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magnolia

noun uk   /mæɡˈnəʊ.li.ə/  us   /-ˈnoʊ-/

magnolia noun (TREE)

[C] a type of tree with large, usually white or pink flowers

magnolia noun (COLOUR)

[U] UK a pale cream colour

magnolia

adjective uk   /mæɡˈnəʊ.li.ə/  us   /-ˈnoʊ-/
UK of a pale cream colour
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