English version

greenery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
greenerygreen‧e‧ry /ˈɡriːnəri/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 DNgreen leaves and plants 🔊 the rich greenery of grass and trees
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greeneryIndustrial-strength decor with steel shelves and cement floors, copper and glass, and greenery.It is nailed to the top of a green hill, surrounded by greenery, facing the sun.If you do desire greenery, it is best to use large plastic plants.I wondered if it was responsible for the quiet acceptance of their fate shown by the rabbits chewing their final greenery.Not too far outside London, this place, but well beyond suburbia and fairly deep into lush greenery.Willersley faces north and in summer supports a healthy crop of greenery.She saw colours stir, a flash of black amongst the greenery.New Zealand's numerous indigenous shrubs and trees provide unending greenery.
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