Definition of 'lily of the valley'
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Example sentences containing 'lily of the valley'
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They are very fragrant and smell of lily of the valley. The Sun (2008)Some of the trees also have small white flowers, like the bells of lily of the valley, at the end of the twigs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Royal weddings have historically favoured white or cream lily of the valley, gardenias or roses. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Translations for 'lily of the valley'
British English: lily of the valley /ˈlɪlɪ əv ðə ˈvælɪ/ NOUN
Lily of the valley are small plants with large leaves and small, white, bell-shaped flowers.
- American English: lily of the valley
- Arabic: زِنْبَقُ الوَادِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: lírio-do-vale
- Chinese: 铃兰
- Croatian: đurđica
- Czech: konvalinka
- Danish: liljekonval
- Dutch: lelietje-van-dalen
- European Spanish: muguete
- Finnish: kielo
- French: muguet
- German: Maiglöckchen
- Greek: άνθεμις
- Italian: mughetto
- Japanese: ドイツスズラン
- Korean: 은방울꽃
- Norwegian: liljekonvall
- Polish: konwalia
- European Portuguese: lírio-do-vale
- Romanian: lăcrămioară
- Russian: ландыш
- Spanish: muguete
- Swedish: liljekonvalj
- Thai: ดอกไม้ชื่อลิลลี่ออฟเดอะแวลลี่ มีสีขาวมีกลิ่นหอม
- Turkish: inci çiçeği
- Ukrainian: конвалія
- Vietnamese: cây hoa lan chuông
Definition of lily of the valley from the Collins English Dictionary
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