不在，缺席 (Someone's absence from a place is the fact that they are not there.)
EX1. Her absence from his birthday party upset him.
EX2. I know she often speaks ill of me in my absence.
1. absence of mind (n.) 心不在焉
EX. She failed in the test due to her absence of mind.
2. absent (adj.) 缺席的，不在的
EX. She was absent this morning.
3. absent-minded (adj.) 心不在焉的
EX. I can tell that he is absent-minded now. What happened to him?
1. 漸漸變得 (You use grow to say that someone or something gradually changes until they have a new quality, feeling, or attitude.)
EX. He grew to love his work. /I grew (= became) a little afraid of the guy next door.
2. 增大，增加，發展 ( If the economy or a business grows, it increases in wealth, size, or importance. )
EX. The economy continues to grow.
3. 生長，成長，發育 (When people, animals, and plants grow, they increase in size and change physically over a period of time. / When someone's hair grows, it gradually becomes longer. Your nails also grow.)
EX. We stop growing at maturity./ The boys grew into men.
4. 由某處產生 (If something such as an idea or a plan grows out of something else, it develops from it.)
EX. The idea for this book grew out of conversations with Philippa Brewster.
這本書的構想來自於和 Philippa Brewster的對話。
1. 種植 (If you grow a particular type of plant, you put seeds or young plants in the ground and look after them as they develop.)
EX. I always grow a few onions.
2. 使生長，留(毛髮或指甲) (If someone grows their hair, or grows a beard or moustache, they stop cutting their hair or shaving so that their hair becomes longer. You can also grow your nails.)
EX. I'd better start growing my hair.
1. 溫柔深情的 (You use fond to describe people or their behaviour when they show affection.)
EX. The fond father gave his son a hug./ He gave her a fond smile.
2. 喜歡的 (If you are fond of someone, you feel affection for them./ If you are fond of something, you like it or you like doing it very much.)
EX. I am very fond of (=like) Michael./ She is fond of (like) collecting rare carpets.
3. 希望渺茫的 (You use fond to describe hopes, wishes, or beliefs which you think are foolish because they seem unlikely to be fulfilled.)
EX. My fond hope is that we will be ready by Christmas.
1. fondness (n.)
EX. I've always had a fondness for jewels.
2. fondly (adv.)
EX. The man fondly looked at the lady sitting across from him.