Definition of 'plant pot'
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Example sentences containing 'plant pot'
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The blinds are lowered and empty plant pots line the porch. Times, Sunday Times (2015)With regret, the contents of the two glasses were tipped into a handy plant pot. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Hide your spare key - but not under a doormat or plant pot. The Sun (2013)I also tend to my plant pots at home. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Trends of 'plant pot'
Used Rarely. plant pot is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'plant pot'
British English: plant pot /plɑːnt pɒt/ NOUN
A plant pot is a container that is used for growing plants.
- American English: planter
- Arabic: حَوْضُ نَبَاتَات
- Brazilian Portuguese: vaso de planta
- Chinese: 花盆
- Croatian: teglenica
- Czech: květináč
- Danish: urtepotte
- Dutch: plantenpot
- European Spanish: maceta
- Finnish: kasviruukku
- French: pot de fleurs
- German: Blumentopf
- Greek: γλάστρα
- Italian: vaso
- Japanese: 植木鉢
- Korean: 화분
- Norwegian: blomsterpotte
- Polish: doniczka
- European Portuguese: vaso para plantas
- Romanian: ghiveci
- Russian: цветочный горшок
- Spanish: maceta
- Swedish: kruka
- Thai: กระถางต้นไม้
- Turkish: çiçek saksısı
- Ukrainian: горщик
- Vietnamese: chậu cây
Definition of plant pot from the Collins English Dictionary
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