listen to the pronunciation of grass
Englisch - Türkisch

Güneşli bir günde, Tom çimende uzanmayı sever. - Tom loves to lie in the grass on a sunny day.

Bazen çimenlere uzanırım. - I sometimes lie on the grass.


Inek, uzun, yeşil çimenlerin arasında çok yavaş hareket ediyordu. - The cows were moving very slowly through the long green grass.

Çocukken çimin üstünde sırtüstü uzanır beyaz bulutlara bakardım. - As a boy, I used to lie on my back on the grass and look at white clouds.

(İİ) ispiyoncu

İnekler çayırda ot yiyorlar. - Cows are eating grass in the meadow.

Çayırda rüzgar esiyor. - The wind is blowing on the grass.

İspiyoncu, gammaz
(Nükleer Bilimler) çimlenme, gürültü
{f} çimenle kaplamak
{f} yere sermek
{f} ihbar etmek
{f} çimlere yaymak
{f} vurmak (kuş)
{f} çayıra salmak
{f} çimlemek
otlar üzerine sermek

Tavşanlarımı otla besliyorum. - I feed my hares with grass.

Sığırlar otla beslenirler. - Cattle feed on grass.

spor yere düşürmek
{f} ot yemek
argo haşiş
{f} ele vermek
(Askeri) ÇİMEN: Radarda, özellikle devre gürültüsünden ileri gelen rastgele karışım. Karışımlar; radar ekranı baz hattında keskin ve yakın aralıklarla görülür
{i} argo (sigara halinde içilen) hintkenevirinin kurutulmuş yaprakları
Bermuda grass domuz ayrığ
{f} çim kaplamak
vurmak kuş
çay şekeri
grass carpet
çim halı
grass gob
(Denizbilim) yeşil kaya
grass mower
çim biçme makinesi
grass on
(Konuşma Dili) ispiyonlamak
grass eating
grass family
ot familyası
grass parakeet
çayır papağanı
grass pink
çayır karanfili
grass roots
grass seed
çim tohumu
grass skirt
hasır etek
grass snake
kertenkele yılanı
grass snake
çayır yılanı
grass widow
dul kadın
grass widower
dul adam
grass amplifier
cim amfi
grass on
Polise suç ihbarında bulunmak
grass parakeet
cayır papağanı
grass pink
cayır karanfili
grass plot
cim arsa
grass roots
Taban parti
grass skirt
haşır etek
grass snake
zehirsiz yılan
grass snake
cim yılanı
grass up
cim kadar
grass verge
cim şeridi
bahçe yılanı
grass aerodrome
(Havacılık) çim uçak pisti
grass blade
ot sapı
grass cutter
çim makinesi
grass cutter
çim kesme makinesi
grass down
grass fire
kontrol edilemeyen yangın
grass grown
grass inflorescence
(Tıp) pisipisi otu
grass jewel
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) mücevher kelebeği
grass minimum temperature
(Meteoroloji) çim endüşük sıcaklığı
grass on smb
ihbar etmek
grass on smb
ele vermek
grass over
çim kaplamak
grass roots
grass roots
(deyim) (the) grass roots halk, koyluler;halktan gelen ,halka dayali
grass roots
grass roots
grass roots
grass widow
kocasından ayrı yaşayan kadın
grass widow
kocası geçici olarak bir yere gitmiş olan kadın
grass widow
şen dul
grass widow
boşanmış veya kocasından ayrı yaşayan kadın
grass widower
karısı geçici olarak bir yere gitmiş olan adam
grass widower
boşanmış veya karısından ayrı yaşayan adam
grass widower
karısı uzaktaki erkek
grass widower
dul erkek
grass widower
karısından ayrı erkek
grass wrack
(Denizbilim) yüzen yosun
grass wrack
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) zostera otu
grass wrack
(Denizbilim) yüzen suyosunu
blade of grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ot sapı
covered with grass
fever grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) limon otu
timothy grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) çayırotu
be on the grass
esrar çekmek
bermuda grass
bermuda çimeni
bird grass
kuş otu
blue eyed grass
mavi ot
buffalo grass
boğa otu
canary grass
kuş yemi
cotton grass
pamuk otu
couch grass
meadow grass
pepper grass
rye grass
çayır otu
Barnyard Grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Darıcan
Early Barnyard Grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Çeltiksi Darıcan
He didn´t let any grass grow under his feet
Hiç vakit kaybetmedi
a grass
a ot
a snake in the grass
yüzünüze gülüp arkanızdan kuyunuzu kazan kimse
as green as a grass
(deyim) Yemyeşil
barley grass
arpa çimen
beard grass
sıçan kuyruğu
bermuda grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Sıcak iklime uygun bir cim türü
blades of grass
ve bıçaklar cim
cut the grass
çimleri kesmek
cut the grass
biraz uğraşmak
dog grass
köpek cim
feed cow on grass
cim beslenen inek
finger grass
parmak otu
go to grass
cim gitmek
gone to grass
cim gitti
keep off the grass
Çimlere basmayınız!
lay down in grass
çimlere uzandı
leaves of grass
yaprakları cim
lemon grass
limon otu
live on grass
cim canlı
randall grass
Randall cim
reed grass
kamış cim
switch grass
switch cim
tall grass
uzun otların
the grass is always greener on the other side
(Atasözü) Komşunun tavuğu komşuya kaz görünür
the grass is always greener on the other side
(Atasözü) "Erişilemeyen şey sahip olduklarından daha iyi görünür." anlamında atasözü
the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
(Atasözü) Komşunun tavuğu komşuya kaz görünür
the grass is always greener on the other side of the hill
(Atasözü) Komşunun tavuğu komşuya kaz görünür
Englisch - Englisch
Any plant of the family Poaceae, characterized by leaves that arise from nodes in the stem, wrap around it for a distance, and leave, especially those grown as ground cover rather than for grain
To lay out on the grass; to knock down (an opponent etc.)

He flew at me with his knife, and I had to grass him twice, and got a cut over the knuckles, before I had the upper hand of him.

To act as a grass or informer, to betray; to report on (criminals etc) to the authorities
Noise on an A-scope or similar type of radar display
Sharp, closely spaced discontinuities in the trace of a cathode-ray tube, produced by random interference
An informer, police informer; one who betrays a group (of criminals, etc) to the authorities
A lawn
{n} the name of a great variety of plants, many of which are the food of cattle
{v} to grow over with grass
German writer of novels and poetry and plays (born 1927) narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay shoot down, of birds feed with grass spread out clothes on the grass to let it dry and bleach cover with grass; "The owners decided to grass their property
Popularly: Herbage; the plants which constitute the food of cattle and other beasts; pasture
Rye grass for seed
n A type of plant that grows best in flower beds, but is intended to cover large areas of lawn and have a carpet like appearance Supposed to be green when not dormant
There is something in the order of 9000 species worldwide Only a handful are used in turfgrass situations in the UK: Bentgrass species, Fescue species, Perennial ryegrass and Smooth stalked meadow grass being the main ones
To bring to the grass or ground; to land; as, to grass a fish
disapproval If you say that one person grasses on another, the first person tells the police or other authorities about something criminal or wrong which the second person has done. His wife wants him to grass on the members of his own gang He was repeatedly attacked by other inmates, who accused him of grassing. = inform Grass up means the same as grass. How many of them are going to grass up their own kids to the police?
To expose, as flax, on the grass for bleaching, etc
If you say the grass is greener somewhere else, you mean that other people's situations always seem better or more attractive than your own, but may not really be so. He was very happy with us but wanted to see if the grass was greener elsewhere. German writer whose novels, notably The Tin Drum (1959) and Dog Years (1963), concern the political and social climate of Germany during and after World War II. He won the 1999 Nobel Prize for literature. grass sb up to tell the police about a criminal's activities grass on. Any of many low, green, nonwoody plants that make up the families Poaceae (or Gramineae), Cyperaceae (sedges), and Juncaceae (rushes). Only the approximately 8,000-10,000 species in the family Poaceae are true grasses. They are the most economically important of all flowering plants because of their nutritious grains and soil-forming function, and they are the most widespread and most numerous of plants. The cereal grasses include wheat, corn, rice, rye, oats, barley, and millet. Grasses provide forage for grazing animals, shelter for wildlife, and construction materials, furniture, utensils, and food for humans. Some species are grown as garden ornamentals, cultivated as turf for lawns and recreational areas, or used as cover plants for erosion control. Most have hollow, segmented, round stems, bladelike leaves, and extensively branching fibrous root systems. bear grass bent grass couch grass quack grass Grass Günter Wilhelm
shoot down, of birds
To cover with grass or with turf
give away information about somebody; "He told on his classmate who had cheated on the exam"
{i} green plant with flat leaves and jointed stems (used as a ground cover in lawns, fields, etc.); area covered with such plants; pasture; marijuana (Slang); police informer (British Slang)
A basic Energy Type
(Gramineae) Any plant of this genus characterized by jointed stems, sheathing leaves, flower spikelets and fruit consisting of a seed-like grain or caryopsis Plants ordered by Johnson included: Black grass Orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata) a weedy grass grown for pastures "Ray" [Rye] grass (Lolium) any of several European grasses grown for forage Timothy grass (Phleum pratense) A coarse grass having cylindrical spikes, used for fodder 'Named after Timothy Hanson, 18th century farmer who grew this grass and spread its cultivation
Geographical Resource Analysis Support System A public-domain raster GIS modeling product of the U S Army Corp of Engineers’ Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (USACERL)
Grass is the same as marijuana
spread out clothes on the grass to let it dry and bleach
= GAny non-broadleaf plant that does not have a woody stem
cover with grass; "The owners decided to grass their property"
Court surface composed of a well-tended lawn Grass is the fastest type of surface Wimbledon is the most famous grass court tournament
German writer of novels and poetry and plays (born 1927)
Marijuana, weed, pot, etc
feed with grass
An endogenous plant having simple leaves, a stem generally jointed and tubular, the husks or glumes in pairs, and the seed single
narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay
Grass is a very common plant consisting of large numbers of thin, spiky, green leaves that cover the surface of the ground. Small things stirred in the grass around the tent The lawn contained a mixture of grasses
To produce grass
Utility; Submission
> refocused FLASH
cover with grass
Geographical Resource Analysis Support System A public-domain raster GIS modeling product of the U S Army Corp of Engineers' Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (USACERL)
If you talk about the grass, you are referring to an area of ground that is covered with grass, for example in your garden. I'm going to cut the grass
The season of fresh grass; spring
Metaphorically used for what is transitory
disapproval A grass is someone who tells the police or other authorities about criminal activities that they know about. = informer
Members of the plant family Poaceae
1 Sharp, closely space discontinuities in the trace of a cathode-ray tube, produced by random interference; so named because of their resemblance to blades of lawn grass
sedge-like plant, usually with round (rarely flat) stems
{f} cover with grass; feed grass to livestock; produce grass; inform on (British Slang)
GRASS (Geographical Resource Analysis Support System): it is the name of a software for image elaboration, also used to define the corresponding format of raster data
street names for marijuana
Gone to grass Dead The allusion is to the grass which grows over the dead Also, "Gone to rusticate," the allusion being to a horse which is sent to grass when unfit for work Not to let the grass grow under one's feet To be very active and energetic "Captain Cuttle held on at a great pace, and allowed no grass to grow under his feet " - Dickens: Dombey and Son To give grass To confess yourself vanquished To be knocked down in a pugilistic encounter is to "go to grass;" to have the sack is also to go to grass, as a cow which is no longer fit for milking is sent to pasture A grass-hand is a compositor who fills a temporary vacancy
Plants of the family Poaceae (Gramineae) Grasses are characterized by rounded, hollow or pithy jointed stems (culms), and narrow sheathing leaves with parallel veins The leaves alternate on two sides of the stem The junction of the blade and sheath often bears an erect fringe of hairs (ligule) and sometimes also earlike projections (auricles) Flowers are borne in reduced spikes (spiklets) See drawing of plant group characteristics
Type of plant that has long slender leaves that extend from a short stem or the soil surface
animal food for browsing or grazing
A plant found in flower gardens that needs little or no care
grass court
A tennis court with a grass surface
grass courts
plural form of grass court
grass jelly
A jelly-like dessert drink found in China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia, made by boiling grass or leaves of the mint family with potassium carbonate, and then cooling the liquid to a jelly-like consistency
grass mud horse
One of the ten "mythical Baidu 10 Mythical Creatures|Baidu]] deities" invented by Chinese internet users for the purpose of circumventing censorship. Usually depicted as resembling an alpaca, and is supposedly living in the Gobi desert

Michael Wines. ..

grass mud horses
plural form of grass mud horse
grass on
To betray by informing on

What I was pissed off about, though, was him telling everyone that he'd only grassed on me because I'd grassed on him first, which was a total lie.

grass roots
The essential foundation or source of something
grass roots
People and society at the local level rather than at the national centre of political activity
grass script
a style of cursive script used in Chinese calligraphy: 草書/草书
grass skirt
a skirt made from long dried grass, or synthetic material resembling it
grass skirts
plural form of grass skirt
grass snake
A greenish nonvenomous snake, Opheodrys vernalis, of North America
grass snake
A nonvenomous snake, Natrix natrix, native to Europe, with a yellow collar
grass snakes
plural form of grass snake
grass up
To betray by informing on

My sister grassed me up to the caretaker! She thought she was doing me a favour — by grassing me up she was sure he'd let me off.

grass widow
A mother out of wedlock
grass widow
A married woman whose husband is away
grass widow
A divorcée
grass widower
A divorcé
grass widower
A married man whose wife is away
grass widowers
plural form of grass widower
grass widowhood
The state of being a grass widow

His inconsolable better half has to spend the whole of her time during this distressing grass-widowhood here.

grass widows
plural form of grass widow
A bright green colour, like that of grass

grass-green colour:.

Of a bright green colour, like that of grass
grass carp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) An herbivorous cyprinid fish (Ctenopharyngodon idella) of eastern Asia that has been introduced elsewhere to control aquatic weeds. Called also white amur
grass on
(British informal) inform the police of criminal activity or plans
grass roots
Rural area of a country; (nickname for) average citizens, regular people (as opposed to elite or powerful ones); sources, origins (of an idea, plan or political movement)
grass roots
the basic level of society or of an organization especially as viewed in relation to higher or more centralized positions of power
grass roots
the very foundation or source
grass up
see grass 4
grass cloth
A loosely woven fabric made with grass or vegetable fibers
grass court
a tennis court which has a grass surface for the players to play on hard court
grass family
A large and widespread family of plants, the Gramineae (or Poaceae), characterized by usually hollow stems, sheath-forming leaves in two longitudinal rows, and minute flowers arranged in spikelets. The grasses include important food plants such as wheat, rice, corn, barley, oats, and sorghum and also plants for turf and fodder
grass fern
epiphytic fern found in lowland forests of tropical America
grass frog
a common semiterrestrial European frog
grass over
If an area of ground is grassed over, grass is planted all over it. The asphalt playgrounds have been grassed over or sown with flowers
grass pea
European annual grown for forage; seeds used for food in India and for stock elsewhere
grass pink
an orchid
grass poly
annual with small solitary pink flowers; originally of Europe but widely naturalized in moist areas
grass roots
the common people at a local level (as distinguished from the centers of political activity) the essential foundation or source; "the problem was attacked at the grass roots
grass roots
the common people at a local level (as distinguished from the centers of political activity)
grass roots
the essential foundation or source; "the problem was attacked at the grass roots"
grass roots
The grass roots of an organization or movement are the ordinary people who form the main part of it, rather than its leaders. You have to join the party at grass-roots level. the ordinary people in an organization, rather than the leaders roots
grass skirt
a skirt made of long blades of grass
grass snake
harmless European snake with a bright yellow collar; common in England
grass snake
either of two North American chiefly insectivorous green snakes
grass snake
Any of several greenish nonvenomous snakes, especially Opheodrys vernalis of eastern North America or Natrix natrix of Europe. a common snake that is not poisonous
grass snake
any of numerous nonvenomous longitudinally-striped viviparous North American and Central American snakes
grass tree
An Australian plant of the genus Xanthorrhœa, having a thick trunk crowned with a dense tuft of pendulous, grasslike leaves, from the center of which arises a long stem, bearing at its summit a dense flower spike looking somewhat like a large cat-tail
grass tree
any of several Australian evergreen perennials having short thick woody stems crowned by a tuft of grasslike foliage and yielding acaroid resins
grass tree
Any of several woody-stemmed Australian plants of the genus Xanthorrhoea, having stiff grasslike leaves, palmlike stems, and a spike of small white flowers
grass tree
A similar Australian plant (Kingia australis)
grass tree
These plants are often called "blackboys" from the large trunks denuded and blackened by fire
grass tree
from the large trunks denuded and blackened by fire
grass tree
These plants are often called "blackboys"
grass tree
They yield two kinds of fragrant resin, called Botany-bay gum, and Gum Acaroides
grass vetch
annual European vetch with red flowers
grass widow
a divorced woman or a woman who is separated from her husband
grass widow
woman who is divorced or separated from her husband
grass widower
a man who is divorced from (or separated from) his wife
grass widower
man who is divorced from his wife, man who is separated from his wife
covered with grass
covered with grass; "wide grass-covered plains as far as the eye could see
feeding on grasses
grass-leaved golden aster
a variety of golden aster
grama grass
the Bouteloua oligostachya
grama grass
The name of several kinds of pasture grasses found in the Western United States, esp
Bermuda grass
A perennial grass, of the genus Cynodon, native to Africa and Asia, used in warm areas of the world for pasture, lawn and making hay
Johnson grass
A perennial Mediterranean grass (Sorghum halepense) cultivated for forage
Kikuyu grass
A tropical grass, Pennisetum clandestinum
bent grass
Any of several grasses, of the genus Agrostis, native to temperate climates; grown for pasture, turf and for putting greens and golf courses
bison grass
An aromatic herb native to North America and Eurasia. It's commonly used in herbal medicines and alcoholic beverages
blade of grass
A very small amount of something
blade of grass
A single instance of a plant described by the mass noun grass
blades of grass
plural form of blade of grass
bluestem grass
Any of several grasses, of the genus Andropogon, of North America that are adapted to high light levels
buffalo grass
Either of two distinct species of grass: Hierochloe odorata, family Poaceae, better known as sweetgrass; or Buchloe dactyloides, used in place of regular lawngrass
carpet grass
Any of the genus Axonopus of American tropical and subtropical grasses, some of whicih are rhizomatous
centipede grass
Eremochloa ophiuroides, a coarse thick lawngrass with short upright stems, native to southern China and later introduced to the United States
cheat grass
Downy brome; drooping brome (Bromus tectorum) is an annual grass native to Europe, southwestern Asia and northern Africa
couch grass
A species of grass, Elymus repens, usually considered a weed
Alternative spelling of couch grass
gama grass
A tall coarse American grass (Tripsacum dactyloides) valuable for forage
hear the grass grow
To be very aware or discerning; to pay attention to every small detail

He was quick to appreciate Blankenhorn's engaging personality and intelligent use of his skills. Chief among these was a remarkable ability to keep track of developments—to ‘hear the grass grow’.

hear the grass grow
To hear very well due to being in an exceptionally quiet environment

A suburban arena that was so sepulchral you could hear the grass grow.

hear the grass grow
To have an extremely sensitive sense of hearing

Heimdall is the watchman of the gods. . . . So acute is his ear that no sound escapes him, for he can even hear the grass grow and the wool on a sheep's back.

love grass
Any of several grasses, of the genus Eragrostis, grown as a forage crop or to protect against erosion
molasses grass
a spreading perennial forage grass, Melinis minutiflora, native to tropical Africa, that is covered with hairs which exude a sweet substance having the odour of molasses
oat grass
One of the various Eurasian and African grasses Arrhenatherum and Danthonia
onion grass
A wild herb native to Europe and western Asia, naturalised elsewhere, Allium vineale
plume grass
A kind of grass (Erianthus saccharoides) with the spikelets arranged in great silky plumes, growing in swamps in the Southern United States
plume grass
The still finer Erianthus Ravennae from the Mediterranean region. The name is sometimes extended to the whole genus
redtop grass
any of several bent grasses, of the genus Agrostis, which occurs in cool, humid areas of the United States
Any of several European plants, of the genus Cochlearia, formerly believed useful in treating scurvy
snake in the grass
A treacherous person
the grass is always greener on the other side
Other people's circumstances seem more desirable than one's own but in reality are often not
witch grass
a European grass that spreads rapidly; couch grass
witch grass
a North American grass, Panicum capillare
crested wheat-grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Either of two Eurasian grasses (Agropyron cristatum or A. desertorum syn. A. sibiricum) that are grown in the U.S. for forage and for erosion control
mondo grass
Mondo grass (Ophiopogon japonicus, Fountain plant, monkey grass; Japanese: ryu-no-hige ("dragon's beard") or ja-no-hige ("snake's beard")) is a species of Ophiopogon native to Japan. It is an evergreen, sod-forming perennial plant. The leaves are linear, 20-40 cm long. The flowers are white to pale lilac, borne in a short raceme on a 5-10 cm stem. The fruit is a blue berry 5 mm diameter
nut grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A widely distributed perennial sedge having small edible nutlike tubers, nut grass, nutsedge, nut sedge, Cyperus rotundus
rye grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Any of several Eurasian grasses of the genus Lolium, especially L. temulentum or L. perenne. Also called darnel
scutch grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A mat-forming perennial grass (Cynodon dactylon) widespread in warm regions and important as a lawn and pasturage grass in the southern United States. It is also common as a weed. Also called bermuda grass
the grass is always greener on the other side
(Atasözü) A place that is far away or different seems better than where we are now

He realized that the grass is always greener on the other side when he saw that his new job wasn`t perfect and had its own problems too.

the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
(Atasözü) We are often not satisfied and want to be somewhere else; a place that is far away or different seems better than where we are
the grass is always greener on the other side of the hill
(Atasözü) We are often not satisfied and want to be somewhere else; a place that is far away or different seems better than where we are

John is always changing his job because the grass always looks greener to him on the other side of the fence.

(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Any of a genus (Agropyron) of perennial grasses including some which are important pasture, hay, or turf grasses
Bermuda grass
A mat-forming perennial grass (Cynodon dactylon) widespread in warm regions and important as a lawn and pasturage grass in the southern United States. It is also common as a weed. Also called scutch grass
arrow grass
tufted perennial found in shallow water or marshland; sometimes poisons livestock
buffalo grass
A mat-forming perennial grass (Buchloe dactyloides) native to the plains of central North America, important as a forage grass and sometimes used for lawns
canary grass
Canary Islands grass; seeds used as feed for caged birds
past of grass
{s} covered with grass
Related Topics: [wetlands] Grasses are sufficiently familiar that we probably pay them very little attention Few families can match the grasses for number of species, or for the diversity of habitats they encompass With the exception of the bamboos grasses are herbaceous A quick glance at the leaves will tell a grass from a sedge Whereas a sedge's leaves come out in three directions, grass leaves come out in only two directions - that is, if you were to look at a blade of grass from above, the leaves would appear to form a straight line Unlike the reeds, grass flowers are usually extremely compact and simple: whereas reed flowers are usually somewhat rounded and bear six tiny petal-like structures, grass flowers are usually restricted to just two tiny modified leaves (glumes) at the base of the flowers
— a group of plants that are monocotyledons (have long narrow leaves with veins that run parallel to their length) They are usually herbs Some are larger and woody like bamboo Leaf bases wrap around the stem of the grass Flowers are called inflorescences and have many florets with powdery anthers
third-person singular of grass
plural of grass
plants having narrow leaves and jointed stems Bangs Field Trip 
present participle of grass
lemon grass
a type of grass that grows in warm countries and is used in cooking
squitch grass
Quitch grass
water grass
The water cress

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈgras/ /ˈɡræs/


    [ gras ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English græs, from Proto-Germanic *grasan (compare West Frisian gers, Dutch gras, Danish græs), from Proto-Indo-European *gʰreH₁- 'to grow'. Related to grow and green.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    grass roots


    ... lronically, grass seeds become the most important food crops ...
    ... Some of the species of grass that we are most familiar with ...

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