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greenhouse

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɡriːn.haʊs/
a building with a roof and sides made of glass, used for growing plants that need warmth and protection
温室;暖房
Gladys grows a lot of tomatoes in her greenhouse.
格拉迪丝在她的温室里种了好多西红柿。
Garden buildings and structures
Translations of “greenhouse”
in Korean 온실…
in Arabic بَيْت زُجاجي (صوبة لِلزَرْع)…
in Portuguese estufa…
in Catalan hivernacle…
in Japanese 温室…
in Italian serra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 溫室, 暖房…
in Russian теплица, оранжерея…
in Turkish sera…
in Polish szklarnia…
(Definition of greenhouse from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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