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Translation of "flower" - English-Turkish dictionary

flower

noun     /flaʊər/
PLANT PART [C]
A1 the attractive, coloured part of a plant where the seeds grow çiçek a bunch of flowers Flowers - general wordsFlowers and flowering plants
TYPE OF PLANT [C]
a type of plant that produces flowers çiçek spring/wild flowersFlowers and flowering plantsFlowers - general wordsGardening - general words
be in flower
When plants are in flower, they have flowers on them. çiçekli, çiçeği olmak Flowers - general wordsFlowers and flowering plantsGardening - general words
the flower of sth literary
the best part of something en iyi/güzel kısmı the flower of our nation's youthGood and excellent things
Translations of “flower”
in Arabic زَهْرة…
in Korean 꽃…
in Malaysian bunga…
in French fleur…
in Italian fiore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花, 開花植物…
in Russian цветок, цветущее растение…
in Polish kwiat…
in Vietnamese hoa…
in Spanish flor…
in Portuguese flor…
in Thai ดอกไม้…
in German die Blume, die Blüte…
in Catalan flor…
in Japanese 花…
in Indonesian bunga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花, 开花植物…
(Definition of flower noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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