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Meaning of “violet” - Learner’s Dictionary

violet

noun
 
 
/ˈvaɪələt/
FLOWER [C] a small plant with a small, purple flowerFlowers and flowering plantsFlowers - general words
COLOUR [U] a pale purple colourLess common coloursCommon colours
Translations of “violet”
in Arabic بَنَفسِج…
in Korean 제비꽃…
in Malaysian bunga violet, warna ungu…
in French violette, violet…
in Turkish menekşe, menekşe rengi…
in Italian viola, violetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 堇菜, 紫羅蘭…
in Russian фиалка, лиловый…
in Polish fiołek, fiolet…
in Vietnamese cây hoa tím, màu tím…
in Spanish violeta…
in Portuguese violeta…
in Thai ต้นไวโอเล็ต, สีม่วง…
in German das Veilchen, das Violett…
in Catalan violeta…
in Japanese スミレ…
in Indonesian bunga violet, warna ungu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 堇菜, 紫罗兰…
(Definition of violet from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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