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Old men and women wander aimlessly around what used to be narrow streets and gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Only wealthy people will able to buy houses with large enough gardens to not be affected. The Sun (2016)It has beautiful gardens and beaches and you can dine outdoors overlooking the shore as the sun sets into the the sea. The Sun (2016)Once she has been on her own, let her into the garden again. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Having outside space in the form of off-street parking and a garden is also a bonus. The Sun (2016)Public areas also have fireplaces, perfect for warming up after a walk in the gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The property is a fabulous house with a huge walled garden and greenhouse, all set in five acres of land. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Put it in the most protected part of the garden, such as a side alley or under a tree out of cold winds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Photography is strong and the varied subjects often include visits to gardens in the UK and abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Leaves are a core element in the painting and plotting that makes a juicy garden, but often they are forgotten or a lucky by-product. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The property has a beautiful garden and is just a short walk from town. The Sun (2014)There is also a walled garden and working fires to snuggle up to. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is set in two acres of gardens and pasture land in a small and pretty valley. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The new great chamber could be a spectacular bedroom looking over the high street and garden. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Those that live near gardens are often seen nowadays on bird feeders. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We did up the house and the garden completely. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is not a standard work about gardens. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)And we wanted parking and a garden. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We buried her in the garden the next day. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We all have shady areas in our gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The restaurant uses local produce as well as vegetables from its garden. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The cosy home has two reception rooms and a large garden. The Sun (2013)You also get lunch and a garden visit if you win. The Sun (2012) Smaller gardens mean we need to grow vertically to get more foliage around our homes. The Sun (2008)You could always walk into a garden. The Secret Garden (1911)When people work with gardens they feel better and more positive and that is half the battle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So get outside and make your garden beautiful. The Sun (2015)The walled garden has beautiful views of the cathedral. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Is there steep land near the garden? Times, Sunday Times (2007)It often escapes from gardens and grows vigorously in the wild. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The report also talks of the benefits of care homes and hospices having gardens that are open to residents. The Sun (2016)From behind her she heard singing and turned to see women walking back and forth in her formal garden. A Time of War (1993)But it won't be long before the house and garden fill up again. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The risk is, it could be in your street or garden. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'garden'
British English: garden /ˈɡɑːdn/ NOUN
A garden is an area of land next to a house, with plants, trees, and grass.
She had a beautiful garden.
- American English: garden
- Arabic: حَدِيقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: jardim
- Chinese: 花园
- Croatian: vrt
- Czech: zahrada
- Danish: have
- Dutch: tuin
- European Spanish: jardín
- Finnish: puutarha
- French: jardin
- German: Garten
- Greek: κήπος
- Italian: giardino
- Japanese: 庭
- Korean: 정원
- Norwegian: hage
- Polish: ogród
- European Portuguese: jardim
- Romanian: grădină
- Russian: сад
- Spanish: jardín
- Swedish: trädgård
- Thai: สวน
- Turkish: bahçe
- Ukrainian: сад
- Vietnamese: vườn
Definition of garden from the Collins English Dictionary
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