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peat

noun /piːt/
a soft black or brown substance consisting of decaying plants which is found under the surface of the ground in damp regions. It is dried and used for fuel and as a fertilizer
Turba
(also adjective) a peat bog.
peaty adjective
Turboso
These plants thrive in peaty soils.
Translations of “peat”
in Chinese (Traditional) 泥炭,泥煤…
in Russian торф…
in Turkish bitki gübresi, turba…
in Chinese (Simplified) 泥炭,泥煤…
in Polish torf…
(Definition of peat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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