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develop / desarrollar
 
develop   [dɪˈveləp]
A. -transitive verb
1. (=make bigger, stronger etcetera)
[+mind, body]   desarrollar   (figurative)
[+argument, idea]   desarrollar
·I developed his original idea
·yo desarrollé su idea original
2. (=generate)
[+plan]   elaborar
[+process]   perfeccionar
3. (=acquire)
[+interest, taste, habit]   adquirir
[+disease]   contraer
[+tendency]   coger,   desarrollar
[+engine trouble]   empezar a tener
·she developed a liking for whisky
·le cogió el gusto al whisky
4. (=build on)
[+region]   desarrollar,   fomentar
[+land]   urbanizar
[+site]   ampliar
·this land is to be developed
·se va a construir en or urbanizar este terreno
5. (=exploit)
[+resources, mine etcetera]   explotar
6. (photography)   revelar
·to get a film developed
·revelar un carrete
B. -intransitive verb
1. (=change, mature)   desarrollarse
·girls develop faster than boys
·las chicas se desarrollan masculineánoun rápido que los chicos
·to develop into
·convertirse or transformarse en
·the argument developed into a fight
·la discusiónoun se convirtió en una pelea
2. (=progress)
[country]   desarrollarse
·how is the book developing?
·¿qué tal va el libro?
3. (=come into being)   aparecer
[symptoms]   aparecer,   mostrarse
·a crack was developing in the wall
·se estaba abriendo una grieta en la pared
4. (=come about)
[idea, plan, problem]   surgir
·it later developed that ...
·masculineánoun tarde quedó claro que ...
 
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