Phrasal Verb: Grow on

Grow on

Meaning: Like something that you didn't like at first

Example: The painting has GROWN ON me; I used to ate it.

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Grow on

Meaning: Have a greater influence or degree of acceptance

Example: The plans sounded strange at first, but they have GROWN ON me.

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Grow on

Meaning: Become gradually more evident

Example: A feeling of distrust of them GREW ON me.

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Other Phrasal Verbs

We have 13 phrasal verbs with 'GROW'