Meaning of GRASS in English

GRASS

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ green

▪ coarse , rough , thick

▪ soft

▪ lush

▪ long , tall

▪ short

▪ fresh-cut , freshly cut , freshly mowed ( AmE ), freshly mown

▪ damp , wet

▪ dry

▪ wild

… OF GRASS

▪ blade

I've walked along that path for so many years I know every blade of ~.

▪ clump , tuft

There were only a few clumps of coarse ~ for the animals to eat.

VERB + GRASS

▪ eat

▪ cut , mow

GRASS + VERB

▪ grow

GRASS + NOUN

▪ clippings ( esp. AmE ), cuttings ( esp. BrE )

▪ seed

I sowed a little bag of ~ seed.

▪ verge ( BrE )

We parked on the ~ verge by the side of the road.

PREPOSITION

▪ across the ~

They all set off across the ~.

▪ in the ~

I found the wallet lying in the ~.

▪ on the ~

You're not allowed to walk on the ~.

▪ through the ~

The dog came running through the long ~.

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