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plant

noun [C]
 
 
/plɑːnt/
LIVING THING A1 a living thing that grows in the soil or water and has leaves and roots, especially one that is smaller than a tree
растение
Have you watered the plants? tomato plantsTypes of plantGardening - general words
FACTORY a large factory where an industrial process happens
завод
a nuclear power plant →  See also potted plant Factories
Translations of “plant”
in Korean 식물…
in Arabic نَبات…
in French plante, installation, équipement…
in Italian pianta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 建築物/機器, 機器,設備, 工廠…
in Turkish bitki, fabrika, atelye…
in Polish roślina, zakład…
in Spanish planta, equipo, maquinaria…
in Portuguese planta…
in German die Pflanze, die Anlage…
in Catalan planta…
in Japanese 植物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 建筑物/机器, 机器,设备, 工厂…
(Definition of plant noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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