Definition of 'mistletoe'
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Example sentences containing 'mistletoe'
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The holly and the mistletoe must be taken down and burned. Christianity Today (2000)They are getting the tinsel and mistletoe back out at Goodison Park this week. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'mistletoe'
British English: mistletoe /ˈmɪslˌtəʊ/ NOUN
Mistletoe is a plant with pale berries that grows on the branches of some trees.
- American English: mistletoe
- Arabic: نَبَاتُ الهُدَال
- Brazilian Portuguese: visco
- Chinese: 槲寄生
- Croatian: imela
- Czech: jmelí
- Danish: mistelten
- Dutch: maretak
- European Spanish: muérdago
- Finnish: misteli
- French: gui
- German: Mistel
- Greek: γκι
- Italian: vischio
- Japanese: ヤドリギ
- Korean: 겨우살이
- Norwegian: misteltein
- Polish: jemioła
- European Portuguese: visco
- Romanian: vâsc
- Russian: омела
- Spanish: muérdago
- Swedish: mistel
- Thai: ไม้จำพวกกาฝากขึ้นตามต้นไม้
- Turkish: ökseotu
- Ukrainian: омела
- Vietnamese: cây tầm gửi
Definition of mistletoe from the Collins English Dictionary
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