garden

listen to the pronunciation of garden
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} bahçe

Bahçede kedini görüyorum. - I see your cat in the garden.

Bahçedeki bütün çiçekler sarı. - All the flowers in the garden are yellow.

{i} park

Bazı bahçıvanlar parkta açelyalara bakarlar. - Several gardeners look after the azaleas in the park.

Tepeler, küçük bir müze, bir park ve büyük bir kilise vardır. - There are hills, a little museum, a public garden and a big church.

bostan
garden party gardenparti
market garden bostan
s alelade
Garden of Eden cennet bahçesi
botanical garden bitkilerin sergilendiği bahçe
park/bahçe
bahçey

O, bahçeye bir çiçek soğanı ekti. - She planted the flower bulb in the garden.

Bahçeyi kim tahrip etti? - Who destroyed the garden?

bahçede çalışmak

Babamın bir dinlenmeye ihtiyacı var. O üç saattir bahçede çalışmaktadır. - Dad needs to take a rest. He's been working in the garden for three hours.

{f} bahçe işiyle uğraş
bahçeyle uğraşmak
bahçıvanlık yapmak
{s} bahçe ile ilgili
{f} bahçede çalışmak, çiçeklerle uğraşmak
bahçede çalış

O, bahçede çalışmayı sever. - He likes to work in the garden.

Bahçede çalışırken elbiselerimi yırtarım. - I tear my clothes when I work in the garden.

{f} bahçe işiyle uğraşmak
garden hose bahçe hortumu
kitchen garden sebze bahçesi
(fiil) bahçe işiyle uğraşmak
gardener
{i} bahçıvan

Bahçıvana bazı ağaçlar diktirdim. - I had the gardener plant some trees.

Bahçeyi düzenlemesi için bir bahçıvan çağrıldı. - A gardener was called in to design the garden.

garden chair
bahçe sandalyesi
garden cress
su teresi
garden crop
bahçe ürünü
garden hoe
bahçe çapası
garden hose
bahçe hortumu

Bahçe hortumuna ihtiyacım var. - I need a garden hose.

Leyla bahçe hortumuyla yangını söndürdü. - Layla put the fire out with a garden hose.

garden of Eden
Cennet bahçesi
garden of Eden
Aden bahçesi
garden party
bahçe partisi

Bir ihtimal yağmur yağarsa bahçe partisi olmayacak. - If by some chance it rains, the garden party won't take place.

Ben bir bahçe partisine gidiyorum. - I'm going to a garden party.

garden plants
bahçe bitkileri
garden rake
tırmık
garden shears
bahçıvan makası
garden snail
bahçe salyangozu
garden spade
bahçe beli
garden state
bahçe durum
garden tool
bahçe aleti
garden trowel
el küreği
garden angelica
melekotu
garden arrangement
bahçe düzenleme
garden city
bahçeli evler bölgesi
garden cress
bahçe teresi
garden grove
bahçe koru
garden husbandry
bahçe yetiştiriciliği
garden leave
(deyim) Zorunlu maaşlı izin

Many companies have been recently exercising garden leave to their employees due to global recession experienced in economy.

garden nursery
bahçe fidanlık
garden pot
bahçe pot
garden rake
dişli tırmık
garden room
bahçeyi gören, ışık alması için tavanı camlı ve duvarları geniş pencereli yapılmış oda
garden sage
adaçayı
garden shed
bahçe dökmek
garden sorrel
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kuzukulağı
garden sorrel
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kuzukulağı: (R.acetosella), 20-50 cm boyunda, kırmızı gövdeli Kuzukulağıgiller familyasından çokyıllık bir bitkidir. Ok biçimli tüysüz yaprakları ve pembe renkli çiçekleri vardır. Bol miktarda oksalik asit içeren ekşi yaprakları sebze olarak yenir. Ayrıca halk arasında yapraklarından hazırlanan lapalar çıban tedavisinde kullanılır
garden tillage
bahçe toprak işleme
garden work
bahçe işi
garden-variety
bahçe-çeşitli
garden-variety
Sıradan, bayağı
Garden of Eden
aden
garden city
(isim) bahçeli evler bölgesi
garden frame
limonluk
garden frame
sera
garden gnome
{i} bahçe cini
garden gnome
(isim) bahçe cini
garden mold
saksı toprağı
garden mold
bahçe toprağı
garden mould
bahçe toprağı
garden mould
saksı toprağı
garden party
bahçede verilen davet
garden party
gardenparti
garden path
kötü yol
garden state
(isim)w jersey eyaleti
garden state
new jersey eyaleti
garden stuff
bahçe ürünü
garden stuff
sebze meyve
garden truck
sebze meyve
garden truck
bahçe ürünü
gardener
{i} bahçe ile uğraşan kimse
flower garden
çiçeklik
flower garden
gülistan
public garden
park
rose garden
güllük
small garden
bahçecik
bear garden
hayvanat bahçesi
botanical garden
nebatat bahçesi
hanging garden
asma bahçe
herb garden
yeşillik
kitchen garden
sebze bahçesi
kitchen garden
meyve ve sebze bahçesi
lead sb up the garden path
birini üç kâğıda getirmek
market garden
bostan
nursery garden
fidanlık
rock garden
kayalık bahçe
roof garden
çatı bahçesi
roof garden
dam bahçesi
roof garden
dam üstü bahçesi
truck garden
sebze bahçesi
truck garden
bostan
vegetable garden
sebze bahçesi
vegetable garden
bostan
Alpine garden
Alp bahçesi
balcony garden
Balkon bahçe; balkonda küçük bahçecik
beer garden
açıkhava meyhanesi
botanical garden
botanik bahçesi
front garden
on bahçe
fruit garden
(Bahçecilik, Bahçıvanlık) Meyve bahçesi
gardened
bahçeli
go into the garden
bahçeye gitmek
hop garden
hop bahçe
landscaped garden
bahçe
there is a kitten in your garden
bahçenizde bir kedi yavrusu var
water the garden
su bahçesi
bear garden
{i} gürültülü yer
bear garden
{i} ayıya köpek saldırtılan gösteri yeri
beer garden
(isim) çarşamba pazarı gibi yer
beer garden
{i} çarşamba pazarı gibi yer
common or garden
{s} sıradan
common or garden
{s} alelâde
create a garden
bahçe kurmak
gardening
bahçe işleri

Yapacak bir sürü bahçe işlerim var. - I have a lot of gardening to do.

Tom bahçe işlerinden hoşlanır. - Tom enjoys gardening.

gardening
bahçıvanlık

Emekli olduktan sonra bahçıvanlık yapmaya başladı. - He took up gardening after he retired.

Yemek yapmak, örgü örmek, bahçıvanlık, pul toplamak ve benzeri birçok hobileri vardır. - She has many hobbies, cooking, knitting, gardening, collecting stamps, and so on.

gardening
bahçede çalış
gardening
bahçe iş

Benim bahçe işlerinde bana yardım etmeni istiyorum. - I would like you to assist me with my gardening.

Yapacak bir sürü bahçe işlerim var. - I have a lot of gardening to do.

go out to the garden
bahçeye çıkmak
hanging garden
asmabahçe
landscape garden
manzara bahçesi
lay out a garden
bahçe kurmak
lead smb. up the garden path
kötü yola sevketmek
ornament garden
süs bahçesi
rock garden
dağ çiçekleri yetiştirmek için düzenlenen kayalık bahçe
rock garden
kayalık yerdeki bahçe
rock garden
kayalık yerde bulunan bahçe
roof garden
teras lokantası
roof garden
(İnşaat) teras bahçesi
rose garden
gül bahçesi
tea garden
{i} çay bahçesi
tea garden
(isim) çay bahçesi
winter garden
limonluk
winter garden
sera
zoological garden
hayvanat bahçesi
Englisch - Englisch
Pubic hair or the genitalia it masks
The grounds at the front or back of a house
(in plural gardens) Such an ornamental place to which the public have access
The collective noun for microphone

garden of microphones, which stuck up like metal flowers in her face.

of a batsman, to inspect and tap the pitch lightly with the bat so as to smooth out small rough patches and irregularities
to grow plants in a garden; to create or maintain a garden

UK equivalent)I love to do gardening.

An outdoor area containing one or more types of plants, usually plants grown for food (vegetable garden) or ornamental purposes (flower garden)
Of, relating to, in, from or for use in a garden

garden shed (= a shed in a garden).

{v} to cultivate or make a garden
{n} a place to raise kitchen plants, flowers and fruits, a well cultivated spot
a yard or lawn adjoining a house
= inner selfGardener = success, good luckGifts = giving/sharing of love and ideasGuitar = happiness
{i} plot of ground for growing plants; public park; backyard; yard or lawn next to a house; vegetables or fruits that are cultivated in a garden; flowers cultivated in a garden
A decorative place outside, usually where plants are grown for food (vegetable garden) or ornamental purposes (flower garden)
Gardens are places like a park that have areas of plants, trees, and grass, and that people can visit and walk around. The Gardens are open from 10.30am until 5pm. Kensington Gardens
To lay out or cultivate a garden; to labor in a garden; to practice horticulture
A piece of ground on which flowers are cultivated
In British English, a garden is a piece of land next to a house, with flowers, vegetables, other plants, and often grass. In American English, the usual word is yard, and a garden refers only to land which is used for growing flowers and vegetables. the most beautiful garden on Earth
If you garden, you do work in your garden such as weeding or planting. Jim gardened at the homes of friends on weekends. + gardening gar·den·ing I have taken up gardening again
a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
Garden means two things: the organization which trains SeeDs, and the places where this organization has its headquarters There are three Gardens throughout the world: Balamb, Trabia, and Galbadia Gardens have neutral status and do not belong to any government Balamb and Galbadia Gardens are built on old Centra shelters, which have the capability of flight (or at least hovering) in emergencies
v The act of intentionally growing plants This does not include maintenance of plants that already existed when a home was acquired A person who just cuts the grass and hedges cannot be considered to be gardening -- they are doing yard work n The intentionally grown plants of a gardener
Such an ornamental place to which the public have access
To cultivate as a garden
A piece of ground appropriated to the cultivation of herbs, fruits, flowers, or vegetables
the flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden
a plot of ground where plants are cultivated a yard or lawn adjoining a house the flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden work in the garden; "My hobby is gardening
{f} work in a garden, create a garden, cultivate
The name of a specific plantation used to identify fine harvest produced solely from that garden
Gardens is sometimes used as part of the name of a street. He lives at 9, Acacia Gardens. to work in a garden, keeping it clean, growing plants etc. Plot of ground where herbs, fruits, flowers, vegetables, or trees are cultivated. The earliest surviving detailed garden plan is Egyptian and dates from about 1400 BC; it shows tree-lined avenues and rectangular ponds. Mesopotamian gardens were places where shade and cool water could be enjoyed; Hellenistic gardens were conspicuously luxurious in their display of precious materials, a tradition carried over by Byzantine gardens. Islamic gardens made use of water, often in pools and fed by narrow canals resembling irrigation channels. In Renaissance Europe, gardens reflected confidence in human ability to impose order on the external world; Italian gardens emphasized the unity of house and garden. French 17th-century gardens were rigidly symmetrical, and French cultural dominance in Europe popularized this style into the next century. In 18th-century England, increasing awareness of the natural world led to the development of "natural" gardens that made use of irregular, nonsymmetrical layouts. Chinese gardens have generally harmonized with the natural landscape, and have employed rocks gathered from great distances as a universal decorative feature. Early Japanese gardens imitated Chinese principles; later developments were the abstract garden, which might feature only sand and rocks, and miniature gardens made in trays (see bonsai). garden pepper zoological garden botanical garden botanic garden Covent Garden garden city Garden Grove Kew Gardens Royal Botanic Gardens Kew landscape gardening organic gardening
{s} cultivated in a garden; used in a garden; of or pertaining to a garden; suitable for a garden
work in the garden; "My hobby is gardening"
A rich, well-cultivated spot or tract of country
el jardin
n kebun
bath
gard

There are no roses in the garden. - There aren't any roses in the garden.

Tom has a big garden as well. - Tom has a big garden, too.

Garden of Eden
In the book of Genesis, the place where Adam and Eve first lived after being created by God
garden center
Alternative spelling of garden centre
garden centers
plural form of garden center
garden centre
A retail outlet selling plants, furniture and other items intended for outdoor use
garden centres
plural form of garden centre
garden cress
a plant, Lepidium sativum, whose pungent leaves are used in salads
garden dormouse
A rodent in the Gliridae (dormouse) family, Eliomys quercinus
garden gnome
A small statue of a gnome used as a garden ornament
garden gnomes
plural form of garden gnome
garden hose
A type of hose used for light residential applications such as watering lawns or gardens, or washing and rinsing passenger vehicles, etc
garden hose
A length of hose as above, usually with a male connector on one end and a female connector on the other end, which can carry water from a hose bib (a water faucet or spigot usually located on an exterior wall of a house or other building) for use on a garden or lawn
garden leave
A period of paid leave before termination of employment

We think he's going to start working for our competitor, so we've put on him on garden leave so he doesn't take all of our latest ideas.

garden office
A small, stand alone, building that is designed for the domestic garden and is primarily used for telecommuting or as an office by small businesses. They are often pre-fabricated buildings with insulation and electrical connections. A garden office is generally quite robust and should not be confused with a garden shed, summerhouse or a log cabin
garden path
A sentence that is easily incorrectly parsed on a first read, due to ambiguity of a word or words
garden path sentence
A sentence that is easily incorrectly parsed on a first read, due to ambiguity of a word or words
garden path sentences
plural form of garden path sentence
garden paths
plural form of garden path
garden shears
A tool consisting of two blades with bevel edges, connected by a pivot, used for gardening
garden variety
Ordinary, common, or unexceptional

I can usually recover from a garden variety cold with rest and fluids.

garden-path sentence
A sentence that is easily incorrectly parsed on a first read, due to ambiguity of a word or words
garden-variety
Alternative spelling of garden variety
garden leave
Garden leave (or gardening leave) describes the practice of giving an employee notice but telling them to stay away from work during their notice period. The practice is often used to prevent employees working for the employer's competitors for a period of time. Employees continue to receive their normal pay during garden leave and are covered by any contractual duties, such as confidentiality agreements, until their notice period expires. The term can also be used when an employee is sent home whilst subject to disciplinary proceedings, when they are between projects, or where, as a result of publicity, their presence at work is considered counter-productive. The Tracey Temple affair is an instance of the latter case
garden sorrel
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Low perennial with small silvery-green ovate to hastate leaves, French sorrel, Rumex scutatus
Garden City
{i} name of several cities and towns in the United States
Garden Grove
A city of southern California, a residential suburb of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Population: 143,050. City (pop., 2000: 165,196), southwestern California, U.S. Located south of Anaheim, it is a growing suburban residential area. It is the site of the Crystal Cathedral, a church sheathed in 10,000 panes of glass, designed by Philip Johnson
Garden of Eden
Paradise, original home of Adam and Eve before their fall
Garden of Eden
Eden
Garden of England
a name for the county of Kent in southeast England, because of the fruit and vegetables it produces
garden angelica
a biennial cultivated herb; its stems are candied and eaten and its roots are used medicinally
garden apartment
A unit in a low-rise apartment complex that includes a substantial amount of open, usually landscaped ground
garden burger
vegetarian hamburger made from non-meat ingredients
garden centipede
minute arthropod often infesting the underground parts of truck-garden and greenhouse crops
garden centre
A garden centre is a large shop, usually with an outdoor area, where you can buy things for your garden such as plants and gardening tools. a place that sells plants, flowers, and equipment for gardens American Equivalent: nursery
garden centre
{i} place that sells plants and gardening products and equipment
garden city
{i} planned new town or residential suburb built on a plan that incorporates landscaped gardens and greenery
garden city
A residential suburb or community planned so as to provide a pleasant environment with low-density housing and open public land. a town that has been designed to have a lot of trees, areas of grass, and open spaces. Ideal planned community as envisioned by the British town planner Ebenezer Howard (1850-1928). It was to be a small city that combined the amenities of urban and rural life; it would be compact, with contained growth. At the center would be a garden ringed with a civic and cultural complex, a park, housing, and industry, the whole surrounded by an agricultural green belt. Traffic would move along radial avenues and ring roads. The first garden city was built at Letchworth, England, in 1903. Though Howard's ideas have been widely influential, imitators have often ignored his stipulation that the town be a self-contained, true mixed-use community
garden cress
cress cultivated for salads and garnishes
garden cress
An annual herb (Lepidium sativum) of the mustard family, having pungent leaves and usually grown as a salad plant
garden forget-me-not
small biennial to perennial herb of Europe, northern Africa and western Asia having blue, purple or white flowers
garden gnome
{i} small statue of a gnome used as decoration in gardens
garden heliotrope
A widely cultivated valerian (Valeriana officinalis) having clusters of small, fragrant, purplish, pink, or white flowers and strong-smelling rhizomes formerly used in medicine
garden hose
a hose used for watering a lawn or garden
garden huckleberry
improved garden variety of black nightshade having small edible orange or black berries
garden lettuce
annual or perennial garden plant having succulent leaves used in salads; widely grown
garden nasturtium
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
garden orache
Asiatic plant resembling spinach often used as a potherb; naturalized in Europe and North America
garden party
A garden party is a formal party that is held out of doors, especially in a large private garden, during the afternoon. a formal party for a lot of people which is held in a large garden in the afternoon
garden party
informal social gathering held in a garden
garden party
a party of people assembled for social interaction out of doors
garden pea
plant producing peas usually eaten fresh rather than dried the flattened to cylindric inflated multi-seeded fruit of the common pea plant
garden plant
any of a variety of plants usually grown especially in a flower or herb garden
garden rake
a rake used by gardeners
garden rocket
{i} rocket salad, Mediterranean plant with pungent edible green leaves, roquette, arugula (used in salads)
garden roller
heavy cast-iron cylinder used to flatten lawns
garden snail
any of several inedible snails of the genus Helix; often destructive pests
garden spade
a spade used by gardeners
garden spider
a common European garden spider
garden strawberry
widely cultivated
garden tool
used for working in gardens or yards
garden tool mama
(Slang) prostitute, whore
garden trowel
a trowel used by gardeners
garden webworm
a variety of webworm
garden wedding
{i} wedding that takes place in a garden
garden-bed
piece of ground where plants are grown
garden-variety
You can use garden-variety to describe something you think is ordinary and not special in any way. The experiment itself is garden-variety science. very ordinary and not very interesting
gazelle in the garden
Used during a meal to alert a family member or friend that they have a crumb on their face

At one of their literary dinners, should a crumb get caught in the luxuriant Fields beard — There's a gazelle in the garden, Jamie, his wife would say.

European garden spider
A common arachnid, scientific name Araneus diadematus
European garden spiders
plural form of European garden spider
Gardener
A surname, derived from the profession gardener
back garden
A garden at the rear of a property
beer garden
The outdoor section of a public house, where customers can sit in the sun and enjoy their beverages
black and gold garden spider
a North American garden spider
black and gold garden spiders
plural form of black and gold garden spider
black garden ant
A small (3mm to 5 mm) species of ant common in Europe, Lasius niger
botanic garden
A botanical garden
botanical garden
A place where a variety of plants are grown, primarily for scientific or educational reasons, but are normally open to the public, and include ornamental plants from around the world
common or garden variety
An ordinary, standard kind
common-and-garden
ordinary, standard

This fridge is common-and-garden but it works fine.

common-or-garden
ordinary, standard

It's just a common-or-garden fridge but it works fine.

gardenful
An amount sufficient to fill a garden

Cindy Buck got her start as a gardener when a friend gave her and her husband, Rob, a whole gardenful of divided perennials as a wedding present.

hop garden
a field, fields or farm where hops are grown
kitchen garden
A garden used for growing fruit, vegetables and/or herbs for use in the kitchen
lady garden
A woman's pubic hair, and the area around it

That way, when I dropped my towel, my lady garden would only be exposed for a nanosecond before it disappeared under the steamy waters of the pool.

lead down a garden path
To mislead; to seduce
lead someone down the garden path
To deceive, hoodwink

'It was thought that the early origins of the idiom was founded on the tendency for one village to marry off their unsuccessful brides to unknowing bachelors. The superstition of the groom not being able to see his veiled bride until the marriage proclamation had been made was widely practiced. To that end the bride remained veiled throughout the ceremony. When the veil was lifted, the groom would learn that he had been married to a stranger. Many ceremonies took place in private gardens and as such the tendency to deceive with intent had evolved to the idiom of leading someone down the garden path.'.

lead up the garden path
To mislead or deceive
market garden
A garden in which vegetables are raised for market
market-garden
A garden used for growing vegetables and then selling them

Descending a narrow tree-lined lane the carriage passed into a leisurely winding road, bounded by market-gardens and the River Val.

rose garden
A garden devoted primarily to roses
rose garden
A highly desirable situation

I beg your pardon, / I never promised you a rose garden. / Along with the sunshine, / There's gotta be a little rain sometimes.

rose-garden
Alternative spelling of rose garden
truck garden
A market garden, a farm raising produce meant to be sold locally

it is not strange that in the first years of our new life we began at the top instead of at the bottom; that a seat in Congress or the state legislature was more sought than real estate or industrial skill; that the political convention or stump speaking had more attractions than starting a dairy farm or truck garden.

walled garden
A garden enclosed by walls for purposes of shelter or decoration
walled garden
A set of webpages or other resources that are richly interlinked and share a common focus, but have little or no linkage to or from the larger network
walled garden
A closed set of information services provided to members only
zoological garden
A zoo, a park where live animals are exhibited
zoological-garden
Attributive form of zoological garden

zoological-garden denizens.

gardener
{n} a person who cultivates a garden
gardening
{n} the act or art of cultivating gardens
A garden
orchard
Covent Garden
famous flower and vegetable market in London
Covent Garden
Square in London. It is now the site of the Royal Opera House, home of the British national opera and ballet companies. The land around the site, once a convent garden, was laid out as a residential square in 1630. The original Covent Garden playhouse, called the Theatre Royal, was built in 1732 and served for performances of plays, pantomimes, and opera. Twice destroyed by fire and rebuilt, the theatre became the Royal Italian Opera House (1847) and was replaced by the Royal Opera Co. (1888). The square was also the site of a fruit, flower, and vegetable market from 1670 to 1974
Japanese garden
{i} decorative garden designed according to traditional Japanese style using rocks and sand and foliage plants having wooden bridges and garden paths
Liberty Bell Garden
park in Jerusalem (Israel) containing a replica of the American Liberty Bell
Madison Square Garden
{i} large sports and entertainment complex in Manhattan (in the city of New York, USA)
Madison Square Garden
a place in New York City where concerts or sports events, especially boxing matches, are held, which very large crowds of people attend
Operation Market Garden
World War II operation in 1944 in which British and American troops unsuccessfully tried to invade and liberate Holland
bear garden
{i} scene of commotion and confusion; rowdy and disorderly place; place where bears are kept for distraction
bee garden
garden place where bees are kept, garden to keep beehives in; apiary
beer garden
tavern with an outdoor area (usually resembling a garden) where beer and other alcoholic drinks are served
beer garden
An outdoor tavern or an outdoor area adjoining a tavern where alcohol is served
beer garden
{i} tavern, alehouse, outdoor establishment that serves beer and alcohol
black and gold garden spider
a widely distributed North American garden spider
botanical garden
garden with special plants, garden for investigating and exhibition
botanical garden
A place where a wide variety of plants are cultivated for scientific, educational, and ornamental purposes, often including a library, a herbarium, and greenhouses; an arboretum. a large public garden where many different types of flowers and plants are grown for scientific study. or botanic garden Originally, a collection of living plants designed to illustrate relationships within plant groups. Most modern botanical gardens are concerned primarily with exhibiting ornamental plants in a scheme that emphasizes natural relationships. A display garden of mostly woody plants (shrubs and trees) is often called an arboretum. The botanical garden as an institution can be traced to ancient China and many Mediterranean countries, where such gardens were often centers for raising plants used for food and medicines. Botanical gardens are also reservoirs of valuable heritable characteristics, potentially important in the breeding of new varieties of plants. Still another function is the training of gardeners. The world's most famous botanical garden is Kew Gardens
common garden cress
annual herb used as salad green and garnish
common or garden
{s} (Informal) very ordinary, very common (e.g., "All I want is a common-or-garden dishwasher machine with just the basic functions")
common or garden
the usual or familiar type; "it is a common or garden sparrow
common-or-garden
You can use common-or-garden to describe something you think is ordinary and not special in any way. It's not just a common-or-garden phone!
flower garden
{i} garden of flowers
flower garden
a garden featuring flowering plants
formal garden
a garden laid out on regular lines with plants arranged in symmetrical locations or in geometrical designs
gardened
{s} cultivated, tilled (about land); having gardens
gardened
past of garden
gardener
someone who takes care of a garden someone employed to work in a garden
gardener
{i} one who works in a garden, one who cultivates a garden
gardener
someone who takes care of a garden
gardener
someone employed to work in a garden
gardener
A gardener is someone who enjoys working in their own garden growing flowers or vegetables. enthusiastic amateur gardeners
gardener
One who gardens; one who grows plants or cultivates a garden
gardener
A gardener is a person who is paid to work in someone else's garden
gardener
One who makes and tends a garden; a horticulturist
gardeners
plural of gardener
gardening
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gardening
{i} work of creating or tending a garden; horticulture
gardening
the activity of working in a garden, growing plants, cutting a lawn etc. Laying out and tending of a garden. Though palatial gardens existed in ancient times, small home gardens became prevalent only in the 19th century. Gardening as a pastime grew with the increase in home ownership and leisure time. A well-designed flower garden displays blends and contrasts of colours and forms, and it takes into account the effect of seasonal changes. Essential tasks include soil maintenance, water regulation, control of weeds, and protection of plants from pests and diseases. Though chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides are widely used, less-toxic organic supplements and pest controls, predatory insects, and hand-weeding have become increasingly popular
gardening
the cultivation of plants
gardening
The art of occupation of laying out and cultivating gardens; horticulture
gardening
RAF codeword for minelaying by aircraft
gardening
describes items or actions connected with the garden
gardening
present participle of garden
gardening
horticulture
gardening
the process or action of cultivating of the soil particularly in a garden; the care of a garden
gardening
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gardens
{i} botanical garden, grounds with flowers and trees used for exhibition; grounds with flowers and trees used for recreation
gardens
plural of garden
gardens
third-person singular of garden
herb garden
a garden for growing herbs
hop garden
field or garden for growing hops
hop garden
a garden where hops are grown
kitchen garden
garden for growing vegetables and plants used in cooking
kitchen garden
a small garden where vegetables are grown
kitchen garden
A kitchen garden is a garden, or part of a garden, in which vegetables, herbs, and fruit are grown. A garden in which vegetables, fruits, and herbs are grown for household consumption. a part of a garden where you grow your own fruit and vegetables = vegetable patch/plot
lead a person up the garden path
lead astray, mislead, deceive
market garden
A market garden is a small farm where vegetables and fruit are grown for sale. market gardening n. an area of land where vegetables and fruit are grown so that they can be sold American Equivalent: truck farm gardener
market garden
a garden where fruit and vegetables are grown for marketing
public garden
garden or small park that is open to the public
rock garden
A rock garden is a garden which consists of rocks with small plants growing among them. a rockery
rock garden
A table populated with rocks I never play there anymore, it's a real rock garden
rock garden
a garden featuring rocks; usually alpine plants
rock garden
A garden typified by natural-looking outcroppings of rock planted with small, low-growing plants, often alpines Back to alphabetical list
rock garden
A rapid thickly strewn with exposedor partially covered rocks that demand intricate maneuvering
roof garden
a garden on a flat roof of a building
roof garden
area on a roof for growing plants
roof garden
A roof garden is a garden on the flat roof of a building
rose garden
a garden for growing roses
sunken garden
a garden set below the level of the ground surrounding it
tea garden
a public garden where tea is served
tea garden
a large area of land used for growing tea = tea plantation
tea garden
{i} outdoor restaurant or garden where tea is served; tea plantation, plantation for growing tea
truck garden
{i} farm wherein vegetables are grown for market
vegetable garden
plot of land on which vegetables are planted and grown
victory garden
a kitchen garden planted during wartime to relieve food shortages
water the garden
supply plants in the garden with water
zoological garden
a zoo
zoological garden
animal zoo, zoological park, place where animals are raised for purposes of observation and research
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