Verb(1) grow vigorously(2) make steady progress; be at the high point in one's career or reach a high point in historical significance or importance
(1) It's the underground genres that thrive on the Internet and the record labels know it.(2) Those who thrive on glib pronouncements about the role of renewables should carry out the occasional reality check.(3) education groups thrive on organization(4) But literary journals and magazines have their own set of readers and thrive on them.(5) There is hope even for the thrill-seekers who thrive on the chaos - but not for adult serial arsonists.(6) They differ from land forests because of the soil types and the fact that the plant life and trees thrive in salt water.(7) Fortunately, Pearson seems to thrive on the insecurity of the actor's life.(8) There is also no doubt that certain sections of the media thrive on controversy rather than the positive aspects of the game.(9) You get the feeling that daily dilemmas are grist to the mill for Singh, who seems to thrive on the push and pull of the restaurant trade.(10) Moneyed big companies seem to almost thrive on residents' apathy and the sentiment that the worst is as good as done.(11) They thrive on misinformation, on twisting the truth to suit their nefarious ends.(12) Society should recognise that a child may thrive in any number of different family structures.(13) Once again, these B-grade luxury goods sellers thrive on the naiveness of tourists.(14) If truth must be an exile from the mainstream of politics, let it thrive on the margins.(15) It is a short step from there to realising that then we also cannot hate those who thrive on spreading hatred.(16) Bees thrive in London: they have a far better choice of flowers than their country cousins.
(1) to thrive :: om te floreer
(2) thrive on :: floreer op
(3) failure to thrive :: versuim om te floreer
1. flourish ::
2. expand ::
uit te brei
3. fly high ::
1. fail ::
thrive, thrived, thrives, thriving
Word Example from TV Shows
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Sleazy is where I THRIVE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 21
I really THRIVE anywhere the women
and the temperature are over 90.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 5
She will give them her love
and they will THRIVE by her side,
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7
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