planted meaning


    Definition of planted in English Dictionary

  • VerbBFplantSGplantsPRplanting
    1. simple past tense and past participle of plant.
    2. More Examples
      1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
        • In the lobby of the Bardessono hotel, which recently opened in Napa Valley, four alcove panels are filled with epiphytic air plants (tillandsias) simply clipped onto metal rods.
        • To screen out the houses, Mr. Darke and Ms. Zoehrer have planted cedars and katsura trees, sweetshrub and shadbush, and turned their gaze inward, to the garden of their own making.
        • These plant protection products are currently used in various crops (including tomato) worldwide and the two spinosyns are also authorized for organic farming.
      2. Used in the Beginning of Sentence
        • Plant or overseed with the right grass for the spot.
        • Plants with extrafloral nectaries or with herbivorous trophobionts in the Cerrado are commonly visited by ants that effectively reduce their leaf area loss [27 , 28 ].
        • Plants that were treated with P450 inhibitors or cloquintocet, but not topramezone were analyzed separately and compared to the non-treated control.
      3. Used in the Ending of Sentence
        • Choanoflagellates and apusozoa possess a second family of genes that encode a single granulin module linked to a larger protein, as seen also in plants.
        • Just as with the Irish potato, it is important to know how good a yielder you are planting.
        • Tannins are related to lignosity, and thus are found mainly in woody plants.
    • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
      1. Verbs
        • Verb forms
          • Participles
            • Past participles
            • Verb simple past forms

        Other Vocabulary

        Look-Alike Words
        1. en planned
        2. en planed
        3. en panted
        4. fr plante
        5. en plated
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        Meaning of planted for the defined word.

        Grammatically, this word "planted" is a verb, more specifically, a verb form.
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        Definiteness: Level 1
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