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heathernoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈheð.ər/  us   /ˈheð.ɚ/
a ​low, ​spreadingbush, usually with ​smallpink, ​purple, or ​whiteflowers, that ​growswild, ​especially on ​hills
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Translations of “heather”
in Korean 헤더…
in Arabic نَبات الخَلنج…
in Malaysian heather…
in French bruyère…
in Russian вереск…
in Chinese (Traditional) 石南屬的植物…
in Italian erica…
in Turkish funda, süpürgeotu…
in Polish wrzos…
in Spanish brezo…
in Vietnamese cây thạch thảo…
in Portuguese urze…
in Thai ต้นเฮเธอร์…
in German das Heidekraut…
in Catalan bruc…
in Japanese ヒース, ヘザー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帚石楠…
in Indonesian nama tumbuhan…
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