English translation of 'jacinthe'
Example Sentences Including 'jacinthe'
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Autrefois, il existait une jacinthe dite de Paris qui avait plusieurs tiges gracieuses.Le Monde (2002)
La jacinthe d'eau prive les poissons et le plancton d'oxygène.Le Monde (1999)
Le coeur est tendre : basilic, galbanum, muguet, jacinthe, rose et jasmin.Marie Claire
Le plus connu, la jacinthe aquatique, se divise en quelques semaines comme autant de clones naturels jusqu'à couvrir une grande surface.Le Monde (2001)
Trends of 'jacinthe'
Used Rarely. jacinthe is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'jacinthe' in Other Languages
British English: hyacinth /ˈhaɪəsɪnθ/ NOUN
A hyacinth is a plant with a lot of small, sweet-smelling flowers growing closely around a single stem. It grows from a bulb and the flowers are usually blue, pink, or white.
- American English: hyacinth
- Arabic: مُكَحَّلَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: jacinto
- Chinese: 风信子
- Croatian: zumbul
- Czech: hyacint
- Danish: hyacint
- Dutch: hyacint
- European Spanish: jacinto
- Finnish: hyasintti
- French: jacinthe
- German: Hyazinthe
- Greek: υάκινθος
- Italian: giacinto
- Japanese: ヒヤシンス
- Korean: 히아신스
- Norwegian: hyasint
- Polish: hiacynt
- European Portuguese: jacinto
- Romanian: zambilă
- Russian: гиацинт
- Spanish: jacinto
- Swedish: hyacint
- Thai: ชื่อพันธุ์ไม้ชนิดหนึ่ง
- Turkish: sümbül
- Ukrainian: гіацинт
- Vietnamese: cây dạ lan hương
Translation of jacinthe from the Collins French to English
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