thrive

词性:v
音标: [θraɪv]
释义:兴旺,欣欣向荣,茁壮成长

thrive on sth. 乐意做[别人觉得难做或不乐意做的事];[在其他人认为不利的环境中]成功

To thrive is to do well or flourish. If your new cookie delivery business thrives, you’ll be rolling in dough — not literally, of course.

The verb thrive means to flourish or grow vigorously, and it can be applied to something like a business or to something or someone’s actual health. Plants can thrive in a greenhouse, and children can thrive if they eat well and exercise. Thriving can also be used more figuratively — “The women thrived on gossip; they loved knowing who was dating or divorcing whom.”

thriving

词性:adj.
音标: [ˈθraɪvɪŋ]
释义:兴旺的,旺盛的,繁荣的

Something that’s thriving is doing very well. You have a thriving cupcake business if you can hardly bake enough to keep up with your customers’ orders.

Use the adjective thriving to describe something that’s healthy — like your new puppy — or profitable and busy — like your dad’s car dealership. A thriving Mexican food truck always has a long line in front of it, and a thriving publisher puts out many popular books. Thriving comes from the verb thrive, and its Old Norse root word, þrifask, which means both “thrive” and “grasp to oneself,” from þrifa, “to clutch or grasp.”


Not just to survive, but to thrive.


You’re thriving.


This was a thriving village.


We’re talking about shutting down a thriving business for months.


Your sister, though, is thriving.

Thirty and fIirty and thriving.

thirty 意思是30岁,flirty 指的是调情,thriving 指的是成熟了。指的是一个人到了30岁,既成熟,又会调情。意指到了一个人一生中最好的时光。