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N-COUNT 花朵;鲜花 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.
Each individual flower is tiny.
...large, purplish-blue flowers.
N-COUNT (已摘的)带梗的花 A flower is a stem of a plant that has one or more flowers on it and has been picked, usually with others, for example to give as a present or to put in a vase.
...a bunch of flowers sent by a new admirer.
N-COUNT 花卉;开花植物 Flowers are small plants that are grown for their flowers as opposed to trees, shrubs, and vegetables.
...a lawned area surrounded by plants and flowers...
The flower garden will be ablaze with colour every day.
VERB 开花;盛开 When a plant or tree flowers, its flowers appear and open.
Several of these rhododendrons will flower this year for the first time.
VERB 繁荣;成熟;发展 When something flowers, for example a political movement or a relationship, it gets stronger and more successful.
Their relationship flowered.
N-SING 精华;精英;最好的部分 A person or thing that is described as the flower of something is the best part or example of it.
Those killed have been described as the flower of Polish manhood.
PHRASE 开花;花朵绽放 When a plant is in flower or when it has come into flower, its flowers have appeared and opened.
Some of the daffodils are still in flower...
As one plant fades, another comes into flower.