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floranoun [U]

uk   /ˈflɔː.rə/  us   /ˈflɔːr.ə/ specialized
environment all the ​plants of a ​particularplace or from a ​particulartime in ​history: the flora of the Balearic Islands Stone Age flora
all the ​bacteria and other ​organisms that ​live inside an ​animal: In the ​normal, ​healthyperson the gut flora is a ​balancedcommunity of different ​organisms.
(Definition of flora from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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floranoun [U]

 us   /ˈflɔr·ə, ˈfloʊr·ə/
biology all the ​plants of a ​particulararea or ​period of ​time
(Definition of flora from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “flora”
in Spanish flora…
in Vietnamese quần thực vật…
in Malaysian flora…
in Thai พืชที่ขึ้นในเฉพาะพื้นที่…
in French flore…
in German die Flora…
in Chinese (Simplified) (某一地点或时期的)植物群…
in Turkish bitki örtüsü, flora…
in Russian флора…
in Indonesian flora…
in Chinese (Traditional) (某一地點或時期的)植物群…
in Polish flora…
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