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bushbush /bʊʃ/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  1 HBPDLGa plant with many thin branches growing up from the groundtree, shrub a rose bush The child was hiding in the bushes.2 the bush3 a bush of hair is a lot of thick untidy hair beat about the bush at beat1(14)
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bushThey lay under a bush near the friendly deer.The forsythia bushes at the back of the santuario yielded a delicate, sweet scent in the dewy air.a holly bushGunships made their chattering runs beside us, and door gunners killed bushes.Some oldmen hid in the bushes and tackled the newmen as a prank.I thought it was a damn silly place to park if some one wanted to take a leak in the bushes.
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