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bush

noun (PLANT)
植物
 
 
/bʊʃ/
[C] a plant with many small branches growing either directly from the ground or from a hard woody stem, giving the plant a rounded shape
灌木
a rose bush
玫瑰叢
Bushes and shrubs
[C usually singular] a large amount of hair
濃密的頭髮
The baby was born with a surprising bush of black hair.
令人吃驚的是,這個嬰兒生下來就長著濃密的黑髮。
Hair
(Definition of bush noun (PLANT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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