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  1. cactus

    • IPA[ˈkaktəs]

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    • n.
      a succulent plant with a thick fleshy stem which typically bears spines, lacks leaves, and has brilliantly coloured flowers. Cacti are native to arid regions of the New World and are cultivated elsewhere, especially as pot plants.
    • noun: cactus, plural noun: cacti

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    • n. the largest North American wren, with a distinct white eyestripe and spotted tail feathers, found in the southwestern US and Mexico.

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    • n. a Brazilian cactus with branching stems of glossy green, flat, broad, tooth-edged sections, the tips of which bear long flowers, typically red or pink, with recurved outer petals. Christmas cacti are widely cultivated as houseplants.

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    • n. a dahlia of a variety which has rolled petals, giving the flower a prickly appearance.

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    • n. a spiny, ribbed cylindrical cactus.

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    • n. a dahlia of a variety which has rolled petals, giving the flower a prickly appearance.

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    • n. a South American cactus with flattened segmented stems and red, pink, or white flowers, grown as a houseplant.

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    • n. a large cactus native to the southwestern US, having columnar stems or branches and typically flowering at night.

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    • n. a large cactus native to the south-western US, having columnar stems or branches and typically flowering at night.

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    • IPA[ˈkaktəs]

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    • n.
      a succulent plant with a thick, fleshy stem that typically bears spines, lacks leaves, and has brilliantly colored flowers. Cacti are native to arid regions of the New World and are cultivated elsewhere, especially as houseplants.

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