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grass

noun [C/U]  us   /ɡræs/
a low, green plant with narrow leaves growing naturally over much of the earth’s surface: [U] Are you going to cut the grass? [C] Wildflowers and grasses of the Great Plains thrive without chemicals or fertilizers.
grassy
adjective  us   /ˈɡræs·i/
a grassy hillside
Translations of “grass”
in Arabic عُشْب…
in Korean 풀, 잔디…
in Malaysian lalang, ganja…
in French herbe, graminée, marijuana…
in Turkish çimen, yeşillik, ot…
in Italian erba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 草,青草, 大麻,大麻製品…
in Russian трава…
in Polish trawa…
in Vietnamese cỏ, loại thân thảo, cần sa…
in Spanish hierba, maría (marihuana)…
in Portuguese grama…
in Thai หญ้า, กัญชา…
in German das Gras, Gräser (pl.)…
in Catalan herba…
in Japanese 草, 芝生…
in Indonesian rumput, rumput-rumputan, mariyuana…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 草,青草, 大麻,大麻制品…
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