Meaning of “grass” in the English Dictionary

"grass" in British English

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grassnoun

uk /ɡrɑːs/ us /ɡræs/

grass noun (PLANT)

A1 [ U or C ] a low, green plant that grows naturally over a lot of the earth's surface, having groups of very thin leaves that grow close together in large numbers:

a blade of grass
cut the grass
a vase of dried flowers and grasses (= different types of grass)

[ U ] slang →  cannabis

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(Definition of “grass” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"grass" in American English

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grassnoun [ C/U ]

us /ɡræs/

a low, green plant with narrow leaves growing naturally over much of the earth’s surface:

[ U ] Are you going to cut the grass?
[ C ] Wildflowers and grasses of the Great Plains thrive without chemicals or fertilizers.
grassy
adjective us /ˈɡræs·i/

a grassy hillside

(Definition of “grass” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)