English version

leaves

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleavesleaves /liːvz/ πŸ”Š πŸ”Š x-refthe plural of leaf
Examples from the Corpus
leavesβ€’ In older tanks where the bottom is enriched by detritus, they all do well except for certain kinds with gauze-like leaves.β€’ Add bourbon, wine, stock, thyme, and bay leaves and bring to a simmer.β€’ But when the leaves fall even Florence goes under the dust sheets.β€’ They are nocturnal and live on leaves, insects, small mammals and birds.β€’ The 15-day tour leaves May 8.β€’ It has deeply divided mid-green leaves that flare to wild, improbable scarlet.β€’ Listen to the dirge of the dry leaves, that were green and vigorous but a few moons before!β€’ We watched the gardeners sweeping them into piles and the children swept up the leaves too.
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