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Synonyms for bud

Synonyms for bud

a source of further growth and development

a young person between birth and puberty

a person whom one knows well, likes, and trusts

Words related to bud

a partially opened flower

a swelling on a plant stem consisting of overlapping immature leaves or petals

develop buds

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start to grow or develop

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While the AirPods do a great job reproducing dialog and are a good choice for casual listening, the Galaxy Buds offer better sound quality thanks to a few factors.
In keeping with this philosophy, Modern Buds is proud to be the first dispensary in Long Beach to proactively welcome their clients' canine companions within the store.
Treatments consisted in the maintenance of different bud load levels on each cane: 10, 15 and 20 buds [cane.sup.-1], which represented, respectively, 120, 180 and 240 buds originating from canes per plant.
The consensus method requires scanning the entire invasive front of the tumor on routine H&E-stained slides, selecting a single "hotspot," and counting the number of tumor buds (defined as single tumor cells or clusters of up to 4 tumor cells) with an X20 objective lens.
Dando's team took a closer look at taste buds, those clusters of cells on the tongue that help perceive the five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami.
Platt inspired readers with his photographs, specializing in close-up views of buds, flowers and other botanical details that required advanced equipment along with great skill and patience.
He has to harvest as many mature buds as possible, starting at 6 a.m.
Count buds are the fruitful buds retained during dormant pruning and derived from node positions distinctly separated from wood that is two years old or more.
Boryung Medience Co was the leading manufacturer in cotton buds with specialist baby products.
Buds, tillers, and rhizomes from each plant were examined using a dissecting scope with magnifications between 7 and 40 x.
We all love to look at the delicate snowflakes as they float down, so why not make your own cotton bud snowflake?
And an experiment meant to showcase the new buds' value is not convincing, Duncan says.
Bud take success % age = [Total green buds/Total buds inserted] x 100
Thanks to the recession and Harmon's flexible design, Big Equipment created a profitable niche outfitting original Big Buds with new technology like auto steer, GPS, or systems that meet EPA requirements.