"sprout" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

sprout
[spraʊt]
sustantivo
1. brote (m) (of plant)
  • (Brussels) sprouts -> coles (f pl) or repollitos mpl de Bruselas (CSur)
verbo transitivo
2. (familiar)
  • to sprout a mustache/a beard -> dejarse crecer el bigote/la barba
  • he's starting to sprout a beard -> le está saliendo barba (for first time)
verbo intransitivo
3. brotar (leaves, hair)

sprout [spraut]
1. Hacer germinar o brotar.
2. Quitar los botones o vástagos.
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
3. Germinar, brotar el germen; arrojar hojas, flores o renuevos; echar botones. (n)
4. Crecer. (n)
5. Extenderse en ramificaciones. (n)
  • To sprout new leaves -> echar nuevas hojas
va.
sustantivo
1. Vástago, renuevo, retoño.
  • Sprouts -> s
2. pl.

sprout [spraʊt]
noun
1 (from bulb, seeds) brote (m); retoño (m)
2 (also Brussels sprout) col (f) de Bruselas
verb:transitive
echar; hacerse
to sprout new leaves echar hojas nuevas; the calf is sprouting horns le salen los cuernos al ternero; the town is sprouting new buildings en la ciudad se levantan edificios nuevos
verb:intransitive
(bud) brotar; retoñar; echar retoños; (grow quickly) crecer rápidamente
skyscrapers are sprouting up se están levantando rascacielos por todos lados

Verb Conjugations for "sprout" (go to brotar)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I sprout I sprouted I will sprout
you sprout you sprouted you will sprout
he/she sprouts he/she sprouted he/she will sprout
we sprout we sprouted we will sprout
you sprout you sprouted you will sprout
they sprout they sprouted they will sprout
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