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bud

noun [C]
 
 
/bʌd/
a part of a plant that develops into a leaf or a flower: In spring the trees are covered in buds.Parts of plantsNew growth in plants
→  See also taste buds , nip sth in the bud
Translations of “bud”
in Arabic بُرْعُم…
in Korean 봉오리…
in Malaysian kudup…
in French bourgeon…
in Turkish tomurcuk, gonca…
in Italian bocciolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物的部分, 芽,花蕾…
in Russian почка, бутон…
in Polish pączek…
in Vietnamese nụ, chồi…
in Spanish brote…
in Portuguese gema (em ramos, caules), botão (flor)…
in Thai ต้นอ่อน…
in German die Knospe…
in Catalan brot, poncella…
in Japanese 芽, つぼみ…
in Indonesian tunas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物的部分, 芽,花蕾…
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