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seed

noun  /sid/ us  

seed noun (PLANT)

biology [C/U] a small, usually hard part of a plant from which a new plant can grow

seed noun (BEGINNING)

[C usually pl] the beginning or cause of something: A good defense lawyer knows how to plant these little seeds of doubt in the minds of jurors.

seed noun (SPORTS)

[C] any of the players or teams ranked among the best in a particular competition

seed

verb [T]  /sid/ us  

seed verb [T] (PLANT)

to plant seeds in the ground: We seeded the lawn with a different grass this year.
Traducciones de “seed”
en coreano 씨앗…
en árabe بِذْرة…
en francés graine, germe, tête de série…
en turco tohum, çekirdek…
en italiano seme…
en chino (tradicionál) 植物, 種子, 根源…
en ruso семечко…
en polaco nasienie, ziarno…
en español semilla, pizca, punta…
en portugués semente…
en alemán der Samen, der Keim, gesetzt…
en catalán llavor…
en japonés 種, 種子…
en chino (simplificado) 植物, 种子, 根源…
(Definition of seed from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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