ncountable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
- jazmín (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) jasmine tea té (masculine) de jazmínMore example sentences
- The fence will look truly stark and bare when it's gone, so I shall plant three or four vigorous climbing jasmines along it, water, and retire to a safe distance.
- I like the wildness of the two plants that look charming together, with the small white fragrant flowers of the jasmine contrasting beautifully with the reddish purple ones of the clematis.
- She caught a whiff of perfumed fragrance as she passed a row of purple lilacs, and white jasmines.
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