English to Czech Meaning :: vegetation

Vegetation :
vegetace
vegetace, rostlinstvo, rostlinný život - vegetacevegetace
 
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Noun(1) All the plant life in a particular region(2) The process of growth in plants(3) An abnormal growth or excrescence (especially a warty excrescence on the valves of the heart)(4) Inactivity that is passive and monotonous(5) Comparable to the inactivity of plant life(6) Plant life

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(1) He hoped that building ponds would give ducks resting space and ample habitat for aquatic vegetation to grow.(2) By choking out other vegetation , it makes an area unusable by plants and animals that live in or depend on the water.(3) They vary in color from light tan to reddish and tend to blend in well with the soil and vegetation in their chosen habitat.(4) At autopsy, no eosinophils were found in either the endomyocardial specimens or the vegetation .(5) A strip of vegetation provides food, shelter and habitat for wildlife, and adds oxygen to the water.(6) Clear all grass or other vegetation from the area that you have selected.(7) Flying over vast areas of vegetation , the scale of the disaster caused by the floods begins to unfold.(8) A few types of vegetation are widespread in this saltwater-influenced area.(9) The field was plowed just before planting, but natural vegetation was allowed to regrow during the experiment.(10) Aspergillus fumigatus is a common fungus that grows on soil, plant debris and rotting vegetation in the autumn and winter.(11) The path would deter people from trampling a wider area of vegetation on their route to the gorge lookout.(12) The first thing you should do is remove all unwanted vegetation from your planting area.(13) Very few plant species seem to be endemic to this vegetation .(14) To establish agriculture, they cleared large areas of the native vegetation , much of which is perennial.(15) Two irrigation regimes were compared and plants were sampled at four stages of vegetation .(16) Water snails don't eat living plants, just decaying vegetation and algae.
Related Words
(1) dense vegetation ::
hustá vegetace
Synonyms
Noun
2. flora ::
flóra
3. greenery ::
zeleň
4. foliage ::
olistění
5. herbage ::
rostlinstvo
6. verdure ::
zeleň
Antonyms
1. Fauna
  
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vegetation
English to Czech Dictionary: vegetation

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