flower

ˈflauə

Перевод:

Noun: цветок цвет цветение расцвет
Verb: цвести быть в расцвете

Фразы:

flower show - выставка цветов

flower garden - цветник

flower crop - цветочная культура

cuckoo flower - сердечник луговой

flower cultivation - цветоводство

flower cup - чашечка цветка

flower-cup - чашечка цветка

abnormal flower - аномальный цветок

flower design - рисунок цветами

alum flower - жжёные квасцы в виде порошка

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Примеры:

Flowers fade. - Цветы вянут.

Flowers bloom. - Цветы цветут.

What is this flower called? - Как называется этот цветок?

The plant will flower every other year. - Это растение будет цвести раз в два года.

a flower with a slender stem - цветок с тонким стеблем

He is hoeing the flower beds - Он пропалывает цветники / клумбы с цветами.

She flowered into young womanhood. - Она превратилась в прелестную молодую женщину.

This tree flowers in early spring. - Это дерево цветёт ранней весной.

This flower is known as a Peruvian Lily - Этот цветок известен, как перуанская лилия.

The flower has seven petals. - У этого цветка семь лепестков.

We planted flowers in the garden. - Мы посадили в саду цветы.

The flower ripens, fades and falls. - Цветок распускается, увядает и опадает.

A butterfly flits from flower to flower. - Бабочка порхает с цветка на цветок.

They were in the flower of youth and beauty. - Они были в расцвете молодости и красоты.

She enlarged the flower beds. - Она расширила цветочные клумбы.

This flower perfumes the air. - Этот цветок наполняет воздух благоуханием.

He sent her a bouquet of flowers. - Он отправил ей букет цветов.

Her skin had the delicacy of a flower. - Её кожа была нежна, как цветок.

The flower will revive in water. - В воде цветок снова оживёт.

The flower opens facing skyward. - Этот цветок распускается "лицом" к небу.

a flower with a lovely fragrance - цветок с чудесным ароматом

The flower has a wonderful scent. - У этого цветка чудесный аромат.

A flower developed on the branch. - На ветке распустился цветок.

A butterfly landed on the flower. - На цветок села бабочка.

She bent down and picked a flower. - Она наклонилась и сорвала цветок.

The flower represents a young girl. - Этот цветок олицетворяет собой молодую девушку.

I spade compost into the flower beds - Я вкапываю в цветочные клумбы компост.

He wore a single flower in his lapel. - Он носил один цветок в петлице.

the rich fragrance of a garden flower - насыщенный аромат цветочного сада

His genius flowered at the university. - В университете его недюжинный талант проявился в полной мере.

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Связанные термины:

in flower: When a plant is in flower or when it has come into flower, its flowers have appeared and opened.

ball-flower: a decoration in a molding that looks like a ball held in the petals of a flower

disk flower: any of the tubular flowers that make up the central disk of the flower head of a composite plant

flower bud: a bud from which only flowers develop

flower bug: any of a number of bugs of the family Cimicidae, related to the debris bugs but frequenting flowers and feeding on the small insects found there

flower girl: a girl or woman who sells flowers in the street

flower head: an inflorescence in which stalkless florets are crowded together at the tip of the stem

flower moon: a traditional name for a full moon occurring in May

flower shop: a shop where flowers and pot plants are sold

flower show: a display or exhibition, often competitive, of flowers and plants

ray flower: any of the flowers around the margin of the flower head of certain composite plants, as the daisy or aster

wax flower: See Madagascar jasmine

wild flower: Wild flowers are flowers which grow naturally in the countryside, rather than being grown by people in gardens .

brush flower: a flower or inflorescence with numerous long stamens, usually pollinated by birds or bats

flower child: → hippie

flower garden: a garden which features displays of flowering plants

flower-pecker: any small songbird of the family Dicaeidae, of SE Asia and Australasia, typically feeding on nectar, berries, and insects

flower people: (esp during the 1960s) young people whose behaviour, dress, use of drugs, etc implied a rejection of conventional values, and who used flowers to symbolize peace and naturalness

flower power: Flower power is an old-fashioned way of referring to hippies and the culture associated with hippies in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

flower seller: a person who sells flowers for a living, usually from a stall in the street

monkey flower: any of various scrophulariaceous plants of the genus Mimulus, cultivated for their yellow or red flowers

pasch flower: → pasqueflower

spider flower: → cleome

cardinal flower: a campanulaceous plant, Lobelia cardinalis of E North America, that has brilliant scarlet, pink, or white flowers

carrion flower: a liliaceous climbing plant, Smilax herbacea of E North America, whose small green flowers smell like decaying flesh

compound flower: a flower head made up of many small flowers appearing as a single bloom, as in the daisy

flannel flower: any Australian plant of the umbelliferous genus Actinotus having white flannel-like bracts beneath the flowers

flower children: (esp during the 1960s) young people whose behaviour, dress, use of drugs, etc implied a rejection of conventional values, and who used flowers to symbolize peace and naturalness

moccasin flower: any of several North American orchids of the genus Cypripedium, with a pink solitary flower

paradise flower: a prickly vine, Solanum wendlandii, of the nightshade family, native to Costa Rica, having branched clusters of showy lilac-blue flowers

paschal flower: a purple-flowered herbaceous ranunculaceous plant, Anemone pulsatilla (or Pulsatilla vulgaris ), of N and Central Europe and W Asia

pinkster flower: → pinxter flower

pinxter flower: a variety of azalea ( Rhododendron nudiflorum ) with pink, sweet-smelling flowers, purplish-red at the base

scented flower: A flower is the part of a plant which is often brightly coloured, grows at the end of a stem, and only survives for a short time.

treasure flower: any plant of the S African genus Gazania, grown for their rayed flowers in variegated colours; the flowers close in the afternoon : family Asteraceae

trumpet flower: any of various plants having trumpet-shaped flowers

beautiful flower: A flower is the part of a plant which is often brightly coloured, grows at the end of a stem, and only survives for a short time.

cartwheel flower: an umbelliferous garden escape, Heracleum mantegazzianum, a tall species of cow parsley that grows up to 3 1 ⁄ 2 metres (10 ft) and whose irritant hairs and sap can cause a severe reaction if handled

everlasting flower: any of various plants, mostly of the family Asteraceae ( composites ), that retain their colour when dried, esp Xeranthemum annuum

flower arrangement: a decoration made using cut flowers

flower arranging: Flower arranging is the art or hobby of arranging cut flowers in a way which makes them look attractive.

flower-de-luce: the coloured muscular diaphragm that surrounds and controls the size of the pupil

imperfect flower: a unisexual flower with only stamens or only pistils

Bach flower remedy: an alternative medicine consisting of a distillation from various flowers, designed to counteract negative states of mind and restore emotional balance

flowerbed: A flowerbed is an area of ground in a garden or park which has been specially prepared so that flowers can be grown in it.

flowerpot: A flowerpot is a container that is used for growing plants.

flower-of-an-hour: a malvaceous Old World herbaceous plant, Hibiscus trionum, having pale yellow flowers with a bladder-like calyx

orange flower water: a distilled infusion of orange blossom, used in cakes, confectionery, etc

Venus's flower basket: any of several deep-sea sponges of the genus Euplectella, esp E. aspergillum, having a skeleton composed of interwoven glassy six-rayed spicules

disc floret: any of the small tubular flowers at the centre of the flower head of certain composite plants, such as the daisy

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Однокоренные слова:

flowered - украшенный цветочным узором
flowering - цветение, расцвет, цветущий, в цвету
flowery - цветистый, витиеватый, изобилующий цветами, убранный цветами
enflower - покрывать цветами
flowerage - цветение, цветы, цветочные украшения
flowerer - цветущее растение
flowerful - изобилующий цветами, полный цветов
flowerless - не имеющий цветов, бесцветковый, отцветший

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