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bed sth out

phrasal verb with bed /bed/ verb [T] (-dd-) old-fashioned
to move young or delicate plants from inside and plant them outside
移苗,移栽
May is the time to bed out the geraniums.
5月份正是移栽天竺葵的时候。
Gardening - general words
Translations of “bed sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 移苗,移栽…
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