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Related to rosebay: rosebay willowherb
a. A large rhododendron (Rhododendron maximum) of eastern North America, having large glossy leaves and flowers with a white to rose-pink, bell-shaped corolla with green spots. Also called great laurel.
b. Any of several similar rhododendrons.
2. See oleander.
3. Chiefly British A fireweed.
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1. (Plants) US any of several rhododendrons, esp Rhododendron maximum of E North America
2. (Plants) rosebay willowherb a perennial onagraceous plant, Chamerion (formerly Epilobium) angustifolium, that has spikes of deep pink flowers and is widespread in open places throughout N temperate regions
3. (Plants) another name for oleander
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any of several rhododendrons, as the great laurel of E North America or Rhododendron macrophyllum, of the W coast of North America.
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|Noun||1.||rosebay - late-spring-blooming rhododendron of eastern North America having rosy to pink-purple flowers|
rhododendron - any shrub of the genus Rhododendron: evergreen shrubs or small shrubby trees having leathery leaves and showy clusters of campanulate (bell-shaped) flowers
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rosebay[ˈrəʊzbeɪ] N → adelfa f
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rosebay[ˈrəʊzˌbeɪ] n (Bot) rosebay willowherb → camenerio, epilobio
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