grow on


grow on
grow on
1. To gain a greater hold on
2. To gain in the estimation of, become ever more acceptable to
3. (of seedlings) to (be stimulated to) develop into mature plants by suitable positioning, treatment, etc
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ˈgrow on [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they grow on he/she/it grows on present participle growing on past tense grew on past participle grown on] phrasal verb
if something or someone grows on you, you start to like them more

The new house slowly began to grow on her.

Thesaurus: to be, or to become popular or fashionablesynonym
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become gradually more appealing to (someone)

a house has to grow on you

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grow on [phrasal verb]
grow on (someone) : to become more appealing to (someone) as time passes

Try the dish again–it grows on you.

I didn't like him at first, but he's starting to grow on me.

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Useful english dictionary. 2012.