Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Plant"

The meaning of "Plant" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you should plant one on her mean?
A: It means you should place something next to her so it seems like she owns it (to frame her for a crime)
Q: What does you should plant one one her mean?
A: “You should plant one on her” means they are telling you that you should kiss her.
Q: What does planted wide mean?
A: To have your feet firmly on the ground.
Q: What does plant shoot mean?
A: 「新芽」と同じだと思います。
Q: What does plant one on someone mean?
A: In the example you gave it implies the person telling the story may have *punched* the man if the man hadn't left. It is colloquial and not common in everyday educated speech or writting.

Example sentences using "Plant"

Q: Please show me example sentences with plant .
A: I would like to plant some flowers in my front yard.
He hurt himself when he face planted into the sidewalk.
The power plant is located at the edge of town near the industrial park.
The plant grew quickly in the spring time.
Plant the seeds in fertile soil and watch it grow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with plant.
A: I will plant the seeds of doubt in Jim

This plant is growing at a steady rate

Planting the bomb now!
Q: Please show me example sentences with plants.
A: - Plants create their own source of 'food' through photosynthesis.
- Herbivores only eat plants
- The plants looked as if they were dying

Synonyms of "Plant" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between perennial plant and plant ?
A: Plant is more general; it refers to anything in the plant kingdom, from trees to carrots to onions and weeds and flowers. A perennial plant is specifically a plant that will live for multiple years, flowering and making seeds or spores. So, things like lavender, ferns, clover, raspberries.
Q: What is the difference between plant and vegetation
?
A:

A plant may refer to a singular living organism but vegetation normally refers to a collective group of plants(multiple) especially those found in a particular area or habitat
Q: What is the difference between plant(as a Verb) and implant(as a Verb) ?
A: I am going to plant the flower in the front yard.

The doctor will implant the device into your heart.
Q: What is the difference between plant and sow ?
A: To sow sounds a little more professional or fancy but they mean the same thing :)
Q: What is the difference between plants and flowers ?
A: this is a type of flower

Translations of "Plant"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? they are a perennial plant that they grow in the forests in the mountainous area.
A: I would say "they are perennial plants that grow in mountainous forest areas" or "mountainous forests"

If you're talking about a specific mountainous area, you should leave "the" before "mountainous areas"

Example: "they are perennial plants that grow in THE mountainous forest areas of india"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Which sounds better, “Large-scale plant disposed of debris quickly” or “Large-scale plant disposed debris quickly” ?
A: the first sounds more like a natural sentence to be spoken
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? plant
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 1)how is called this plant? or 2)how is calling this plant? why?
A: What is this plant called? What is the name of this plant?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this plant
A: That would be what looks like Ivy.

Other questions about "Plant"

Q: I plant to go to Macau with my husband and my daughter.We are looking forward to waching the many warld heritages. does this sound natural?
A: I plan to go to Macau with my husband and daughter. We are looking forward to seeing many world heritages.
Q: 'You'll inevitably face plant into the nearest bag of chips' What does 'plant' mean?
A: "Face plant" means to "fall on". This is meant to be humorous (funny).
Q: This plant causes me pollen allergy. does this sound natural?
A: "This plant's pollen gives me allergies" or "This plant worsens my allergy to pollen" would be better
Q: What plant are the leaves of? does this sound natural?
A: @Szymon: What plant are the leaves from?
Q: I bought a plant about three years ago but it hasn't bloomed since I bought.
This year it likely bloom its flowers.
l'm looking forward to it. does this sound natural?
A: Personally, I'd phrase the first sentence as "I bought a plant about three years ago but it hasn't bloomed since then" or "hasn't bloomed once". To me, the repetition of "I bought" is a little odd.

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