16) But Coleman recognized that the theory left nowhere to go for talented musicians who, like many of their fans, outgrow their adolescent rage.
(1) outgrow :: 脱却
1. outgrow ::
2. top ::
3. outdo ::
4. outgo ::
5. outmatch ::
6. overtake ::
7. outstrip ::
8. outbid ::
Different Formsoutgrow, outgrowing, outgrows
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