Definition of 'daisy'
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Example sentences containing 'daisy'
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White and yellow daisies adorn fields, orchards and olive groves. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This is called a daisy chain device. The Sun (2009)Some of the dresses were suspended from the neck by a kind of daisy chain. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The flowers are like oversized field daisies with laundered white rays surrounding large flat yellow discs. A Patchwork Garden: Unexpected Pleasures from a Country Garden (1990)We arrive on a hill overlooking a village, amid green grass and yellow daisies. Christianity Today (2000)They are tall white daisies with a yellow centre, and often grow in colonies. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Butterflies enjoy the daisy family too, and there are a few that they especially love. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's always the simple activities like making a daisy chain or rolling down a hill that can be the most enjoyable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is like a yellow daisy, but the circle in the middle looks as if it were made of old gold. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This cheery daisy has white and pink blushed flowers from June right through to October. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Solid colonies of wiry upright stems, filigree foliage and masses of small, pale yellow daisies make a cheerful chunky clump. Times, Sunday Times (2012)These are usually upright, with bushy growth and a bold outline, either in the form of distinctive spires or large daisy flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The biggest daisy chain I found was 100 artillery shells long. The Sun (2009)Sometimes I think French politics is just one big daisy chain. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If I had chosen to spend the past few hours making daisy chains, this column would not have been written. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'daisy'
British English: daisy /ˈdeɪzɪ/ NOUN
A daisy is a small wild flower with a yellow centre and white petals.
- American English: daisy
- Arabic: أُقْحُوان
- Brazilian Portuguese: margarida
- Chinese: 雏菊
- Croatian: tratinčica
- Czech: sedmikráska
- Danish: bellis
- Dutch: madeliefje
- European Spanish: margarita
- Finnish: päivänkakkara
- French: pâquerette
- German: Gänseblümchen
- Greek: μαργαρίτα
- Italian: margherita
- Japanese: ヒナギク
- Korean: 데이지
- Norwegian: prestekrage
- Polish: stokrotka
- European Portuguese: margarida
- Romanian: margaretă
- Russian: ромашка
- Spanish: margarita
- Swedish: tusensköna
- Thai: ดอกเดซี่
- Turkish: papatya
- Ukrainian: маргаритка
- Vietnamese: hoa cúc
Definition of daisy from the Collins English Dictionary
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