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plant

noun [C] (LIVING THING) 生物體     /plɑːnt/ US  /plænt/
a living thing which grows in earth, in water or on other plants, and usually has a stem, leaves, roots and flowers and produces seeds 植物 native plants and animals 原產於當地的動植物 garden/greenhouse/indoor plants 花園/溫室/室內植物 a tomato plant 一株番茄 →  See also houseplant Plants and animals - general words
(Definition of plant noun (LIVING THING) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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