Phrasal verb GROW UP

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    1. To grow up is to become older or to become an adult.

    Examples of use:

    1. When I grow up I want to be a doctor.
    2. He grew up in Thailand.
    3. She’s growing up fast.


    2. Grow up is something you say to someone who is behaving in a childish or immature way.

    Examples of use:

    1. You’re being stupid. Why don’t you just grow up?
    2. Oh grow up! I’ve heard enough of your silly jokes.


    1. grown-up (adjective) – When children look or behave in a mature way they are grown-up.

    Example of use:

    She looked very grown-up in her new dress.


    1. grown-up (noun) – a grown-up is an adult. Informal English – usually used by children.

    Example of use:

    He wanted to sit with the grown-ups but he had to look after his brother and sister.


    infinitive grow up
    present simple grow up and grows up
    -ing form growing up
    past simple grew up
    past participle grown up



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