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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
vinevine /vaɪn/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 (also grapevine)HBP a plant that produces grapes2 a plant with long thin stems that attach themselves to other plants, trees, buildings etc
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vineLeaves brushed my face, a vine touched my arm and made me jump.I get beautiful vines and flowers, but eventually the flowers fall off and the stems turn brown and dry up.He has recreated the mood of his beloved Provence in a lyrical mural of clustered vines.The south side of the cut dips down into a beautiful hollow of vines, all but the lowest locations being ideally situated.Within days of the first autumn frosts a large brown patch of vines can be seen growing out from this area.
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