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Unkraut n (genitive Unkrauts or Unkrautes, plural Unkräuter)

  1. weed, weeds (unwanted plant)
    • 1921, Elisabeth von Heyking, Die Trommel, in Weberin Schuld, G. Grote'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, page 7:
      Die Pfade des Gartens waren überwachsen, Rasen und Beete zu einem Feld blühenden Unkrauts geworden.
      The paths of the garden were overgrown, lawns and beds had become a field of blooming weeds.


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