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Meaning of “algae” - Learner’s Dictionary

algae

noun [U, group]     /ˈældʒiː/
a plant with no stem or leaves that grows in or near waterWater and marsh plants, bushes and trees
Translations of “algae”
in Vietnamese tảo…
in Spanish Alga…
in Thai สาหร่าย…
in Malaysian alga…
in French algues…
in German die Algen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水藻, 藻類…
in Indonesian lumut, ganggang…
in Russian водоросли…
in Turkish su yosunu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水藻, 藻类…
in Polish glon, glony…
(Definition of algae from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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