rosemary Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"rosemary" in British English

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rosemarynoun [U]

uk   /ˈrəʊz.mə.ri/  us   /ˈroʊz.mer.i/
a ​bush whose ​leaves are used to ​addflavour in ​cooking and are used in some perfumes, or the ​leaves themselves
(Definition of rosemary from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"rosemary" in American English

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rosemarynoun [U]

 us   /ˈroʊzˌmeər·i/
an ​herb whose ​leaves are used to ​flavorfoods and to make perfume (= pleasant-smelling ​liquid)
(Definition of rosemary from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “rosemary”
in Arabic إكليل الجَبل, روزماري (مِصر)…
in Korean 로즈마리…
in Portuguese alecrim…
in Catalan romaní…
in Japanese ローズマリー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迷迭香, 迷迭香叶…
in Turkish biberiye…
in Russian розмарин…
in Chinese (Traditional) 迷疊香, 迷疊香葉…
in Italian rosmarino…
in Polish rozmaryn…
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