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stem

noun /stem/
the part of a plant that grows upward from the root, or the part from which a leaf, flower or fruit grows; a stalk
tallo
Poppies have long, hairy, twisting stems.
the narrow part of various objects, eg of a wine-glass between the bowl and the base the stem of a wine-glass / of a tobacco-pipe. the upright piece of wood or metal at the bow of a ship
proa a popa
As the ship struck the rock, she shook from stem to stern.
-stemmed suffix
una planta de tallo grueso
a thick-stemmed plant He smoked a short-stemmed pipe.
Traducciones de “stem”
en coreano 줄기, 대…
en árabe ساق النَّبات…
en francés tige, pied, étrave…
en italiano stelo, gambo…
en chino (tradicionál) 中心部分, 主幹, (植物的)幹,莖,梗,柄…
en ruso стебель…
en turco sap…
en polaco łodyga, pień…
en portugués talo…
en alemán der Stiel, der Steven…
en catalán tija…
en japonés (花の)茎…
en chino (simplificado) 中心部分, 主干, (植物的)干,茎,梗,柄…
(Definition of stem from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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