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Meaning of “clump” - Learner’s Dictionary

clump

noun [C]
 
 
/klʌmp/
a group of plants growing closely together: a clump of grassGroups and collections of thingsVariety and mixturesMasses and large amounts of things
Translations of “clump”
in Vietnamese bụi cây…
in Spanish grupo…
in Thai กลุ่มก้อน…
in Malaysian rumpun…
in French bouquet, massif…
in German die (Baum-) Gruppe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 群, (尤指樹木或花)叢,簇,群…
in Indonesian rumpun…
in Russian пучок, куст…
in Turkish ağaç/bitki kümesi, topluluğu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 群, (尤指树木或花)丛,簇,群…
in Polish kępa…
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