отросток ; росток ; побег [бот.] ; брюссельская капуста;
пускать ростки; прорастать; расти; отращивать; быстро развиваться
- If you cut them back when they reach a manageable height they'll retain their shape but will sprout a forest of shoots at the top.
- Ashley, meanwhile, shatters any possible pretensions towards cool by claiming that Simon Garfunkel, The Beatles and Prefab Sprout's "Steve McQueen" is the kind of music that uplifts him.
- We were going to have an 80-foot Brussels sprout flying above Battersea Power Station - and it nearly happened!
- If both sprout she will give birth
- Brian (twelve, knock-kneed and beginning to sprout acne) has the unshakable conviction that you're panting to hear the entire plot of last night's horror movie.
- For those of us with non-pedigree black moggies which sprout a few white hairs, it is comforting to think of their special markings not as some kind of mongrel flaw but instead as a vital and valuable relic of earlier days in the feline history of Europe.
- Environment is the soil and water that permits it to sprout and grow, or sees to it that it doesn't.
- Capillaries grow in several stages: they sprout from their parent vessels, grow larger, and form hollow and leak-proof vessels.
- Its influence extends beyond its seeming limits, causing business parks and shopping centres to sprout at a distance - hence the book's title.
- Of the 12 "Peer Gynt" sprout plants, those overshadowed by the 18in tall pea plants are rather more leggy than the others.
- Think-tanks sprout in America to an extent undreamed of elsewhere.
- Check the underside of the Brussels sprout plants for whitefly.
- Quite what these people are on about is unclear but their odd mixture of Country rock Beach Boy Prefab Sprout Lloyd Cole pop (yup, that old one again.