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bud1 British & World English

A compact knob-like growth on a plant which develops into a leaf, flower, or shoot

bud2 British & World English

A friendly form of address from one boy or man to another

in bud in bud1 British & World English

(Of a plant) having newly formed buds

in bud British & World English

(Of a plant) having newly formed buds

big bud British & World English

A disease of blackcurrant bushes in which the buds become swollen due to the presence of gall mites

bud-graft British & World English

Graft a bud from (a plant) on to another plant

taste bud British & World English

Any of the clusters of bulbous nerve endings on the tongue and in the lining of the mouth which provide the sense of taste

cotton bud British & World English

A small wad of cotton wool on a short, thin stick, used for cosmetic purposes or cleaning the ears

axillary bud British & World English

A bud that grows from the axil of a leaf and may develop into a branch or flower cluster

nip something in the bud in nip1 British & World English

Suppress or destroy something at an early stage

earbud British & World English

A very small headphone, worn inside the ear

farcy British & World English

Glanders in horses (or a similar disease in cattle) in which there is inflammation of the lymph vessels, causing nodules (farcy buds or buttons)

nip something in the bud British & World English

Suppress or destroy something at an early stage

bud English Thesaurus

then comes spring, and fresh buds

bud English-Spanish

brote m, yema f

bud vase English-Spanish

floreropara una o dos flores

taste bud English-Spanish

papila f gustativa

cotton bud English-Spanish

bastoncillo m, cotonete mMéx


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