• develop a habit
  • 癖がつく
  • develop an interest in stamps
  • 切手に興味を持つようになる
  • develop cancer
  • がんを発病する
  • develop idle land
  • 遊休地を開発する
  • develop one's faculties
  • 能力を伸ばす
  • develop one's physique
  • 体格を発達させる
  • Young eels develop from eggs.
  • ウナギの子は卵からふ化する
  • A cutting of armoured plates was more rough than developed during the Winter War; the majority of these modified tanks did not have a moving armoured gun mask as seen in Factory No.
  • Wikipedia: T-26
  • A meta-analysis indicates that prolonging breastfeeding until the introduction of gluten-containing grains into the diet was associated with a 52% reduced risk of developing coeliac disease in infancy; whether this persists into adulthood is not clear.
  • Wikipedia: Coeliac disease
  • A similar group of Air Force personnel arrived at Oak Ridge in September 1946 with the aim of developing nuclear aircraft.
  • Wikipedia: Manhattan Project
  • A study of three co-occurring species in banksia woodland in southwestern Australia—Banksia menziesii, B. attenuata and B. ilicifolia—found that all three develop fresh roots in September after winter rainfall, and that the bacteria populations associated with the root systems of B. menziesii differ from the other two, and that they also change depending on the age of the roots.
  • Wikipedia: Banksia menziesii
  • Appaloosas have an eightfold greater risk of developing Equine Recurrent Uveitis (ERU) than all other breeds combined.
  • Wikipedia: Appaloosa
  • As Alzheimer's disease is highly prevalent, many notable people have developed it.
  • Wikipedia: Alzheimer's disease
  • Despite the scientific consensus, a religion-based political controversy has developed over how evolution is taught in schools, especially in the United States.
  • Wikipedia: On the Origin of Species
  • During the course of his disease, he developed weakness of the legs, clumsiness of the hands, numbness, dizziness, bladder disturbances, and erectile dysfunction.
  • Wikipedia: Multiple sclerosis