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sprout / brote
 
sprout   [spraʊt]
A. -noun
1. (from bulb, seeds)   brote (m),   retoño (m)
2. also Brussels sprout   col (f) de Bruselas
B. -transitive verb   echar,   hacerse
·to sprout new leaves
·echar hojas nuevas
·the calf is sprouting horns
·le salen los cuernos al ternero
·the town is sprouting new buildings
·en la ciudad se levantan edificios nuevos
C. -intransitive verb
(=bud)   brotar,   retoñar,   echar retoños
(=grow quickly)   crecer rápidamente
·skyscrapers are sprouting up
·se estánoun levantando rascacielos por todos lados
 
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