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英 [strɔ:] 美 [strɔ]
He put some grass in the manger.
The wet grass sparkles in the sun.
The long drought scorched the grass.
The hillside is covered by grass and flowers in summer.
The grass was covered with frost in the early morning.
The bird is building a nest of straw and twigs.
The grass was wet with dew.
European perennial grass widely cultivated for pasture and hay and as a lawn grass.
No grass in the world could be greener than grass on the grassland.
The windows overlooked a lawn of tall waving grass.
Mr. Dambar watched her plough through the grass.
The grass in the yard was waist high.
Let's slide down this grassy slope.
Dirt bike trails crisscrossed the grassy furrows.
The frozen grass crunching beneath his feet
The plant naturalises well in grass.
The grass grew thick and velvety.
A meadow of low brush and grass
A patch of uncut grass
This kind of grass grows crawling on the ground.
The grass withered because there was no water.
The grass is in need of cutting.
The grass waved in the wind.
This kind of grass grows apace.
The grass glistened with dewdrops.
They kept the grass short.
Fage bound the grasses together.
Muddy grass and small gray mounds of melting snow.
I was chosen for grass, trees and leaves.