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EtymologyEdit

Likely borrowed from French arbuste.

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arbust (plural arbusts)

  1. a bush, shrub
    • 1910, Archives of Opthalmology[1], volume 39:
      One afternoon, she was in her garden cutting with a knife the sprouts of a shrub taller than a man; this arbust is known by the name of bellflower.
    • 2014, Laure Ducos, Importance of the traditional land-use and land-tenure systems of Waraka[2]:
      that may also contain, timber, arbusts and other plants.

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Borrowed from Latin arbustum.

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arbust m (plural arbusts or arbustos)

  1. bush, shrub

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin arbustum through French arbuste

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arbust m (plural arbuști)

  1. bush

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