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tulip

noun [C] uk   /ˈtjuː.lɪp/  us   /ˈtuː-/
a plant with a large, brightly coloured, bell-shaped flower on a stem that grows from a bulb, or the flower itself
Translations of “tulip”
in Arabic زُهور التيوليب…
in Korean 튤립…
in Malaysian tulip…
in French tulipe…
in Turkish lâle…
in Italian tulipano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鬱金香, 鬱金香花…
in Russian тюльпан…
in Polish tulipan…
in Vietnamese hoa tuy líp…
in Spanish tulipán…
in Portuguese tulipa…
in Thai ไม้ดอกทิวลิป…
in German die Tulpe…
in Catalan tulipa…
in Japanese チューリップ…
in Indonesian tulip…
in Chinese (Simplified) 郁金香, 郁金香花…
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