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Meaning of “compost” - Learner’s Dictionary

compost

noun [U]     /ˈkɒmpɒst/
a mixture of decayed leaves and plants that is added to the soil to improve its quality: a compost heap Improving fertility and pest control
Translations of “compost”
in Arabic سِماد…
in Korean 퇴비…
in Malaysian membajai…
in French compost…
in Turkish yaprak ve bitkilerden oluşan doğal gübre…
in Italian compost, miscela ferilizzante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 混合肥料, 堆肥…
in Russian компост…
in Polish kompost…
in Vietnamese phân xanh…
in Spanish compost, abono orgánico…
in Portuguese adubo…
in Thai พืชที่หมักไว้เป็นปุ๋ย…
in German der Kompost…
in Catalan compost…
in Japanese 腐葉土…
in Indonesian pupuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 混合肥料, 堆肥…
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