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carnation

noun /(British ) kaːˈneiʃən; (American) kaːrˈneiʃən/
a flower with a sweet smell that is often worn by men on their jackets at formal occasions such as weddings
Clavel
All the men wore carnations in their buttonholes.
Translations of “carnation”
in Korean 카네이션…
in Arabic قُرنفِل…
in Portuguese cravo…
in Catalan clavell…
in Japanese カーネーション…
in Italian garofano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 香石竹,康乃馨…
in Russian гвоздика…
in Turkish karanfil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 香石竹,康乃馨…
in Polish goździk…
(Definition of carnation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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