ETYM Icel. grôthr, grôthi. Related to Grow.
In biology, the increase in size and weight during the development of an organism. Growth is an increase in biomass (mass of organic material, excluding water) and is associated with cell division.
All organisms grow, although the rate of growth varies over a lifetime. Typically, an organism shows an S-shaped curve, in which growth is at first slow, then fast, then, toward the end of life, nonexistent. Growth may even be negative during the period before death, with decay occurring faster than cellular replacement.1. The process of an individual organism growing organically; a purely biological unfolding of events involved in an organism changing gradually from a simple to a more complex levela growth of hair.
(Pathology) An abnormal proliferation of tissue (as in a tumor).
1. The manner or style in which a thing is constructed; Brand
2. The physical, mental, or moral constitution of a person
3. The action of producing or manufacturing; the actual yield or amount produced over a specified period; output
4. The act of shuffling cards; also; turn to shuffle –on the make; in the process of forming, growing, or improving; in quest of a higher social or financial status; in search of sexual adventure
1. Something that comes into existence as a result; SYN. materialization.
2. The immediate descendants of a person; SYN. progeny, issue.
Sinonimi: green goods | green groceries | garden truck
1. Fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market; SYN. green goods, green groceries, garden truck.
2. Agricultural products and especially fresh fruits and vegetables as distinguished from grain and other staple crops
3. The progeny usually of a female animal
Sinonimi: production | mathematical product
ETYM Latin productus, p. pr. of producere. Related to Produce.
1. A consequence of someone's efforts or of a particular set of circumstances.
2. The amount of a good that has been produced by someone or some process; SYN. production.
3. A quantity obtained by multiplication; SYN. mathematical product.
4. A chemical substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction.
ETYM Latin productio a lengthening, prolonging: cf. French production. Related to Produce.
1. The act or process of producing something.
2. (Economics) Manufacturing or mining or growing something (usually in large quantities) for sale.
3. A presentation for the stage or screen or radio or television.
4. (Law) The act of exhibiting in a court of law.
The process of making a good or service. Job production, batch production, and flow production are three different ways in which production is organized. Production can be classified by industrial sector: primary production (mining and agriculture), secondary production (manufacturing), and tertiary production (services).
1. The art or skill of a workman; the execution or manner of making anything.
2. That which is effected, made, or produced; manufacture, something made by manual labor.
An amount of a product; SYN. fruit.
The energy released by a nuclear explosion.
In finance, the annual percentage return from an investment; on ordinary shares it is the dividend expressed as a percentage.