Dicţionarul Englez - Român:
Cuvântul "carnation" poate avea următoarele funcţii gramaticale:
Sinonime ale cuvântului "carnation":
Definiţia cuvântului "carnation":
||1. type of flower; pink color, rosy color
||2. Herbaceous plant (Dianthus caryophyllus) of the pink family, native to the Mediterranean, widely cultivated for its fringe-petaled, often spicy-smelling flowers. Border, or garden, carnations include a range of varieties and hybrids. The perpetual flowering carnation, taller and stouter, produces larger flowers and blooms almost continuously in the greenhouse; miniature (baby) and spray varieties are also grown for the florist trade. Carnations are among the most popular cut flowers, used in floral arrangements, corsages and boutonnieres.
||3. also called Grenadine or Clove Pink (Dianthus caryophyllus), herbaceous plant of the pink family (Caryophyllaceae), native to the Mediterranean area. It is widely cultivated for its fringe-petaled flowers, which often have a spicy fragrance. There are two general groups, the border or garden, carnations and the perpetual flowering carnations. Border carnations include a range of varieties and hybrids, 30 to 75 cm (1 to 2 1/2 feet) tall; the flowers, in a wide range of colours, are usually less than 5 cm (2 inches) in diameter and are borne on wiry, stiffly erect stems. The bluish green leaves are narrow, sheathing the stems; swellings appear at leaf and stem joints. The perpetual flowering carnation, perhaps derived from crosses between the border carnations and the China pink (D. sinensis), is taller, up to 1 m (3 feet) in height, is stouter and produces larger flowers; it blooms almost continuously in the greenhouse. Miniature (baby) and spray varieties of the perpetual carnation are also grown for the florist trade. Carnations are among the most popular cut flowers, used in floral arrangements, corsages and boutonnieres. In 1907 Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia selected the pink carnation as the symbol for Mother's Day. In Europe the carnation was formerly used as a treatment for fevers. It was also used to spice wine and ale during Elizabethan times, as a substitute for the more expensive clove.
||4. n - (a plant with) a small flower with a sweet smell, which is usually white, pink, or red He presented her with a bouquet of red carnations. They were wearing carnations in their buttonholes so I assumed they'd all been to a wedding. See picture: Flowers and plants
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Sinonim: Clove Pink
| (substantiv feminin)
Aşadar, astfel se spune "carnation" în română.
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