This page is about the phrasal verb grow on
Meaning: If something grows on you, you gradually start to like it, even though you didn't like it much at first.
- grow on sb I didn't like the music at first, but it's grown on me and I like it a lot now.
- has grown on sb David really didn't like New York when he first went there, but he says he loves it now. I guess the city has grown on him.
Lee said she didn't like the apartment when she first moved in, but she says it's grown on her, so
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Contributor: Matt Errey