seed

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Noun[change]

Singular
seed

Plural
seeds

  1. A seed is a small round thing that can grow to be a plant, a flower or a tree.
    She put the seeds into the ground in the garden so that food and flowers would grow.

Verb[change]

Plain form
seed

Third-person singular
seeds

Past tense
seeded

Past participle
seeded

Present participle
seeding

  1. To plant seeds in an area.
    I'm going to seed the garden so vegetables grow there.