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planter

noun [C]  us   /ˈplæn·tər/

planter noun [C] (LIVING THING)

a large container in which esp. decorative plants are grown: The sidewalk is lined with planters overflowing with flowers. A planter is also someone who owns a plantation (= large farm in a hot part of the world).
Translations of “planter”
in Chinese (Traditional) (熱帶的)種植者,栽培者, 種植園主, 花盆…
in Chinese (Simplified) (热带的)种植者,栽培者, 种植园主, 花盆…
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