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reedy

adjective uk   /ˈriː.di/ us  

reedy adjective (PLANTS)

A reedy place has many reeds (= tall plants like grass): the reedy river banks

reedy adjective (SOUND)

disapproving A reedy sound, especially a voice, is thin and high and not pleasant to listen to.
Translations of “reedy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 蘆葦叢生的, 長滿蘆葦的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 芦苇丛生的, 长满芦苇的…
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