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bush

noun uk   /bʊʃ/ us  

bush noun (PLANT)

B2 [C] a plant with many small branches growing either directly from the ground or from a hard stem, giving the plant a rounded shape: a rose bush [C usually singular] a large amount of hair: The baby was born with a surprising bush of black hair.
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bush noun (AREA OF LAND)

the bush C2 [S] (especially in Australia and Africa) an area of land covered with bushes and trees that has never been used for growing crops and where there are very few people
Translations of “bush”
in Korean 덤불…
in Arabic شُجَيْرة…
in French buisson, brousse…
in Turkish çalı, çalılık…
in Italian cespuglio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 灌木, 濃密的頭髮…
in Russian куст…
in Polish krzew, krzak…
in Spanish arbusto, breña…
in Portuguese arbusto, touceira, matagal…
in German der Busch…
in Catalan arbust…
in Japanese 低木の茂み…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 灌木, 浓密的头发…
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