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Translation of "lawn" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

lawn

noun [C or U]     /lɔːn/ US  /lɑːn/
an area of grass, especially near to a house or in a park, which is cut regularly to keep it short (尤指房屋附近或公園的)草地,草坪 Will you mow the lawn at the weekend? 週末你修剪一下草坪好嗎? Parts of gardens
Translations of “lawn”
in Arabic مَرْجة…
in Korean 잔디…
in Malaysian halaman rumput…
in French pelouse…
in Turkish çim, çim alan, çimenlik…
in Italian prato, tappeto erboso…
in Russian лужайка, газон…
in Polish trawnik…
in Vietnamese bãi cỏ…
in Spanish césped…
in Portuguese gramado…
in Thai สนามหญ้า…
in German der Rasen…
in Catalan gespa…
in Japanese 芝生…
in Indonesian lapangan rumput…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指房屋附近或公园的)草地,草坪…
(Definition of lawn from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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