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meadownoun [C]

us   /ˈmed·oʊ/
an area of land with grass and other wild plants in it: We walked through fields and meadows.
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meadownoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈmed.əʊ/ us   /ˈmed.oʊ/
a field with grass and often wild flowers in it: There was a path through the meadow to the village.
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Translations of “meadow”
in Korean 초원…
in Arabic مَرج…
in Malaysian padang rumput…
in French pré…
in Russian луг…
in Chinese (Traditional) (常指有野花的)草地,牧場…
in Italian prato…
in Turkish çayır, otlak, mera…
in Polish łąka…
in Spanish pradera, prado…
in Vietnamese đồng cỏ…
in Portuguese prado…
in Thai ทุ่งหญ้า…
in German die Wiese…
in Catalan prat…
in Japanese 牧草地…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常指有野花的)草地,牧场…
in Indonesian padang rumput…
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