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sage 1

American English: /seɪdʒ/
British English: /seɪdʒ/

noun

uncountable
  • 1 (Botany, Cookery)
    Example sentences
    • Other culinary herbs, like sage, rosemary and thyme, are native to Mediterranean regions where the air is rather temperate and dry.
    • The best culinary sage is native to southern Europe.
    • Mediterranean herbs such as sage (salvia officianalis) are hardy and tasty plants.
    Example sentences
    • In our southern California garden Mexican sage thrives so well that we bind it with twine so it grows up where the hummingbirds get to it easier.
    • Wood sage will do well in full sun or light shade.
    Example sentences
    • Attract hummingbirds by planting Mexican bush sage, pineapple sage, and beebalm.
    • This area is lightly vegetated with juniper, pine, sage, and grasses.
    • Cleveland and white sage, creosote bush and brittlebush, pine and redwood, for instance, are filled with resins and release their scents on warm afternoons.
  • 2 (color) sage (green)
    verde (masculine) salvia

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sage 2
American English: /seɪdʒ/
British English: /seɪdʒ/

noun

  • (wise man)
    Example sentences
    • Sen Tetsu So Dan: the first two characters mean a great thinker, a wise man, a sage in ancient times, while the third means a group, or a collection.
    • As a young materialist it mattered to me that we too have our ancient texts, our saints and sages, wise men and good news.
    • Well, many sages and wise men over the years have recommended the mountain top.

adjective sager, sagest

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