Definition of 'daffodil'
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This week did you smile at a sudden host of golden daffodils or an unexpected blossom tree? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The mass flowering of daffodils is absolutely on time. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yesterday the meerkats were taking an almost human interest in the spring daffodils. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why do tulips come in different colours whereas daffodils are always yellow? Times, Sunday Times (2006)His mum then planted a host of golden daffodils on the verge and in the hedgerow. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And flowers such as daffodils are blooming earlier. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Another scores a host of plastic golden daffodils! Times, Sunday Times (2007)In the spring, there are masses of daffodils planted by the former owners. A Patchwork Garden: Unexpected Pleasures from a Country Garden (1990)Now red tulips and yellow daffodils join them, reaching up to the sunlight. Christianity Today (2000)Why don't my daffodils produce flowers? The Sun (2016)Expect him to be talking golden daffodils and Freudian theories on holding midfield players by the final. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The daffodils are in flower, with primroses and rhododendrons beginning to come through. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once the flowers fade, daffodils growing through grass often look untidy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In the early spring, their upright tufts of light green foliage provide a background for daffodils and tulips. A Patchwork Garden: Unexpected Pleasures from a Country Garden (1990)The golden daffodils and more. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I think the ground is full of daffodils and snowdrops and lilies and iris working their way out of the dark. The Secret Garden (1911)Come in spring and the ground under the trees is amass of bluebells, with drifts of wild daffodils nearer the open light. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Take the family to see this this wonderful collection of historic daffodils, many planted 150 years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Was it one of those budgets that will last about as long in the memory as the spring daffodils, or was it more enduring than that? Times, Sunday Times (2014)It may have been an unusually cold spring but the daffodils are sprouting, so that's not it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)On woodland walks in spring there are daffodils, primroses, snowdrops and bluebells as far as the eye can see. Times, Sunday Times (2015)When they reached the meadow by the riverbank, they found the trees growing green and tall, with wild roses and daffodils sprinkled in the grass. A Time of War (1993)
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Translations for 'daffodil'
British English: daffodil /ˈdæfədɪl/ NOUN
A daffodil is a yellow flower that blooms in the spring.
- American English: daffodil
- Arabic: نَرْجِسٌ بَرِّيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: narciso
- Chinese: 水仙
- Croatian: sunovrat
- Czech: narcis
- Danish: påskelilje
- Dutch: narcis
- European Spanish: narciso
- Finnish: narsissi
- French: jonquille
- German: Osterglocke
- Greek: ασφόδελος
- Italian: narciso
- Japanese: ラッパズイセン
- Korean: 수선화
- Norwegian: påskelilje
- Polish: żonkil
- European Portuguese: narciso
- Romanian: narcisă galbenă
- Russian: желтый нарцисс
- Spanish: narciso
- Swedish: påsklilja
- Thai: ดอกแดฟโฟดีลมีสีเหลือง
- Turkish: nergis
- Ukrainian: нарцис
- Vietnamese: hoa thủy tiên
Definition of daffodil from the Collins English Dictionary
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