English version

daisy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
daisydai‧sy /ˈdeɪzi/ noun (plural daisies) [countable]  1 daisy.jpg HBPa white flower with a yellow centre2 be pushing up (the) daisies as fresh as a daisy at fresh1(11)
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daisyIt had a wicker, flower-girl basket of pinks and daisies in its mouth.I had been thrown off the cricket team at school for making daisy chains on the boundary.To create the second scene the sun and row of daisies are knitted as if reflected in water.But the daisies will be happy to have a good place to grow, in such a safe sunny corner.
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