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Translation of "grass" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

grass

noun (PLANT) 植物     /ɡrɑːs/ US  /ɡræs/
[C or U] a low green plant which grows naturally over a lot of the Earth's surface, having groups of very thin leaves which grow in large numbers very close together 草,青草 a blade of grass 一片草叶 cut the grass 割草 a vase of dried flowers and grasses (= different types of grass) 插着干花草的花瓶 Common plants [U] slang →  cannabis 大麻,大麻制品 Specific types of drugDrugs - general wordsSpecific medicines and drugs
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…
(Definition of grass noun (PLANT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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