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Dictionary French English: [plante]

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French English
écol. géogr. désertique {adj} [climat, plante]desert [attr.]
mural {adj} [plante]climbing
biol. parasite {adj} [plante, organisme]parasitic
biol. parasite {adj} [plante, organisme]parasitical
rachitique {adj} [animal, plante] [fig.]scrawny
rachitique {adj} [animal, plante] [fig.]undersized
bot. résistant {adj} [plante]hardy
bot. vivace {adj} [arbre, plante]perennial
Verbs
agr. bot. hort. chausser qc. [plante]to earth sth. up
dépérir [plante]to wilt
bot. déraciner qc. [arbre, plante]to uproot sth.
bot. déraciner qc. [arbre, plante]to pull sth. up by the roots
hort. entretenir qc. [plante]to nurture sth.
agr. sylv. extirper qc. [plante]to pull sth. up [a plant]
bot. geler [plante]to be frosted
bot. languir [plante]to wilt
hort. languir [plante]to wither
biol. bot. zool. parasiter qc. [plante, animal]to live as a parasite on sth.
bot. percer [plante]to come up
bot. horl. poindre [plante]to come up
bot. horl. poindre [plante]to poke up
bot. pousser [plante]to sprout
bot. pousser [plante]to come through
reproduire qc. [animal, plante, espèce]to breed sth.
rétrécir [plante]to shrivel
hort. tailler qc. [arbre, plante]to trim sth. [tree, plant]
Nouns
arrosage {m} [de plante, champ]watering
bot. coulant {m} [plante]runner
bot. dent. monnaie couronne {f} [numismatique, dentisterie, cimier, d'une plante]crown [currency, dentistry, top of tree, plant between root and stem]
entretien {m} [de vêtement, plante, peau]care
météo. givre {m} [sur sol, plante]frost
bot. cuis. T
biol. bot. méd. stérilité {f} [de personne, plante, d'animal]sterility
bot. stigmate {m} [d'une plante]stigma
bot. végétal {m} [plante]vegetable [plant]
bot. vigueur {f} [de plante, forêt]sturdiness
2 Words: Others
bot. à tige {adj} [plante]stemmed [attr.]
2 Words: Verbs
hort. faire pousser qc. [plante, arbre]to grow sth.
hort. se flétrir [plante]to wither
bot. zool. se nourrir [animal, plante]to feed
3 Words: Others
bot. à courte tige {adj} [plante]short-stemmed
bot. à longue tige {adj} [plante]long-stemmed
5+ Words: Verbs
bot. prendre un coup de chaud [plante, fleur]to wilt (in the sun)
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