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Oxford dictionary definition of the word grass:
1 [mass noun] vegetation consisting of typically short plants with long, narrow leaves, growing wild or cultivated on lawns and pasture, and as a fodder crop.
ground covered with grass.
the farms were mostly given over to grass
2a mainly herbaceous plant with jointed stems and spikes of small wind-pollinated flowers, predominant in grass.
Grasses belong to the large family Gramineae (or Poaceae; the grass family), and form the dominant vegetation of many areas of the world. The possession of a growing point that is mainly at ground level makes grasses suitable as the food of many grazing animals, and for use in lawns and playing fields
3 [mass noun] informal cannabis.
4British informal a police informer.
[perhaps related to the 19th-century rhyming slang grasshopper ‘copper’]
1cover (an area of ground) with grass:
the railway tracks were mostly grassed over
US feed (livestock) on grass.
2British informal inform the police of someone’s criminal activities or plans:
someone had grassed on the thieves
she threatened to grass me up
3catch and bring (a fish) to the riverbank:
anglers grassed 294 trout
4chiefly Rugby & Australian Rules knock (someone) down.