English version

blossom in Gardening topic

blossomblossom2 ●○○ verb [intransitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 HBPDLGif trees blossom, they produce flowers πŸ”Š The apple trees are just beginning to blossom.2 (also blossom out)HAPPYSUCCESSFUL to become happier, more beautiful, more successful etc πŸ”Š Pete’s blossomed out in his new school.blossom into πŸ”Š The idea blossomed into a successful mail order business.β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
blossomβ€’ The doubts maturing in Coleridge's own mind concerning events that summer blossomed alarmingly at the end of September.β€’ Without stage drama, her eccentricity blossomed, and drew Jack and Rob into it.β€’ Like a flower he blossoms and then withers; like a shadow he flees and never stays.β€’ Pete has really blossomed in his new school.β€’ Chomsky places faith in special neural mechanisms blossoming in the brain.β€’ But in blossoming, Jessie unknowingly tears open a decades-old secret that could cost her her life.β€’ He is growing, blossoming, learning about this leadership role and still has lessons to absorb.β€’ Trees and bushes have blossomed with new life at the dawn of a new season.