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algae

noun, singular or plural /ˈӕldʒiː, alɡiː/
(biology) a group of simple plants which includes seaweed
Alga
Algae grows better in stagnant than in fast moving water.
Translations of “algae”
in French algues…
in German die Algen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水藻, 藻類…
in Russian водоросли…
in Turkish su yosunu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水藻, 藻类…
in Polish glon, glony…
(Definition of algae from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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