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daisy British & World English

A small European grassland plant which has flowers with a yellow disc and white rays

daisy bush British & World English

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

daisy chain British & World English

A string of daisies threaded together by their stems

Daisy Dukes British & World English

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

daisy wheel British & World English

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

moon daisy British & World English

another term for ox-eye daisy.

upsy-daisy British & World English

Expressing encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted

African daisy British & World English

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

daisy-cutter British & World English

(In sport) a ball hit or bowled so as to roll along the ground

Shasta daisy British & World English

A tall Pyrenean plant which bears a single large white daisy-like flower

Barberton daisy British & World English

South African term for Transvaal daisy.

ox-eye daisy British & World English

A Eurasian daisy which has large white flowers with yellow centres

Transvaal daisy British & World English

A South African gerbera, grown for its large brightly coloured daisy-like flowers

Livingstone daisy British & World English

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

Michaelmas daisy British & World English

A North American aster with numerous pinkish-lilac daisy-like flowers which bloom around Michaelmas

Namaqualand daisy British & World English

A widely cultivated annual African daisy

be fresh as a daisy in daisy British & World English

Be healthy and full of energy

lazy daisy stitch British & World English

An embroidery stitch in the form of a flower petal

be fresh as a daisy British & World English

Be healthy and full of energy

daisy-chain in daisy chain British & World English

Connect (several devices) together in a linear series

ups-a-daisy in upsy-daisy British & World English

Expressing encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted

whoops British & World English

Expressing mild dismay or regret (used when someone has had an accident or made a mistake)

whoops-a-daisy in whoops British & World English

Expressing mild dismay or regret (used when someone has had an accident or made a mistake)

oops-a-daisy in upsy-daisy British & World English

Expressing encouragement to a child who has fallen or is being lifted

daisy family in daisy British & World English

A small European grassland plant which has flowers with a yellow disc and white rays

Shasta daisy in daisy British & World English

Used in names of other plants of the daisy family, e.g. Michaelmas daisy, Shasta daisy

Daisy Duke in Daisy Dukes British & World English

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

Michaelmas daisy in daisy British & World English

Used in names of other plants of the daisy family, 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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