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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A ripened plant ovule containing an embryo.
- noun: A propagative part of a plant, as a tuber or spore.
- noun: Seeds considered as a group.
- noun: The seed-bearing stage of a plant.
- noun: Something that resembles a seed, as a tiny bubble in a piece of glass.
- noun: A small amount of material used to start a chemical reaction.
- noun: A small crystal used to start a crystallization process.
- noun: Medicine A form of a radioactive isotope that is used to localize and concentrate the amount of radiation administered to a body site, such as a tumor.
- noun: A source or beginning; a germ.
- noun: Offspring; progeny.
- noun: Family stock; ancestry.
- noun: Sperm; semen.
- noun: A seed oyster or oysters; spat.
- noun: Sports A player who has been seeded for a tournament, often at a given rank: a top seed.
- verb-transitive: To plant seeds in (land, for example); sow.
- verb-transitive: To plant in soil.
- verb-transitive: To remove the seeds from (fruit).
- verb-transitive: To furnish with something that grows or stimulates growth or development: a bioreactor seeded with bacteria.
- verb-transitive: Medicine To cause (cells or a tumor, for example) to grow or multiply.
- verb-transitive: Meteorology To sprinkle (a cloud) with particles, as of silver iodide, in order to disperse it or to produce precipitation.
- verb-transitive: Sports To arrange (the drawing for positions in a tournament) so that the more skilled contestants meet in the later rounds.
- verb-transitive: Sports To rank (a contestant) in this way.
- verb-transitive: To help (a business, for example) in its early development.
- verb-intransitive: To sow seed.
- verb-intransitive: To go to seed.
- verb-intransitive: Medicine To grow or multiply, as a tumor.
- adjective: Set aside for planting a new crop: seed corn; seed wheat.
- adjective: Intended to help in early stages: provided seed capital for a fledgling business.
- idiom: go To pass into the seed-bearing stage.
- idiom: go To become weak or devitalized; deteriorate: The old neighborhood has gone to seed.
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