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four-leaf clover

noun [C]  /ˈfɔrˌlif ˈkloʊ·vər, foʊr/ us  
a clover plant that has four leaves, instead of the usual three, and that some people think brings good luck
Translations of “four-leaf clover”
in Chinese (Traditional) 四葉苜蓿,四葉草(據信能給發現者帶來好運)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 四叶苜蓿,四叶草(据信能给发现者带来好运)…
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