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daisy US English

A small grassland plant that has flowers with a yellow disk and white rays. It has given rise to many ornamental garden varieties

daisy bush US English

A shrubby evergreen Australasian plant of the daisy family, which typically has grey-green leaves and bears fragrant flower heads

daisy chain US English

A string of daisies threaded together by their stems

Daisy Dukes US English

Brief, tight-fitting denim shorts for women, typically made from a pair of cutoff jeans

daisy wheel US English

A device used as a printer in some word processors, consisting of a disc of spokes each terminating in a printing character

upsy-daisy US English

Used to express encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted

oopsy-daisy US English

variant spelling of upsy-daisy.

oxeye daisy US English

An often-cultivated Eurasian daisy that has large white flowers with yellow centers

African daisy US English

A plant of the daisy family, sometimes cultivated for its bright flowers

daisy-cutter US English

An immensely powerful aerial bomb that derives its destructive power from the mixture of ammonium nitrate and aluminum powder with air

Shasta daisy US English

A tall, widely cultivated plant of the daisy family that bears large white daisylike flowers

Transvaal daisy US English

A South African gerbera, grown for its large brightly colored daisylike flowers

Michaelmas daisy US English

An aster, especially Aster novae-belgii, a North American aster with numerous pinkish-lilac daisylike flowers that bloom around Michaelmas

Livingstone daisy US English

A low spreading succulent plant which bears glistening daisy-like flowers in many colours, native to southern Africa

Namaqualand daisy US English

A widely cultivated annual African daisy

fresh as a daisy in daisy US English

Healthy and full of energy

fresh as a daisy US English

Healthy and full of energy

lazy daisy stitch US English

An embroidery stitch in the form of a flower petal

upsa-daisy in upsy-daisy US English

Used to express encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted

ups-a-daisy in upsy-daisy US English

Used to express encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted

whoops US English

another term for oops.

daisy family in daisy US English

A small grassland plant that has flowers with a yellow disk and white rays. It has given rise to many ornamental garden varieties

Shasta daisy in daisy US English

Used in names of other plants with flowers similar to the daisy, e.g., Michaelmas daisy, Shasta daisy

Daisy Duke in Daisy Dukes US English

Brief, tight-fitting denim shorts for women, typically made from a pair of cutoff jeans

daisy fleabane in fleabane US English

A herbaceous plant of the daisy family, reputed to drive away fleas

Michaelmas daisy in daisy US English

Used in names of other plants with flowers similar to the daisy, e.g., Michaelmas daisy, Shasta daisy

daisy English-Spanish

margarita, maya f

daisy-chain English-Spanish

enlazar* en cadenatipo margarita

daisy wheel English-Spanish

margarita f

oxeye daisy English-Spanish

margarita f

as fresh as a daisy in daisy English-Spanish

tan fresco como una lechuga


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