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seed

verb (PLANT)
植物
 
 
/siːd/
[I or T] to produce seeds
结(籽)
The plants have seeded themselves (= their seeds have fallen) into the cracks between the paving stones.
植物的种子在铺路石的缝隙中落地生根。
Farming - general wordsGardening - general words
[T] ( also deseed) to remove the seeds from a fruit or vegetable
除去…的种子
Wash, seed and cut the pepper into small pieces.
将辣椒洗洗,去籽,切成小片。
Removing the skin or seed from fruit and vegetables
Translations of “seed”
in Spanish preseleccionar…
in French classer…
in German verteilen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 結(籽), 除去…的種子…
in Russian сеять…
in Turkish tohum ekmek, ekim yapmak…
in Polish siać, obsiewać…
(Definition of seed verb (PLANT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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