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bush·y

 (bo͝osh′ē)
adj. bush·i·er, bush·i·est
1. Consisting of or covered with bushes: bushy plants; a bushy area.
2. Thick and shaggy: a bushy head of hair.

bush′i·ly adv.
bush′i·ness n.

bushy

(ˈbʊʃɪ)
adj, bushier or bushiest
1. (Horticulture) covered or overgrown with bushes
2. thick and shaggy: bushy eyebrows.
ˈbushily adv
ˈbushiness n

bushy

(ˈbʊʃɪ) or

bushie

n, pl bushies
1. a person who lives in the bush
2. an unsophisticated uncouth person
3. a member of a bush fire brigade

bush•y

(ˈbʊʃ i)

adj. bush•i•er, bush•i•est.
1. resembling a bush; thick and shaggy: bushy whiskers.
2. full of or overgrown with bushes.
[1350–1400]
bush′i•ly, adv.
bush′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bushy - used of hair; thick and poorly groomed; "bushy locks"; "a shaggy beard"
ungroomed - not neat and smart in appearance; "he was wrinkled and ungroomed, with a two-day beard"; "ungroomed hair"
2.bushy - resembling a bush in being thickly branched and spreading
branchy - having many branches; "a branchy tree trunk"

bushy

Translations
مُدغل، كَثيفُ الحاجِبَيْن
huňatýhustý
busket
loîinn
sık ve gür

bushy

[ˈbʊʃɪ] ADJ (bushier (compar) (bushiest (superl))) [plant] → parecido a un arbusto; [ground] → lleno de arbustos; [hair] → espeso, tupido; [beard, eyebrows] → poblado

bushy

[ˈbʊʃi ˈbʊʃi] adj
[eyebrows] → broussailleux/euse, touffu(e); [tail] → touffu(e)
[plant] → épais(se)

bushy

adj (+er)buschig

bushy

[ˈbʊʃɪ] adj (plant, tail, beard) → folto/a; (eyebrows) → irsuto/a

bush

(buʃ) noun
1. a growing thing between a tree and a plant in size. a rose bush.
2. (in Australia, Africa etc) wild uncultivated country.
ˈbushy adjective
thick and spreading. bushy eyebrows; a bushy tail.
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