Spanish translation of 'grow out of'
intransitive verb + preposition
- (= get too big for)
⇒ you've grown out of your shoes again
se te han vuelto a quedar pequeños los zapatos
- (= stop)
⇒ isn't it time you grew out of fighting with your sister?
¿no te estás haciendo un poco mayor para seguir peleándote con tu hermana?
⇒ most children who stammer grow out of it
a casi todos los niños el tartamudeo se les quita con la edad
⇒ she grew out of the habit of waiting up for the children
con el tiempo perdió la costumbre de esperar a los niños despierta
- (= arise from)
Example Sentences Including 'grow out of'
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Many great towers and spires, made of glittering sweeps of living stone, seemed to grow out of the valley's very rock.THE LIGHTSTONE: BOOK ONE, PART TWO OF THE EA CYCLE (2002)
`Cheer up, Harry, he'll grow out of it,' Gina told me over coffee.MAN AND WIFE (2002)
`We're hoping that, living here and being settled, she may start to grow out of it.MURDER MOVES IN (2002)
Could it all grow out of the past, watered perhaps by a few idle rumours?MURDER MOVES IN (2002)
Translation of grow out of from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary