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Translation of "flower" - English-Spanish dictionary

flower

noun   /flaʊər/
A1 the attractive coloured part of a plant where the seeds grow flor a bunch of flowers
(Definition of flower from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

flower

noun /ˈflauə/
the part of a plant or tree from which fruit or seed grows, often brightly coloured and sometimes including the stem on which it grows flor a bunch of flowers.
flowered adjective
having a pattern of flowers floreado, florido flowered material.
flowery adjective
having, or decorated with, flowers floreado, con flores a flowery hat.
(of language) using ornamental words and phrases; poetic florido a flowery speech.
flower-bed noun
a piece of earth prepared and used for the growing of plants. arriate, macizo de flores
flower-pot noun
a container made of earthenware, plastic etc in which a plant is grown. maceta, tiesto
in flower
(of a plant) having flowers in bloom en flor These trees are in flower in May.
(Definition of flower from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “flower”
in Korean 꽃…
in Arabic زَهْرة…
in Malaysian bunga…
in French fleur…
in Russian цветок, цветущее растение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花, 開花植物…
in Italian fiore…
in Turkish çiçek…
in Polish kwiat…
in Vietnamese hoa…
in Portuguese flor…
in Thai ดอกไม้…
in German die Blume, die Blüte…
in Catalan flor…
in Japanese 花…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花, 开花植物…
in Indonesian bunga…
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