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fernnoun [C]

uk   /fɜːn/  us   /fɝːn/
a green plant with long stems, leaves like feathers, and no flowers
Translations of “fern”
in Arabic سَرْخَس…
in Korean 양치식물…
in Malaysian paku-pakis…
in French fougère…
in Turkish eğreltiotu…
in Italian felce…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蕨, 蕨類植物…
in Russian папоротник…
in Polish paproć…
in Vietnamese cây dương xỉ…
in Spanish helecho…
in Portuguese samambaia…
in Thai ต้นเฟิร์น…
in German der Farn…
in Catalan falguera…
in Japanese シダ…
in Indonesian pakis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蕨, 蕨类植物…
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