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"rose" in British English

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roseverb

uk   /rəʊz/ us   /roʊz/
past simple of rise

rosenoun

uk   /rəʊz/ us   /roʊz/

roseadjective

uk   /rəʊz/ us   /roʊz/

rosénoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈrəʊ.zeɪ/ us   /roʊˈzeɪ/
a pink wine
(Definition of rose from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"rose" in American English

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rose

us   /roʊz/
  • rose (RISE)

past simple of rise

rosenoun [C]

us   /roʊz/
  • rose noun [C] (PLANT)

a plant with pleasant-smelling flowers and thorns (= sharp points) on its stems, or a flower from this plant: a bunch of roses I am planting roses this year.

roseadjective, noun [U]

us   /roʊz/
  • rose adjective, noun [U] (COLOR)

(of) a light red-purple color: a rose dress [U] painted in rose
(Definition of rose from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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