Definition of 'chrysanthemum'
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Example sentences containing 'chrysanthemum'
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In the kitchen Diane made a pot of chrysanthemum tea and sipped it scalding hot. A MEANS TO EVIL (1999)"'I don't know how to break this to you, but... `Diane longed for the restorative comfort of chrysanthemum tea, but there was no time. A MEANS TO EVIL (1999)This time it was a potted chrysanthemum, the blossoms bronze-petalled. SLEEP WHILE I SING (1999)
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Used Rarely. chrysanthemum is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'chrysanthemum'
British English: chrysanthemum /krɪˈsænθəməm/ NOUN
A chrysanthemum is a large garden flower with many long, thin petals.
- American English: chrysanthemum
- Arabic: أُقْحُوان
- Brazilian Portuguese: crisântemo
- Chinese: 菊花
- Croatian: krizantema
- Czech: chryzantéma
- Danish: krysantemum
- Dutch: chrysant
- European Spanish: crisantemo
- Finnish: krysanteemi
- French: chrysanthème
- German: Chrysantheme
- Greek: χρυσάνθεμο
- Italian: crisantemo
- Japanese: キク
- Korean: 국화
- Norwegian: krysantemum
- Polish: chryzantema
- European Portuguese: crisântemo
- Romanian: crizantemă
- Russian: хризантема
- Spanish: crisantemo
- Swedish: krysantemum
- Thai: ดอกเบญจมาศ
- Turkish: kasımpatı
- Ukrainian: хризантема
- Vietnamese: cây hoa cúc
Definition of chrysanthemum from the Collins English Dictionary
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