plant noun (LIVING THING)
a tomato plant 一株番茄
- This plant grows quickly and provides excellent ground cover.
- Emily scraped away the dead leaves to reveal the tiny shoot of a new plant.
- Bees pollinate the plants by carrying the pollen from one flower to another.
- Water the plants twice a week, preferably in the morning.
- The courtyard was full of exotic plants in terracotta pots.
plant noun (BUILDING/MACHINES)
plant verb (LIVING THING)
- She planted some roses and other flowering shrubs.
- Some fields are planted with crops for several years, and then returned to pasture for the cattle.
- Rake over the soil before planting the seeds.
- Before deciding what to plant, think about how much sun comes into that area of the garden.
- I think I'll try planting some vegetables this year.
plant verb (PUT)
plant verb (PUT SECRETLY)