[plan-ter, plahn-] /ˈplæn tər, ˈplɑn-/
a person who .
an implement or machine for seeds in the ground.
the owner or manager of a .
History/Historical. a colonist or new settler.
a decorative container, of a variety of sizes and shapes, for growing flowers or ornamental .
the owner or manager of a plantation
a machine designed for rapid, uniform, and efficient planting of seeds in the ground
a colonizer or settler
a decorative pot or stand for house plants
“one who sows seeds,” late 14c., agent noun from plant (v.). Mechanical sense by 1850. Meaning “proprietor of a cultivated estate in West Indies or southern colonies of North America” is from 1640s, hence planter’s punch (1924). Meaning “a pot for growing plants” recorded by 1959.
noun 1. nourishment, as fertilizer or chemicals, for plants.
[plant-hop-er, plahnt-] /ˈplæntˌhɒp ər, ˈplɑnt-/ noun 1. any member of a large and varied group of homopterous insects that are related to the leafhoppers and the spittlebugs but rarely damage cultivated .
- Plant hormone
plant hormone Any of various hormones produced by plants that control or regulate germination, growth, metabolism, or other physiological activities. Auxins, cytokinins, gibberellins, and abscisic acid are examples of plant hormones. Also called phytohormone.
[plan-ti-greyd] /ˈplæn tɪˌgreɪd/ adjective 1. walking on the whole sole of the foot, as humans, and bears. noun 2. a plantigrade animal. /ˈplæntɪˌɡreɪd/ adjective 1. walking with the entire sole of the foot touching the ground, as, for example, man and bears noun 2. a plantigrade animal adj. 1831, from French plantigrade “walking on the […]