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/ˈnɑ vəl /

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  • botany botany  /ˈbɑ tə ni/ ?  the branch of biology that studies plants

    botany meaning(s) 

    1. (n) the branch of biology that studies plants
    2. (n) all the plant life in a particular region or period

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    botany usage(s)

    • This Professor Bower pointed out as an example of the contribution of experimental botany to the maintenance of civilization.
  • botany bay fig botany bay fig  Australian tree resembling the banyan often planted for ornament; introduced…
  • botaurus botaurus  bitterns
  • botaurus lentiginosus botaurus lentiginosus  a kind of bittern
  • botaurus stellaris botaurus stellaris  a kind of bittern
  • botch botch  /ˈbɑtʃ/ ?  make a mess of, destroy or ruin
  • botch up botch up  make a mess of, destroy or ruin
  • botched botched  /ˈbɑtʃt/ ?  spoiled through incompetence or clumsiness
  • botcher botcher  /ˈbɑ tʃə/ ?  someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
  • botchier botchier  poorly done
  • botchiest botchiest  poorly done
  • botchy botchy  poorly done
  • botfly botfly  /ˈbɑtf ˌlaɪ/ ?  stout-bodied hairy dipterous fly whose larvae are parasites on humans and…
  • both both  /ˈboʊθ/ ?  (used with count nouns) two considered together; the two
  • bother bother  /ˈbɑ ðər/ ?  an angry disturbance
  • botheration botheration  /ˌbɑ ðə ˈrɛɪ ʃən/ ?  the psychological state of being irritated or annoyed
  • bothered bothered  /ˈbɑ ðərd/ ?  caused to show discomposure
  • bothersome bothersome  /ˈbɑ ðər səm/ ?  causing irritation or annoyance
  • bothidae bothidae  a family of fish of the order Heterosomata
  • bothrops bothrops  fer-de-lance
  • bothrops atrops bothrops atrops  large extremely venomous pit viper of Central America and South America
  • botonee botonee  (of a heraldic cross) having a cluster of three buttons or knobs at the end of…
  • botonnee botonnee  (of a heraldic cross) having a cluster of three buttons or knobs at the end of…
  • botox botox  a neurotoxin (trade name Botox) that is used clinically in small quantities to treat…
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