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N-COUNT 植物 A plant is a living thing that grows in the earth and has a stem, leaves, and roots.
Water each plant as often as required.
VERB 播（种）；种植；栽种 When you plant a seed, plant, or young tree, you put it into the ground so that it will grow there.
He says he plans to plant fruit trees and vegetables.
VERB 在…种上植物（或农作物） When someone plants land with a particular type of plant or crop, they put plants, seeds, or young trees into the land to grow them there.
They plan to plant the area with grass and trees...
Recently much of their energy has gone into planting a large vegetable garden.
N-COUNT 工厂；发电厂 A plant is a factory or a place where power is produced.
...Ford's British car assembly plants...
The plant provides forty per cent of the country's electricity.
N-UNCOUNT 成套机械；成套设备；成套装置 Plant is large machinery that is used in industrial processes.
...investment in plant and equipment.
VERB 安放；放置；使固定 If you plant something somewhere, you put it there firmly.
She planted her feet wide and bent her knees slightly.
...with his enormous feet planted heavily apart.
VERB 藏放；埋设 To plant something such as a bomb means to hide it somewhere so that it explodes or works there.
So far no one has admitted planting the bomb.
VERB 把（武器、毒品等）栽赃（于某人） If something such as a weapon or drugs is planted on someone, it is put among their possessions or in their house so that they will be wrongly accused of a crime.
He claimed that the drugs had been planted to incriminate him.
VERB 派遣；安插 If an organization plants someone somewhere, they send that person there so that they can get information or watch someone secretly.
Journalists informed police who planted an undercover detective to trap Smith.
VERB 给，对着（某人一吻） If you plant a kiss on someone, you give them a kiss.
She planted a kiss on each of his leathery cheeks.
VERB 灌输（思想） If you plant an idea in someone's mind, they begin to accept the idea without realizing that it has originally come from you and not from them.
He hoped that he could plant the idea in such a way that Abramov would believe it was his own.