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Meaning of “plant” - Learner’s Dictionary

plant

noun [C]     /plɑːnt/
LIVING THING
A1 a living thing that grows in the soil or water and has leaves and roots, especially one that is smaller than a tree: Have you watered the plants? tomato plantsTypes of plantGardening - general words
FACTORY
a large factory where an industrial process happens: a nuclear power plant →  See also potted plant Factories
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