Definition of 'toadstool'
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Example sentences containing 'toadstool'
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Perhaps I am drinking something strange - the juice of the toadstool squeezed into my wine. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2003)She was wearing a thick purple dress with white spots that went halfway down her legs and made her look like a poisonous toadstool. PROSPECT HILL (2003)
Trends of 'toadstool'
Used Rarely. toadstool is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'toadstool'
British English: toadstool /ˈtəʊdˌstuːl/ NOUN
A toadstool is a plant that you cannot eat because it is poisonous.
- American English: toadstool
- Arabic: خُبْزُ الغُرَاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: cogumelo venenoso
- Chinese: 毒蘑菇
- Croatian: gljiva s klobukom
- Czech: prašivka houba
- Danish: paddehat
- Dutch: paddenstoel
- European Spanish: hongo
- Finnish: myrkkysieni
- French: champignon vénéneux
- German: Giftpilz
- Greek: αγαρικό
- Italian: fungo velonoso
- Japanese: 毒キノコ
- Korean: 독버섯
- Norwegian: nattsopp
- Polish: muchomor
- European Portuguese: cogumelo venenoso
- Romanian: ciupercă otrăvitoare
- Russian: поганка
- Spanish: hongo
- Swedish: giftsvamp
- Thai: เห็ดมีพิษชนิดหนึ่ง
- Turkish: mantar botanik
- Ukrainian: поганка (гриб)
- Vietnamese: nấm dù
Definition of toadstool from the Collins English Dictionary
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