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rhododendron

noun [C] uk   /ˌrəʊ.dəˈden.drən/ us    /ˌroʊ-/
a large evergreen bush (= one that never loses its leaves) with large, usually bright pink, purple, or white flowers: a rhododendron bush
Translations of “rhododendron”
in Spanish rododendro…
in Korean 진달래속 식물…
in Arabic نَبات الرودودندرون…
in Portuguese rododendro…
in French rhododendron…
in German der Rhododendron…
in Catalan rododendre…
in Japanese シャクナゲ…
in Italian rododendro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 杜鵑花屬植物, 杜鵑…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杜鹃花属植物, 杜鹃…
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