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primrose British & World English

A European plant of woodland and hedgerows, which produces pale yellow flowers in the early spring

Cape primrose British & World English

another term for streptocarpus.

primrose path in primrose British & World English

The pursuit of pleasure, especially when it is seen to bring disastrous consequences

primrose path British & World English

The pursuit of pleasure, especially when it is seen to bring disastrous consequences

Primrose League British & World English

A political association, formed in memory of Benjamin Disraeli (whose favourite flower was reputedly the primrose) in 1883, to promote and sustain the principles of Conservatism as represented by him

drumstick primrose British & World English

A Himalayan primula with a globular head of flowers on an erect stem

evening primrose British & World English

A plant with pale yellow flowers that open in the evening

evening primrose oil British & World English

An oil extracted from the seeds of the evening primrose. It contains gamma-linolenic acid and is used in complementary and alternative medicine, especially in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome

bird's-eye British & World English

Any of a number of plants with small flowers that have contrasting petals and centres, in particular:

primrose family in primrose British & World English

A European plant of woodland and hedgerows, which produces pale yellow flowers in the early spring

Rosebery, 5th Earl of British & World English

(1847–1929), British Liberal statesman, Prime Minister 1894-5; born Archibald Philip Primrose

Archibald Philip Primrose in Rosebery, 5th Earl of British & World English

(1847–1929), British Liberal statesman, Prime Minister 1894-5; born Archibald Philip Primrose

primrose English-Spanish

primavera f, prímula f

primrose-yellow English-Spanish

amarillo pálido

evening primrose oil English-Spanish

aceite f de prímula