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plant

verb
to make (a garden etc ); to cause (a garden etc ) to have (plants etc) growing in it
plantar
The garden was planted with shrubs We’re going to plant an orchard.
to place heavily or firmly
plantarse
He planted himself between her and the door.
to put in someone’s possession, especially as false evidence
meter algo a alguien para comprometerlo
He claimed that the police had planted the weapon on his brother.
(Definition of plant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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