rosebed

rosebed

(ˈrəʊzbɛd)
n
a part of a garden where roses grow
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Translations

rosebed

[ˈrəʊzbed] Nrosaleda f
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

rosebed

[ˈrəʊzbɛd] nmassif m de rosiers
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rosebed

[ˈrəʊzˌbɛd] nrosaio, roseto
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In a corruption, however, one thing is transformed into something else entirely, resulting in an alteration of its essence, such as a rosebed becoming mere thorns and thistles (23.12).
They added a formal rosebed and used the foundations of the wartime Anderson air-raid shelter as a cold frame and also built a greenhouse.
There he spies the rosebed containing, among other lovely blooms, the bud which he will choose to love.
ever-congenial, must be dreading this coming Wednesday when he plays host to a rabble of national newspaper journalists, including the one responsible for driving, albeit accidentally, across a Seven Barrows rosebed this time last year.
Q IS now a good time to move my azalea into a pot as it is being crowded out in my rosebed?
The story turned out to be apocryphal, but that didn't keep it from spreading: A Columbia, South Carolina, newspaper repeated it but moved the rosebed to Georgia.
People have now dispensed with neat avenues terminated by a classical urn and preferred huge flower borders with the god Mercury playing a silent ditty in a rosebed.
Later he showed me outside the window and all that was there was a rosebed.
The mature trees which were in Victoria Square were planted by local school children in 1947 (according to Remember When) and the rosebeds there were delightful, yet I was told rather than re-plant them elsewhere in the town, they were shredded!
On the site of a former rose-growing nursery, each home is nestled in a spacious plot, surrounded by picturesque mature trees, rosebeds and immaculately landscaped plazas.
It was Service Birmingham's second visit to the residents' gardens - the first was last winter when the rosebeds were planted.
For example, lilies sprouting from rosebeds and canalilies are compared with the sprouting of tombstones from pavements, and the life-affirming act of eating is strangely linked with the morbid image of the corpse of the dead lion in "Limits VII".