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daisy

noun   /ˈdeɪ·zi/ ( plural daisies)
a small flower with white petals and a yellow centre margarita
(Definition of daisy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

daisy

noun /ˈdeizi/ ( plural daisies)
a type of small common flower with a yellow centre/center and usually white petals margarita The field was full of daisies.
(Definition of daisy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “daisy”
in Korean 데이지 꽃…
in Arabic أقحوان…
in Malaysian bunga daisi…
in French marguerite…
in Russian маргаритка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雛菊…
in Italian margherita…
in Turkish papatya…
in Polish stokrotka…
in Vietnamese hoa cúc dại…
in Portuguese margarida…
in Thai ดอกเดซี่…
in German das Gänseblümchen…
in Catalan margarida…
in Japanese ヒナギク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雏菊…
in Indonesian bunga desi…
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