Definition of 'lavender'
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Finally, try putting a couple of drops of lavender essential oil on your pillow. The Sun (2016)The lavender oil in it makes the cream smell gorgeous but it did feel very oily and didn't sink in as well as the others. The Sun (2016)We plant lavender around the enclosure and the penguins use that to build their nests. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Stir in the powdered lavender and oil of lavender. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Lavender and roses are the signature of the garden. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Mine is the lavender colour and the other is magenta. The Sun (2009)The mauve haze of a lavender field in full flower has inspired artists for centuries. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She asked me instead to bring her lavender oil to put on her feet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cool to body temperature and add the lavender oil. The Sun (2008)There's also a lavender roof garden and a courtyard with coffee tables. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Lavender and rosemary are good, hardy plants. The Sun (2015)Lavender Another garden favourite for full sun. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Dad loved his garden, his lavender and roses. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We would push the buggy there and back, through fields of lavender and corn. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Stuff the inside of the chicken with a little of the dried lavender, fresh rosemary and salt. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The restaurant sits formally on a terrace under plane trees, above a meandering garden of roses and lavender. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The smoky eyes and red lips are quite beautiful and the eye make-up is so modern with this pale lavender blue. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Planting includes thyme and lavender. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fancy hiding amid olive groves and gardens full of lavender and rosemary, while staying at a gorgeous boutique hotel with a pool? Times, Sunday Times (2015)The coast here is a beautiful place with fine sandy beaches and sweeping lavender fields equal to anything to be found in Provence. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I planted box hedging, rosemary and lavender. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Lavender blue flowers from July to August. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In April I put in a line of small lavender plants to make a hedge. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'lavender'
British English: lavender /ˈlævəndə/ NOUN
Lavender is a garden plant with sweet-smelling purple flowers.
- American English: lavender
- Arabic: خُزَامَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: lavanda
- Chinese: 熏衣草
- Croatian: lavanda
- Czech: levandule
- Danish: lavendel
- Dutch: lavendel
- European Spanish: lavanda
- Finnish: laventeli
- French: lavande
- German: Lavendel
- Greek: λεβάντα
- Italian: lavanda
- Japanese: ラベンダー
- Korean: 라벤더
- Norwegian: lavendel
- Polish: lawenda
- European Portuguese: alfazema
- Romanian: lavandă
- Russian: лаванда
- Spanish: lavanda
- Swedish: lavendel
- Thai: ต้นลาเวนเดอร์ดอกมีสีฟ้าม่วง
- Turkish: lavanta
- Ukrainian: лаванда
- Vietnamese: cây oải hương
Definition of lavender from the Collins English Dictionary
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