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clump

noun [C]  us   /klʌmp/

clump noun [C] (GROUP)

a group, esp. of plants: Small clumps of hardy grass had sprung up between the rocks.

clump

verb  us   /klʌmp/

clump verb (WALK)

[I always + adv/prep] to walk in a noisy way with heavy steps: He clumped up the steps.

clump verb (GROUP)

[I/T] to gather in a group, or to cause this to happen: [T] In our office, the desks are clumped together with partitions around them.
Traducciones de “clump”
in Vietnamese bụi cây…
en español grupo…
in Thai กลุ่มก้อน…
in Malaysian rumpun…
en francés bouquet, massif…
en alemán die (Baum-) Gruppe…
en chino (tradicionál) 群, (尤指樹木或花)叢,簇,群…
in Indonesian rumpun…
en ruso пучок, куст…
en turco ağaç/bitki kümesi, topluluğu…
en chino (simplificado) 群, (尤指树木或花)丛,簇,群…
en polaco kępa…
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