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seed /siːd/ noun


بنیاد ، جستجو کردن ، پیگرد ، طلب کردن ، حبه ، بذر ، دانه ، ذریه ، اولاد ، تخم اوری ، تخم ریختن ، کاشتن ، کامپیوتر: پیگردی کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: بذر ، زیست شناسی: دانه ، ورزش: رده بندی برحسب مهارت و قدرت
الکترونیک: بنیاد ، جستجو کردن ، پیگرد ، طلب کردن ، پیگردی کردن ، کامپیوتر: بذر ، دانه ، زیست شناسی: حبه ، بذر ، حقوق: رده بندی برحسب مهارت و قدرت ، ورزشی: بذر، دانه ، تخم ، ذریه ، اولاد، تخم اوری ، تخم ریختن ، کاشتن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

seed
[noun]
Synonyms:
- grain, egg, embryo, germ, kernel, ovum, pip, spore
- origin, beginning, germ, nucleus, source, start
- offspring, children, descendants, issue, progeny
- go or run to seed: decline, decay, degenerate, deteriorate, go downhill (informal), go to pot, let oneself go
Related Words: rudiment, core, kernel, conceit, concept, conception, image, impression, notion

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. seed1 S3 W3 /siːd/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: sæd]

1. PLANTS
a) [uncountable and countable] a small hard object produced by plants, from which a new plant of the same kind grows:
a packet of sunflower seeds
plant/sow seeds (=put them in the soil)
Sow the seeds one inch deep in the soil.
grow something from seed
We grew all our tomatoes from seed.
b) [uncountable] a quantity of seeds:
Some of the poorest farmers don’t have enough money to buy seed.

2.
IN FRUIT [countable] American English one of the small hard objects in a fruit such as an apple or orange, from which new fruit trees grow Synonym : pip British English

3. seeds of something written something that makes a new situation start to grow and develop
seeds of change/victory
The seeds of change in Eastern Europe were beginning to emerge.
seeds of doubt/disaster/destruction etc (=something which makes a bad feeling or situation develop)
Something Lucy said began to sow seeds of doubt in his mind.

4. go/run to seed
a) if a plant or vegetable goes or runs to seed, it starts producing flowers and seeds as well as leaves
b) if someone or something goes or runs to seed, they become less attractive or good, especially because they are getting old and have not been properly looked after:
The old central bus station is going to seed.

5. number one/two/three etc seed [countable] a player or team in a competition that is given a particular position, according to how likely they are to win:
He’s been top seed for the past two years.

6. SEX [uncountable] biblical semen or sperm – often used humorously

7. FAMILY [uncountable] biblical the group of people who have a particular person as their father, grandfather etc, especially when they form a particular race

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. seed2 verb

1. [transitive] to remove seeds from fruit or vegetables:
Add one lime, seeded and sliced.

2. [transitive usually passive] to give a player or team in a competition a particular position, according to how likely they are to win:
Sharapova was seeded fifth at Wimbledon.

3. [transitive usually passive] to plant seeds in the ground:
a newly seeded lawn

4. [intransitive] to produce seeds

5. seed itself if a tree or plant seeds itself, it produces a new plant using its own seeds

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

seed
noun
I. from which a plant grows
ADJ. grass, poppy, etc. | bird
QUANT. packet
VERB + SEED plant, sow | produce, set This tree produces very hard seeds. The plant will set seed in June.
grow/raise sth from She grew all the broccoli plants from seed.
spread Most seeds are spread by the wind.
go/run to Allow some of the plants to run to seed, and save the seed for next year.
SEED + VERB germinate, grow, sprout
SEED + NOUN head, pod | packet, tray | bank, catalogue, merchant | cake | corn, potato
PHRASES a variety of seeds The catalogue has hundreds of different varieties of seeds.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

seed
II. player in a sports competition
ADJ. first, second, etc. | number one, number two, etc. | top Venus Williams was the top seed at Wimbledon this year.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

seed

plant/sow seeds (=put them in the soil)
Sow the seeds in trays or pots.
grow something from seed (=grow a plant from a seed rather than buying it as a small plant)
You can grow most vegetables from seed.
seeds germinate (=start to grow)
The seeds should start to germinate after a few days.
flower/sunflower/tomato etc seeds
I bought a packet of poppy seeds.
grass seed
You can sprinkle grass seed over any gaps in the lawn.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

seed
si:d
See: go to seed or run to seed

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

SEED
See: Support for East European Democracy

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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