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  • EN [ ɡrɑːs]
  • US [ ɡræs]

English definition


  • 1. narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay

  • 2. animal food for browsing or grazing

  • 3. street names for marijuana


  • 1. shoot down, of birds

  • 2. cover with grass;

    • "The owners decided to grass their property"
  • 3. spread out clothes on the grass to let it dry and bleach

  • 4. cover with grass

  • 5. feed with grass

  • 6. give away information about somebody;

    • "He told on his classmate who had cheated on the exam"

Example sentences

  • The winds came down with the scents of the grass and wild flowers.

  • The trees throw a shadow on the grass.

  • The sheep had cropped the grass short.

  • He always tackles problems straight away. He's not the kind of person to let the grass grow under his feet.

  • The snake curled up in the long grass.

  • Many animals prefer grass as food.

  • He was once a professional grass.

  • A field of burning grass is billowing thick black clouds of smoke into the sky.

  • The ground was sparsely covered with grass.

  • The grass waved in the wind.

  • The strong wind reveals the strength of the grass.

  • Fear ambush at every tree and tuft of grass.

  • They make their children cut their own grass.

  • The grass withered because there was no water.

  • a blade of grass

  • the grass roots of the party

  • Scatter the grass seed over the lawn.

  • We walked across the springy grass.

  • I let the horse drop his head to crop the spring grass.

  • The grass in the yard was waist high.

  • The houses are well spaced out, each on its own plot of ground and mat of coarse grass.

  • Small things stirred in the grass around the tent.

  • The soft wind breathed their names to the newborn grass.

  • How many of them are going to grass up their own kids to the police?

  • The grass was prickly and cold.

  • The grass grew thick and velvety.

  • His wife wants him to grass on the members of his own gang.

  • The old road had disappeared under grass and heather.

Phrase collocation

  • at grass


    • the mare will be out at grass during the day.

  • the grass is always greener on the other side of t

    (proverb)other people's lives or situations always seem better than your own

  • not let the grass grow under one's feet

    not delay in acting or taking an opportunity

  • put out to grass

    put (an animal) out to graze

Synonym discrimination

  • grass, herb, weed


Meaning of grass

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