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Translation of "grass" - English-Spanish dictionary

grass

noun /ɡraːs/
the green plant which covers fields, garden lawns etc.
hierba
Have you cut the grass yet? Keep off the grass.
any species of grass, including also corn and bamboo
hierba
(slang) marijuana.
hierba, maría (marihuana)
grassy adjective ( comparative grassier, superlative grassiest)
cubierto de hierba
a grassy bank/slope.
grasshopper noun a type of insect which jumps and which makes a noise by rubbing its wings.
saltamontes
grassland noun land covered with grass, used as pasture for animals.
pradera, dehesa, pasto
Translations of “grass”
in Arabic عُشْب…
in Korean 풀, 잔디…
in Malaysian lalang, ganja…
in French herbe, graminée, marijuana…
in Turkish çimen, yeşillik, ot…
in Italian erba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 草,青草, 大麻,大麻製品…
in Russian трава…
in Polish trawa…
in Vietnamese cỏ, loại thân thảo, cần sa…
in Portuguese grama…
in Thai หญ้า, กัญชา…
in German das Gras, Gräser (pl.)…
in Catalan herba…
in Japanese 草, 芝生…
in Indonesian rumput, rumput-rumputan, mariyuana…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 草,青草, 大麻,大麻制品…
(Definition of grass from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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