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bush

noun
 
 
/bʊʃ/
B2 [C] a short, thick plant with a lot of branches
çalı, çalılık
a rose bush There was someone hiding in the bushes.Types of plantBushes and shrubs
the bush wild parts of Australia or Africa where very few people live
Avustralya'nın ve Afrika'nın çok az yerleşim olan çorak toprakları
Deserts, prairies and wildernesses
Translations of “bush”
in Arabic شُجَيْرة…
in Korean 덤불…
in Malaysian semak, pedalaman…
in French buisson, brousse…
in Italian cespuglio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 灌木, 濃密的頭髮…
in Russian куст…
in Polish krzew, krzak…
in Vietnamese cây bụi, vùng đất bỏ hoang…
in Spanish arbusto, breña…
in Portuguese arbusto, touceira, matagal…
in Thai พุ่มไม้, พื้นที่รกร้าง…
in German der Busch…
in Catalan arbust…
in Japanese 低木の茂み…
in Indonesian semak, padang belantara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 灌木, 浓密的头发…
(Definition of bush from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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