Definition of 'basket'
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It has the perfect habit to grow in hanging baskets and containers. The Sun (2016)Others would take away baskets of soft fruits and return with pots of jam. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Perfect for hanging baskets and containers, this is a superstar plant you must grow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mixed with other summer bedding plants in containers and hanging baskets, it is the perfect filler. The Sun (2009)So what's in those big wicker baskets by the window? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Its spectacular hanging baskets must be the biggest in the North. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This means that they will be ready to pot indoors for a few weeks before being moved outside or planted straight into containers and hanging baskets. The Sun (2014)They're buying full baskets, not just promotions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'basket'
British English: basket /ˈbɑːskɪt/ NOUN
A basket is a container made of thin strips of cane, metal or plastic woven together.
He put the toothpaste in his basket.
- American English: basket
- Arabic: سَلّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cesto
- Chinese: 篮子
- Croatian: košara
- Czech: koš
- Danish: kurv
- Dutch: mand
- European Spanish: cesto
- Finnish: kori
- French: panier
- German: Korb
- Greek: καλάθι
- Italian: cesto
- Japanese: かご
- Korean: 바구니
- Norwegian: kurv
- Polish: kosz
- European Portuguese: cesto
- Romanian: coș
- Russian: корзина
- Spanish: canasto
- Swedish: korg
- Thai: ตระกร้า
- Turkish: sepet
- Ukrainian: кошик
- Vietnamese: rổ
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