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Of a plant, which lies on the ground with tips turned upwards
{a} lying on the ground, lying low
A plant whose natural habit is resting on the ground, but with the tip rising up (in contrast to prostrate, in which a structure lies completely flat on the ground )
Curved upward from a horizontal or inclined base, e g stems
Habit which is weeping or 'reclining' with tips then ascending
Lying down; prostrate; recumbent
a (L decumbere, to lie down) trailing on the ground and rising at the tip, as some stems
Lying on the ground but having an ascending tip
Bent over or prostrate at the base but becoming erect in the upper parts
Growing close to the ground but with upwards growing tips
{s} lying down; reclining on the ground; (Botany) growing in the direction of the ground (plants that lie along the ground but have a tip that grows upward); (Zoology) growing flat (hair or bristles which grow flat or lie along a surface)
Reclining or lying on the ground but with the tips ascending
The stems or branches recline on the ground, but the seed head is upright See drawing of stem forms
Of a plant, which lies on the ground, but whose tip, or extremity, ascends
Reclining on the ground, as if too weak to stand, and tending to rise at the summit or apex; as, a decumbent stem
lying down; in a position of comfort or rest
Reclining with the tips ascending; a plant that has its base lying on the ground and a stem that grows upward dentate Toothed, usually with the teeth directed outward
decumbent

    Расстановка переносов

    de·cum·bent

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ di-'k&m-b&nt, dE- ] (adjective.) 1656. Latin decumbere.

    Слово дня

    amative
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