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Pronunciation of Planted: Learn how to pronounce Planted in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word plant:

noun
1a living organism of the kind exemplified by trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, ferns, and mosses, typically growing in a permanent site, absorbing water and inorganic substances through its roots, and synthesizing nutrients in its leaves by photosynthesis using the green pigment chlorophyll.
a small plant, as distinct from a shrub or tree:
garden plants
Plants differ from animals in lacking specialized sense organs, having no capacity for voluntary movement, having cell walls, and growing to suit their surroundings rather than having a fixed body plan

2a place where an industrial or manufacturing process takes place:
a giant car plant
[mass noun] machinery used in an industrial or manufacturing process:
inadequate investment in new plant
3a person placed in a group as a spy or informer:
we thought he was a CIA plant spreading disinformation
a thing put among someone’s belongings to incriminate or compromise them.
4 Snooker a shot in which the cue ball is made to strike one of two touching or nearly touching balls with the result that the second is potted.
verb
[with object]
1put (a seed, bulb, or plant) in the ground so that it can grow:
we planted a lot of fruit trees
cover or supply (an area of land) with plants:
the garden is planted with herbs
(plant something out) place a plant in the ground out of doors so it can grow, especially after growing it from seed in an indoor environment:
the foxgloves are grown from seed and planted out in the autumn
informal bury (someone):
it was raining when we planted him
2 [with object and adverbial of place] set or place in a particular position:
he planted himself squarely in front of her
she planted a kiss on his cheek
establish (an idea) in someone’s mind:
the seed of doubt is planted in his mind
secretly place (a bomb that is set to go off at a later time):
several incendiary devices were planted in stores
put or hide (something) among someone’s belongings to compromise or incriminate the owner:
they claimed that the drugs had been planted on them by police
send (someone) to join a group or organization to act as a spy or informer:
he managed to plant an agent in his war council
found or establish (a colony, city, or community):
he was commissioned to plant the order in England
deposit (young fish, spawn, oysters, etc.) in a river or lake.
Derivatives

plantable
adjective
plantlet
noun
plant-like
adjective
Origin:

Old English plante ‘seedling’, plantian (verb), from Latin planta ‘sprout, cutting’ (later influenced by French plante) and plantare ‘plant, fix in a place’