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red clover

n.
A Eurasian plant (Trifolium pratense) having trifoliolate leaves and globular heads of fragrant rose-purple flowers, widely naturalized in North America and frequently planted as a forage or cover crop.
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red clover

n
(Plants) a leguminous plant, Trifolium pratense, native to Europe and Asia, frequently planted as a forage crop. It has fragrant red flowers and three-lobed compound leaves
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red′ clo′ver


n.
a clover, Trifolium pratense, that has red flowers and is grown for forage.
[before 900; Old English, Middle English]
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Noun1.red clover - erect to decumbent short-lived perennial having red-purple to pink flowersred clover - erect to decumbent short-lived perennial having red-purple to pink flowers; the most commonly grown forage clover
clover, trefoil - a plant of the genus Trifolium
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Translations

red clover

n (bot) trébol rojo
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