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Definition of 'leafy'

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Add almonds and leafy greens to your daily diet for a sustained burst. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These can be found in fruits, dark leafy green vegetables and seafood. The Sun (2016)Despite the leafy roads and green spaces, central London is not far away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are usually well hidden down leafy lanes but the smell signals their presence. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are better at handling leafy veg. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It has a good stock of period houses on leafy streets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can get all the folic acid and calcium you need from leafy green vegetables. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Red meat and dark green leafy vegetables are also a good source of iron. The Sun (2011)Most of my houses are down leafy lanes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Add it to your kitchen cupboard for leafy veg cred. The Sun (2016)It is found in large quantities in leafy vegetables and cereals. Chaitow, Leon The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)It is a detached bungalow on a leafy lane in an affluent area. The Sun (2009)Serve with a leafy green or tomato salad. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Found in abundance in green leafy veg. The Sun (2007)They cluster at the top of tall, leafy stalks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You'll notice the first when you want to do anything other than drive through leafy suburbs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The street is leafy, quiet and in a conservation area. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Location We are in a leafy suburb with a short train ride to the city. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's a modern home on a leafy street lined with elegant period houses. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They are free to climb hills, wander leafy lanes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As we speak, thousands are walking into town carrying leafy branches and what looks like petrol containers? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Add them to your diet alongside dark leafy veg, which is another fab source of the mineral. The Sun (2012)I want to grow more leafy green veg in my garden like broccoli and curly kale. The Sun (2011)The final stretch passes through leafy inner suburbs then through Ealing Common. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

Synonyms of 'leafy'

green, leaved, leafed, shaded

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Translations for 'leafy'

British English: leafy ADJECTIVE
tree, plant Leafy trees and plants have lots of leaves on them.
His two-story brick home was surrounded by tall, leafy trees.
  • American English: leafy
  • Brazilian Portuguese: folhoso
  • Chinese: 多叶的
  • European Spanish: frondoso
  • French: feuillu
  • German: belaubt
  • Italian: ricco di foglie
  • Japanese: 葉の茂った
  • Korean: 잎이 무성한
  • European Portuguese: folhoso
  • Spanish: frondoso
British English: leafy ADJECTIVE
place You say that a place is leafy when there are lots of trees and plants there.
...a gate leading to the narrow leafy streets at the top of the hill.
  • American English: leafy
  • Brazilian Portuguese: folhoso
  • Chinese: 多叶的
  • European Spanish: arbolado
  • French: bordé d'arbres
  • German: grün
  • Italian: ricco di alberi
  • Japanese: 緑豊かな
  • Korean: 녹음이 우거진
  • European Portuguese: folhoso
  • Spanish: arbolado

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