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garden [ 'ga:dn] n.花园,菜园;公园

garden ['ga:dn] n. 花园,果园,菜园

gardening ['ga:dnɪŋ] n. 园艺学,造园

街心花园 park at an intersection; garden in the city center

屋顶花园 broof garden

Garden Construction Engineering Company 园林建筑工程公司

Garden Construction Engineering Company 园林建筑工程公司

Garden Bag 园艺袋

Garden Bench 庭院长椅

Garden Decor 庭院装饰

Garden Fountains 花园喷泉

Garden Furniture 庭院家具

Garden Hose 园艺软管

Garden Light 庭院灯具

Garden Swing 秋千

Garden Tool 园艺工具

Garden Umbrella 花园阳伞

I saw a couple of children playing in the garden.

wooden rails in front of a garden

Their beautiful garden is the envy of all the neighbours.

A fence forms the boundary between my garden and my neighbour's.

The tree, which had grown too large, dominated the little garden.

Mr. White dreamed of living in a house with a nice garden and a big swimming pool.

She has many occupations, including gardening and wine-making.
她有许多兴趣爱好, 包括园艺和釀酒。

A house with a garden in an area outside the city is preferable to an apartment downtown.

A hedge is a row of bushes or small trees, usually along the edge of a garden, field, or road.

a garden with a small river running alongside

The roses in his garden are blooming beautifully these days.

Beautiful homes and gardens are trademarks of the south.

What a beautiful garden you have! 你的花园真漂亮。

We walk on the garden path. 我们走在花园小径上。

To forget his trouble, he busied himself in his garden.

I have some climbing plants in the garden.

The earth in the garden is good, soft soil.

Mary talked with me across the garden fence.

The garden will look very beautiful when all the plants are in flower.

He is building a greenhouse in his garden.

He's been gardening all day.

She lets her children play in the garden.

He planted roses in the middle of the garden.

What a pretty little garden!

The town has its own public library and public gardens.

The town gardens are open to the public from sunrise to the sunset daily.

The garden reaches down to the lake.

I received a set of gardening tools on my birthday.

Let me show you the garden.

I was sitting in the garden enjoying the sunshine.

Here and there in the garden little flowers had grown up.

We've grown many vegetables in our garden.

We could hear the children's voices in the garden.

A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds.

Everything is nice in your garden.

No garden without its weeds.

Patience is a flower that grows not in everyone's garden.

A Beijing has lots of parks, too.
A 北京也有许多公园。
B Yes, I agree. I love Behai Park and Ritan Park . . . and the Temple of? Heaven Park. You should visit London and see the parks there.
B 是的,我同意。我爱北海公园和日坛公园. . .还有天坛公园。你应该去伦敦看看那里的公园。
A Yes, I’d love to. ?I’d love to go to the 2012 Olympics!
A 是的,我很愿意。我愿意到那里去看2012年的奥运会。
B Yes, you must try and come. You will be surprised at how green London is.
B 是的,你一定要争取来。看到伦敦那么绿你会大吃一惊的。
A Because of the parks?
A 是因为那些公园吗?
B Not only the parks. The weather helps, and there are trees in the streets and in people's gardens as well as in the parks.
B 不仅是公园。天气也起作用,在街道上、私人的庭院里以及公园里都有树木。

Happiness grows at our own firesides, and is not to be picked in strangers' garden.
D.W.Jerrold, British dramatist

For me the different religions are beautiful flowers from the same garden, or they are branches of the same majestic tree. Therefore they are equally true, though being received and interpreted through human instruments equally imperfect.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Indian statesman

"We had so much food left over from dinner at the China garden last night that we took enough home in doggy bags to feed the whole family tonight."

菜园 garden; kaleyard

茶园 tea garden

花园 [huā yuán] /garden/

客西马尼园 [kè xī mǎ ní yuán] /Garden of Gethsemane/

圃 [pǔ] /garden/orchard/

庭园 [tíng yuán] /flower garden/

伊甸园 [yī diàn yuán] /Garden of Eden/

园 [yuán] /garden/

园林 [yuán lín] /gardens/park/landscape garden/

园艺 [yuán yì] /gardening/

A man arrives in heaven and is being shown around by St. Peter.
He sees wonderful accommodations, beautiful gardens, sunny weather, and so on.
Everyone is very peaceful, polite and friendly until, waiting in a line for lunch, the new arrival is suddenly pushed aside by a man in a white coat, who rushes to the head of the line, grabs his food and stomps over to a table by himself.
"Who is that?" the new arrival asked St. Peter. "Oh, that's God," came the reply, "but sometimes he thinks he's a doctor."

{adj: botanic, botanical} of or relating to plants or botany
"botanical garden"

{adj: common or garden} the usual or familiar type
"it is a common or garden sparrow"

{adj: dabbled, spattered, splashed, splattered} covered with bright patches (often used in combination)
"waves dabbled with moonlight"
"a blood-spattered room"
"gardens splashed with color"
"kitchen walls splattered with grease"

{adj: landscaped} (of land) improved by gardening or landscape architecture
"carefully landscaped gardens"

{adj: nonsynthetic} involving or derived from living organisms; free from chemical treatments or additives
"organic gardening is more natural"
"nonsynthetic fertilizer"

{adj: privy, secluded, secret} hidden from general view or use
"a privy place to rest and think"
"a secluded romantic spot"
"a secret garden"

{adj: public} not private; open to or concerning the people as a whole
"the public good"
"public libraries"
"public funds"
"public parks"
"a public scandal"
"public gardens"
"performers and members of royal families are public figures"
<-> private

{adj: unkempt} not properly maintained
"an unkempt garden"
"native vistas and unkempt rambling paths"

{adj: untended} lacking care and attention
"untended garden was soon overgrown with weeds"
"untended children"

{adj: weedless} free from weeds
"a weedless garden"
<-> weedy

{adj: weedy} abounding with or resembling weeds
"a weedy path"
"weedy plants that take over a garden"
<-> weedless

{adj: zoological} of or relating to animals or animal groups
"zoological garden"

{adv: criminally, reprehensively} in a shameful manner
"the garden was criminally neglected"

{adv: practically} almost; nearly
"practically the first thing I saw when I got off the train"
"he was practically the only guest at the party"
"there was practically no garden at all"

{adv: slouchingly} with a slouching gait or posture
"he stood slouchingly at the garden gate"

{n: Aranea, genus Aranea, Araneus, genus Araneus} a genus of orb-weaving spiders including common garden spiders and barn spiders

{n: Bloomsbury} a city district of central London laid out in garden squares

{n: China rose, Bengal rose, Rosa chinensis} shrubby Chinese rose; ancestor of many cultivated garden roses

{n: Delorme, Philibert Delorme, de l'Orme, Philibert de l'Orme} French royal architect who built the Tuileries Palace and Gardens in Paris for Catherine de Medicis (1515-1570)

{n: Eden, Garden of Eden} a beautiful garden where Adam and Eve were placed at the Creation; when they disobeyed and ate the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil they were driven from their paradise (the fall of man)

{n: European wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus} nocturnal yellowish-brown mouse inhabiting woods and fields and gardens

{n: Eve} (Old Testament) Adam's wife in Judeo-Christian mythology: the first woman and mother of the human race; God created Eve from Adam's rib and placed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden

{n: Fall of Man} (Judeo-Christian mythology) when Adam and Eve ate of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden, God punished them by driving them out of the Garden of Eden and into the world where they would be subject to sickness and pain and eventual death

{n: French sorrel, garden sorrel, Rumex scutatus} low perennial with small silvery-green ovate to hastate leaves

{n: Hanging Gardens of Babylon} a terraced garden at Babylon watered by pumps from the Euphrates; construction attributed to Nebuchadnezzar around 600 BC

{n: Helix hortensis} a kind of garden snail

{n: Le Notre, Andre Le Notre} French landscape gardener who designed many formal gardens including the parks of Versailles (1613-1700)

{n: Loxostege similalis} moth whose larvae are garden webworms

{n: Loxostege, genus Loxostege} garden webworms

{n: Malathion} a yellow insecticide used as a dust or spray to control garden pests and house flies and mites

{n: Mendel, Gregor Mendel, Johann Mendel} Augustinian monk and botanist whose experiments in breeding garden peas led to his eventual recognition as founder of the science of genetics (1822-1884)

{n: New Jersey, Jersey, Garden State, NJ} a Mid-Atlantic state on the Atlantic; one of the original 13 colonies

{n: New Jerseyan, New Jerseyite, Garden Stater} a native of resident of New Jersey

{n: North Dakota, Peace Garden State, ND} a state of north central United States bordering on Canada

{n: Parkia javanica} tall evergreen rain forest tree with wide-spreading crown having yellow-white flowers; grown as an ornamental in parks and large gardens

{n: Priapus} (classical mythology) god of male procreative power and guardian of gardens and vineyards

{n: Scutigerella, genus Scutigerella} garden centipedes

{n: Symphyla, class Symphyla} small class of minute arthropods; unimportant except for the garden centipede

{n: Tuileries, Tuileries Gardens} formal gardens next to the Louvre in Paris

{n: Tuileries, Tuileries Palace} palace and royal residence built for Catherine de Medicis in 1564 and burned down in 1871; all that remains today are the formal gardens

{n: alyssum, madwort} any garden plant of the genus Alyssum having clusters of small yellow or white flowers

{n: arboretum, botanical garden} a facility where trees and shrubs are cultivated for exhibition

{n: barrow, garden cart, lawn cart, wheelbarrow} a cart for carrying small loads; has handles and one or more wheels

{n: beer garden} tavern with an outdoor area (usually resembling a garden) where beer and other alcoholic drinks are served

{n: birdbath} an ornamental basin (usually in a garden) for birds to bathe in

{n: black and gold garden spider, Argiope aurantia} a widely distributed North American garden spider

{n: blackberry-lily, leopard lily, Belamcanda chinensis} garden plant whose capsule discloses when ripe a mass of seeds resembling a blackberry

{n: bleeding heart, lyreflower, lyre-flower, Dicentra spectabilis} garden plant having deep-pink drooping heart-shaped flowers

{n: brown snail, Helix aspersa} serious garden pest having a brown shell with paler zigzag markings; nearly cosmopolitan in distribution

{n: bush nasturtium, Tropaeolum minus} annual with deep yellow flowers smaller than the common garden nasturtium

{n: calceolaria, slipperwort} any garden plant of the genus Calceolaria having flowers with large inflated slipper-shaped lower lip

{n: cockscomb, common cockscomb, Celosia cristata, Celosia argentea cristata} garden annual with featherlike spikes of red or yellow flowers

{n: common chickweed, Stellaria media} a common low-growing annual garden weed with small white flowers; cosmopolitan; so-called because it is eaten by chickens

{n: common four-o'clock, marvel-of-Peru, Mirabilis jalapa, Mirabilis uniflora} common garden plant of North America having fragrant red or purple or yellow or white flowers that open in late afternoon

{n: common garden cress, garden pepper cress, pepper grass, pepperwort, Lepidium sativum} annual herb used as salad green and garnish

{n: common thyme, Thymus vulgaris} common aromatic garden perennial native to the western Mediterranean; used in seasonings and formerly as medicine

{n: common valerian, garden heliotrope, Valeriana officinalis} tall rhizomatous plant having very fragrant flowers and rhizomes used medicinally

{n: conservatory, hothouse, indoor garden} a greenhouse in which plants are arranged in a pleasing manner

{n: edger} garden tool for cutting grass around the edges of a yard

{n: eggplant, aubergine, brinjal, eggplant bush, garden egg, mad apple, Solanum melongena} hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable

{n: entrance, entranceway, entryway, entry, entree} something that provides access (to get in or get out)
"they waited at the entrance to the garden"
"beggars waited just outside the entryway to the cathedral"

{n: field mouse, fieldmouse} any nocturnal Old World mouse of the genus Apodemus inhabiting woods and fields and gardens

{n: flagging} a walk of flagstones
"the flagging in the garden was quite imaginative"

{n: flower gardening, floriculture} the cultivation of flowering plants

{n: flower garden} a garden featuring flowering plants

{n: forbidden fruit} originally an apple from the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden; it is now used to refer to anything that is tempting but dangerous (as sexuality)

{n: formal garden} a garden laid out on regular lines with plants arranged in symmetrical locations or in geometrical designs

{n: garden angelica, archangel, Angelica Archangelica} a biennial cultivated herb; its stems are candied and eaten and its roots are used medicinally

{n: garden centipede, garden symphilid, symphilid, Scutigerella immaculata} minute arthropod often infesting the underground parts of truck-garden and greenhouse crops

{n: garden cress} cress cultivated for salads and garnishes

{n: garden forget-me-not, Myosotis sylvatica} small biennial to perennial herb of Europe, northern Africa and western Asia having blue, purple or white flowers

{n: garden hose} a hose used for watering a lawn or garden

{n: garden huckleberry, wonderberry, sunberry, Solanum nigrum guineese, Solanum melanocerasum, Solanum burbankii} improved garden variety of black nightshade having small edible orange or black berries

{n: garden lettuce, common lettuce, Lactuca sativa} annual or perennial garden plant having succulent leaves used in salads; widely grown

{n: garden nasturtium, Indian cress, Tropaeolum majus} strong-growing annual climber having large flowers of all shades of orange from orange-red to yellowish orange and seeds that are pickled and used like capers

{n: garden orache, mountain spinach, Atriplex hortensis} Asiatic plant resembling spinach often used as a potherb; naturalized in Europe and North America

{n: garden party, lawn party, fete champetre} a party of people assembled for social interaction out of doors

{n: garden pea, garden pea plant, common pea, Pisum sativum} plant producing peas usually eaten fresh rather than dried

{n: garden pea} the flattened to cylindric inflated multi-seeded fruit of the common pea plant

{n: garden plant} any of a variety of plants usually grown especially in a flower or herb garden

{n: garden rake} a rake used by gardeners

{n: garden roller} heavy cast-iron cylinder used to flatten lawns

{n: garden snail} any of several inedible snails of the genus Helix; often destructive pests

{n: garden spade} a spade used by gardeners

{n: garden spider, Aranea diademata} a spider common in European gardens

{n: garden strawberry, cultivated strawberry, Fragaria ananassa} widely cultivated

{n: garden tool, lawn tool} used for working in gardens or yards

{n: garden trowel} a trowel used by gardeners

{n: garden webworm, Loxostege similalis} a variety of webworm

{n: gardener, nurseryman} someone who takes care of a garden

{n: gardener} someone employed to work in a garden

{n: gardening, horticulture} the cultivation of plants

{n: garden} a plot of ground where plants are cultivated

{n: garden} a yard or lawn adjoining a house

{n: garden} the flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden

{n: green pea, garden pea} fresh pea

{n: greenfly} greenish aphid; pest on garden and crop plants

{n: grove, woodlet, orchard, plantation} garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth

{n: hedge trimmer} a garden tool for trimming hedges

{n: herb garden} a garden for growing herbs

{n: herb, herbaceous plant} a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests

{n: hop garden, hop field} a garden where hops are grown

{n: kitchen garden, vegetable garden, vegetable patch} a small garden where vegetables are grown

{n: lady's slipper, lady-slipper, ladies' slipper, slipper orchid} any of several chiefly American wildflowers having an inflated pouchlike lip; difficult or impossible to cultivate in the garden

{n: landscape architect, landscape gardener, landscaper, landscapist} someone who arranges features of the landscape or garden attractively

{n: landscaping, landscape gardening} working as a landscape gardener

{n: landscaping} a garden laid out for esthetic effect
"they spent a great deal of money on the landscaping"

{n: lawn chair, garden chair} chair left outside for use on a lawn or in a garden

{n: lawn furniture} furniture intended for use on a lawn or in a garden

{n: lawn mower, mower} garden tool for mowing grass on lawns

{n: lemon balm, garden balm, sweet balm, bee balm, beebalm, Melissa officinalis} bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves; a garden escapee in northern Europe and North America

{n: lemon geranium, Pelargonium limoneum} a common garden geranium with lemon-scented foliage

{n: love-in-a-mist, Nigella damascena} European garden plant having finely cut leaves and white or pale blue flowers

{n: market gardening} the growing of vegetables or flowers for market

{n: market garden} a garden where fruit and vegetables are grown for marketing

{n: menagerie, zoo, zoological garden} the facility where wild animals are housed for exhibition

{n: monohybrid cross} hybridization using a single trait with two alleles (as in Mendel's experiments with garden peas)

{n: monohybrid} a hybrid produced by crossing parents that are homozygous except for a single gene locus that has two alleles (as in Mendel's experiments with garden peas)

{n: mullein pink, rose campion, gardener's delight, dusty miller, Lychnis coronaria} an old cottage garden plant of southeastern Europe widely cultivated for its attractive white woolly foliage and showy crimson flowers

{n: original sin} a sin said to be inherited by all descendants of Adam
"Adam and Eve committed the original sin when they ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden"
<-> actual sin

{n: pagoda tree, temple tree, Plumeria acutifolia} frangipani of India having an erect habit and conical form; grown in temple gardens

{n: painted daisy, pyrethrum, Tanacetum coccineum, Chrysanthemum coccineum} spring-flowering garden perennial of Asiatic origin having finely divided aromatic leaves and white to pink-purple flowers; source of an insecticide; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum

{n: pansy, Viola tricolor hortensis} large-flowered garden plant derived chiefly from the wild pansy of Europe and having velvety petals of various colors

{n: parterre} an ornamental flower garden; beds and paths are arranged to form a pattern

{n: pea pod, peasecod} husk of a pea; edible in some garden peas

{n: pest} any unwanted and destructive insect or other animal that attacks food or crops or livestock etc.
"he sprayed the garden to get rid of pests"
"many pests have developed resistance to the common pesticides"

{n: pie plant, garden rhubarb, Rheum cultorum, Rheum rhabarbarum, Rheum rhaponticum} long cultivated hybrid of Rheum palmatum; stems often cooked in pies or as sauce or preserves

{n: pink, garden pink} any of various flowers of plants of the genus Dianthus cultivated for their fragrant flowers

{n: pleasance} a pleasant and secluded part of a garden; usually attached to a mansion

{n: potato, white potato, white potato vine, Solanum tuberosum} annual native to South America having underground stolons bearing edible starchy tubers; widely cultivated as a garden vegetable; vines are poisonous

{n: prince's-feather, princess feather, kiss-me-over-the-garden-gate, prince's-plume, Polygonum orientale} annual with broadly ovate leaves and slender drooping spikes of crimson flowers; southeastern Asia and Australia; naturalized in North America

{n: produce, green goods, green groceries, garden truck} fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market

{n: red currant, garden current, Ribes rubrum} cultivated European current bearing small edible red berries

{n: roble, Platymiscium trinitatis} large tree of Trinidad and Guyana having odd-pinnate leaves and violet-scented axillary racemes of yellow flowers and long smooth pods; grown as a specimen in parks and large gardens

{n: rock garden, rockery} a garden featuring rocks; usually alpine plants

{n: rock plant} plant that grows on or among rocks or is suitable for a rock garden

{n: rocket, roquette, garden rocket, rocket salad, arugula, Eruca sativa, Eruca vesicaria sativa} erect European annual often grown as a salad crop to be harvested when young and tender

{n: roof garden} a garden on a flat roof of a building

{n: rose garden} a garden for growing roses

{n: rose mallow, Alcea rosea, Althea rosea} plant with terminal racemes of showy white to pink or purple flowers; the English cottage garden hollyhock

{n: rotenone} a white crystalline insecticide that has low toxicity for mammals; is used in home gardens; extracted from the roots of derris and cube

{n: salad burnet, burnet bloodwort, pimpernel, Poterium sanguisorba} European garden herb with purple-tinged flowers and leaves that are sometimes used for salads

{n: sandwort} low-growing chiefly perennial plant usually with small white flowers suitable for e.g. rock gardens

{n: scarlet lychnis, maltese cross, Lychins chalcedonica} Eurasian garden perennial having scarlet flowers in dense terminal heads

{n: shasta daisy, Leucanthemum superbum, Chrysanthemum maximum maximum} hybrid garden flower derived from Chrysanthemum maximum and Chrysanthemum lacustre having large white flower heads resembling oxeye daisies; often placed in the genus Chrysanthemum

{n: snapdragon} a garden plant of the genus Antirrhinum having showy white or yellow or crimson flowers resembling the face of a dragon

{n: sour dock, garden sorrel, Rumex acetosa} European sorrel with large slightly acidic sagittate leaves grown throughout north temperate zone for salad and spring greens

{n: spearmint, Mentha spicata} common garden herb having clusters of small purplish flowers and yielding an oil used as a flavoring

{n: spider mite, tetranychid} web-spinning mite that attacks garden plants and fruit trees

{n: sprinkler} mechanical device that attaches to a garden hose for watering lawn or garden

{n: sunken garden} a garden set below the level of the ground surrounding it

{n: suntrap, solar trap} a terrace or garden oriented to take advantage of the sun while protected from cold winds

{n: sweet alyssum, sweet alison, Lobularia maritima} perennial European plant having clusters of small fragrant usually white flowers; widely grown in gardens

{n: sweet pea, sweetpea, Lathyrus odoratus} climbing garden plant having fragrant pastel-colored flowers

{n: sweet violet, garden violet, English violet, Viola odorata} European violet typically having purple to white flowers; widely naturalized

{n: tea garden} a public garden where tea is served

{n: topiary} a garden having shrubs clipped or trimmed into decorative shapes especially of animals

{n: tree of knowledge} the biblical tree in the Garden of Eden whose forbidden fruit was tasted by Adam and Eve

{n: truck farm, truck garden} a farm where vegetables are grown for market

{n: victory garden} a kitchen garden planted during wartime to relieve food shortages

{n: wall} a masonry fence (as around an estate or garden)
"the wall followed the road"
"he ducked behind the garden wall and waited"

{n: white currant, Ribes sativum} garden currant bearing small white berries

{n: wild pansy, Johnny-jump-up, heartsease, love-in-idleness, pink of my John, Viola tricolor} a common and long cultivated European herb from which most common garden pansies are derived

{n: woodshed} a shed for storing firewood or garden tools

{n: yellow loosestrife, garden loosestrife, Lysimachia vulgaris} frequently considered a weed; Europe and Asia

{n: zoo keeper} the chief person responsible for a zoological garden

{v: abound, burst, bristle} be in a state of movement or action
"The room abounded with screaming children"
"The garden bristled with toddlers"

{v: attract, appeal} be attractive to
"The idea of a vacation appeals to me"
"The beautiful garden attracted many people"
<-> repel

{v: blight, plague} cause to suffer a blight
"Too much rain may blight the garden with mold"

{v: cloister} surround with a cloister, as of a garden

{v: debut} appear for the first time in public
"The new ballet that debuts next months at Covent Garden, is already sold out"

{v: derive, gain} obtain
"derive pleasure from one's garden"

{v: draw} engage in drawing
"He spent the day drawing in the garden"

{v: excavate, dig up, turn up} find by digging in the ground
"I dug up an old box in the garden"

{v: frolic, lark, rollick, skylark, disport, sport, cavort, gambol, frisk, romp, run around, lark about} play boisterously
"The children frolicked in the garden"
"the gamboling lambs in the meadows"
"The toddlers romped in the playroom"

{v: garden} work in the garden
"My hobby is gardening"

{v: glow} emit a steady even light without flames
"The fireflies were glowing and flying about in the garden"

{v: keep} store or keep customarily
"Where do you keep your gardening tools?"

{v: landscape} do landscape gardening
"My sons landscapes for corporations and earns a good living"

{v: liquefy} become liquid
"The garden air overnight liquefied into a morning dew"

{v: mire, muck, mud, muck up} soil with mud, muck, or mire
"The child mucked up his shirt while playing ball in the garden"

{v: nurse} treat carefully
"He nursed his injured back by liyng in bed several hours every afternoon"
"He nursed the flowers in his garden and fertilized them regularly"

{v: orientalize, orientalise} make oriental in character
"orientalize your garden"
<-> occidentalise, occidentalize

{v: paint} make a painting
"he painted all day in the garden"
"He painted a painting of the garden"

{v: perambulate, walk about, walk around} walk with no particular goal
"we were walking around in the garden"
"after breakfast, she walked about in the park"

{v: perfume, aromatize, aromatise} fill or impregnate with an odor
"orange blossoms prerfumed the air in the garden"

{v: plant, set} put or set (seeds or seedlings) into the ground
"Let's plant flowers in the garden"

{v: potter, putter} work lightly
"The old lady is pottering around in the garden"

{v: snip, clip, crop, trim, lop, dress, prune, cut back} cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of
"dress the plants in the garden"

{v: teem, pullulate, swarm} be teeming, be abuzz
"The garden was swarming with bees"
"The plaza is teeming with undercover policemen"
"her mind pullulated with worries"

{v: trowel} use a trowel on ; for light garden work or plaster work

{v: uproot, extirpate, deracinate, root out} pull up by or as if by the roots
"uproot the vine that has spread all over the garden"

{v: violate} destroy
"Don't violate my garden"
"violate my privacy"

{v: weed} clear of weeds
"weed the garden"

{v: wrestle} engage in a wrestling match
"The children wrestled in the garden"

This was Monet's description of the garden he made in the grounds of his house at Giverny, on the Seine about halfway between Rouen and Paris.

Monet depicted his water garden as the earthly paradise he had himself created.

The garden offered Monet the kind of refuge from the stress of daily life that many people share when looking at his paintings.

The rain drummed on the eaves of her garden flat at Cuffe Parade.

The almost-waif had been be friended by Zoe from the day she had found the forlorn child sitting on her garden step a month earlier.

Unless you give computer-based lectures or make speeches, you may want to stick with your garden-variety mouse.

Combine these with abundant coral gardens, thorny sea urchins and a host of starfish, and Tioman offers one of Asia's best snorkeling experiences.

For those with neither the time nor the space to garden for real, RealGarden( www.realgarden.com) provides an electronic alternative.
对那些既没有时间也没有地方从事实际园艺活动的人来说,真实花园网站( www.realgarden.com )提供了一电子替代品。

People who have frustrated green thumbs can choose their seeds, plant them and then watch them grow in their own virtual garden s long as they remember to water them daily.

From financial news courtesy of Bloomberg TV to gardening tips from Women.com to facts on chronic fatigue syndrome from FasTV, there's something for everyone at this wide-ranging site.
该网站涵盖面颇广,包括 BloombergTV 的财经新闻、 Women.com 的园艺秘诀、 FasTV 的慢性疲劳症状等等,数不数。

Dent died in 1994, but members of the Meijer family, which founded an American supermarket chain and established the Frederik Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, Michigan, read about Dent and decided to build one of the horses for their sculpture garden.
登特于 1994年去世。美国有一个梅杰家族,创建了一家美国超市连锁店,并在密执安州的大急流城修建了弗雷德里克·梅杰花园。该家族的成员得知登特的事情后,决定在他们的雕塑园中铸造一座骏马雕像。

动物园 Zoological gardens

公共花园 Public gardens

植物园 Botanical gardens

Umbrellas and sun umbrellas ( including walking- stick umbrellas, garden umbrellas and simila

Garden or similar umbrellas

Seats convertbl into beds, excl garden seats/camping equipment

Garden tools

Garden forks

Garden riddles


Gardening tools for the physically challenged

Parks and gardens and orchards

Garden planting or maintenance services

Parks or gardens spraying services

Zoological gardens

Gardening hobby clubs

Rickettsialpox due to Rickettsia akari
Kew Garden fever
Vesicular rickettsiosis
克加登热 ( Kew garden fever )

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