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plant

noun /plaːnt/
anything growing from the ground, having a stem, a root and leaves
planta
flowering/tropical plants.
industrial machinery
equipo, maquinaria
an engineering plant.
a factory.
planta, fábrica
plantation /plӕn-/ noun a place that has been planted with trees.
plantación
a piece of land or estate for growing certain crops, especially cotton, sugar, rubber, tea and tobacco
plantación
He owned a rubber plantation in Malaysia.
planter noun the owner of a plantation for growing tea, rubber etc
hacendado
a tea-planter.
Translations of “plant”
in Korean 식물…
in Arabic نَبات…
in French plante, installation, équipement…
in Italian pianta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 建築物/機器, 機器,設備, 工廠…
in Russian растение, завод…
in Turkish bitki, fabrika, atelye…
in Polish roślina, zakład…
in Portuguese planta…
in German die Pflanze, die Anlage…
in Catalan planta…
in Japanese 植物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 建筑物/机器, 机器,设备, 工厂…
(Definition of plant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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