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daisy

noun [C]  /ˈdeɪ·zi/ us  
a type of flower with a round, yellow center and a lot of thin, white petals
Translations of “daisy”
in Korean 데이지 꽃…
in Arabic أقحوان…
in French marguerite…
in Turkish papatya…
in Italian margherita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雛菊…
in Russian маргаритка…
in Polish stokrotka…
in Spanish margarita…
in Portuguese margarida…
in German das Gänseblümchen…
in Catalan margarida…
in Japanese ヒナギク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雏菊…
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