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pollen

noun /ˈpolən/
the powder inside a flower which fertilizes other flowers
polen
Bees carry pollen from flower to flower.
pollinate /ˈpoləneit/ verb to make (a plant) fertile by carrying pollen to it from another flower
polinizar
Insects pollinate the flowers.
pollination noun
polinización
wind pollination.
Translations of “pollen”
in Arabic غُبار الطَّلَع…
in Korean 꽃가루, 화분…
in Malaysian debunga…
in French pollen…
in Turkish polen, çiçek tozu…
in Italian polline…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花粉…
in Russian цветочная пыльца…
in Polish pyłek (kwiatowy)…
in Vietnamese phấn hoa…
in Portuguese pólen…
in Thai ละอองเกสรดอกไม้…
in German der Pollen…
in Catalan pol·len…
in Japanese 花粉…
in Indonesian tepung sari…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花粉…
(Definition of pollen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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