Synonyms of plant in English

: plant1plant2

plant1


See definition of plant

noun

1‘a pot plant’

SYNONYMS

herb, flower, vegetable, shrub, weed

greenery, flora, vegetation, undergrowth

rare herbage, verdure

2‘we thought he was a CIA plant spreading disinformation’

SYNONYMS

spy, informant, informer, undercover agent, secret agent, agent, mole, infiltrator, operative

North American informal spook


verb

1‘plant the seeds this autumn and they will flower next summer’

SYNONYMS

sow, scatter, seed, put in the ground

bed out, set out, transplant

2‘he planted his feet more firmly on the ground’

SYNONYMS

put, place, set, position, station, situate, settle, stick, fix

informal plonk

3‘someone had planted the idea in Alexander's mind’

SYNONYMS

insert, impress, imprint, instil, put, place

implant, introduce, sow the seeds of, fix, establish, embed, root, lodge

4‘the letters might have been planted there to embarrass the government’

SYNONYMS

hide, place secretly, conceal, secrete


Synonyms of plant in English

: plant1plant2

plant2


See definition of plant

noun

1‘the plant commenced production in June’

SYNONYMS

factory, works, foundry, mill, workshop, shop, yard, industrial unit, business unit

2‘there has been inadequate investment in new plant’

SYNONYMS

machinery, machines, equipment, apparatus, appliances, gear