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houseplant

noun [C] uk   /ˈhaʊs.plɑːnt/  us   /-plænt/ (UK also pot plant)
a plant that is grown in a container inside a house
Translations of “houseplant”
in Korean 분재 화초…
in Arabic وِعاء النبات…
in Portuguese planta para interior…
in Catalan planta d’interior…
in Japanese 室内用の鉢植え植物…
in Italian pianta ornamentale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 室內盆栽植物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 室内盆栽植物…
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