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ivy

noun [C or U]     /ˈaɪ.vi/
an evergreen (= never losing its leaves) plant which often grows up trees or buildings 常春藤 Ivy covered the broken walls. 斷牆上爬滿了常春藤。 Variegated ivies (= types of ivy) are a popular choice for covering fences. 各種各樣的常春藤常用來覆蓋柵欄。 Climbing plants
Translations of “ivy”
in Arabic لِبْلاب…
in Korean 아이비, 담쟁이 덩굴…
in Malaysian pokok ivy…
in French lierre…
in Turkish sarmaşık…
in Italian edera…
in Russian плющ…
in Polish bluszcz…
in Vietnamese cây thường xuân…
in Spanish hiedra…
in Portuguese hera…
in Thai ไม้เลื้อยจำพวกหนึ่ง…
in German der Efeu…
in Catalan heura…
in Japanese ツタ…
in Indonesian tanaman merambat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 常春藤…
(Definition of ivy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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