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Translation of "plant" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
(Definition of plant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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