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seed

noun
 
 
/siːd/
B2 [C, U] a small round or oval object produced by a plant that a new plant can grow from: Sow the seeds (= plant them) near the surface.Fruits and seeds and their partsFarming - general wordsGardening - general words
(the) seeds of sth the beginning of something: the seeds of hope/change →  See also sesame seed Beginnings and starts
(Definition of seed noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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