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Synonyms: bloom

flower, blossom, floweret, floret, prime, perfection, acme, peak, height, heyday, salad days, radiance, luster, sheen, glow, freshness, blush, rosiness, pinkness, color, bloom of youth, efflorescence, flush, blooming

Translations: bloom

spanish
florecer, flor


german
blüte, blütezeit, flaum, aufschwung, blume, ...

french
fleurir, fleur, prolifération, épanouissement, s'épanouir

italian
fioritura, fiore, fiorire

portuguese
abrir, flores

dutch
bloem, bloeien, bloesem

russian
расцветать, налёт, цветение, пушок, цветок, ...

norwegian
blomstre, blomst

swedish
blom

finnish
kukoistaa, puna, kukka, rehottaa, kukkia, ...

danish
blomst, blomstring

czech
rozkvět, květ, kvést

polish
kwitnąć, kwiat, wykwitać, zakwitać, rozkwitnięcie, ...

hungarian
hamvasság

turkish
çiçek

greek
ανθίζω, άνθος

ukrainian
цвісти, красування, розцвіт, квітка, цвітіння

albanian
lule

bulgarian
цвят, цъфтя

belarusian
кветка, цьвiсьцi

estonian
põsepuna, õitseng, õitsemine

croatian
procvat, procvasti, procvjetati, cvjetati, cvijet

icelandic
blómstra

latin
flos, effloresco

lithuanian
žydėti, žiedas

latvian
zieds, ziedēt, ziedēšana

macedonian
цвет

romanian
floare

slovenian
cvet, cvetijo, cvetenje, cveti

slovak
kvet, flower, kvety

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The meaning and "use of": bloom

noun
  • a flower, especially one cultivated for its beauty.
  • a youthful or healthy glow in a person's complexion.
  • a delicate powdery surface deposit on certain fresh fruits, leaves, or stems.
  • a full bright sound, especially in a musical recording.
  • a mass of iron, steel, or other metal hammered or rolled into a thick bar for further working.

verb
  • produce flowers; be in flower.
  • make (iron, steel, etc.) into a bloom.

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