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seed in Gardening topic

seedseed2 verb  1 [transitive]DF to remove seeds from fruit or vegetables Add one lime, seeded and sliced.2 [transitive]DST to give a player or team in a competition a particular position, according to how likely they are to winbe seeded 8th/18th etc Sharapova was seeded fifth at Wimbledon.3 [transitive]TACDLG to plant seeds in the ground a newly seeded lawn4 [intransitive]HBP to produce seeds5 seed itself Grammar Seed is usually passive when used as a transitive verb.→ See Verb table
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seedAdd 2 green peppers, seeded and sliced.Taking all this into account, we have to ask why the extraterrestrials should be remotely interested in seeding distant planets.And how incredibly generous this man was; he seeded friendships that still write the history of the West.Plants had already seeded in crevices around the foundations, preparing to take over the instant man's will failed.