Definitions and translations for "kudzu vine"

Definition of kudzu vine

1. Fast-growing vine from eastern Asia having tuberous starchy roots and hairy trifoliate leaves and racemes of purple flowers followed by long hairy pods containing many seeds; grown for fodder and forage and root starch; widespread in the southern United States.
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English - English - kudzu vine

species of climbing vine that originated in China and Japan (now widely cultivated in the United States for fodder, fiber, and as a means of preventing erosion)

English - French - kudzu vine

vigne kudzu, variété de vignes grimpantes originaire de la Chine ou du Japon cultivée aussi de nos jours au Etats-Unis pour son fourrage, sa fibre

English - German - kudzu vine

Kudzu Pflanze, asiatische Kletterpflanze aus China und Japan stammend (heutzutage in den USA gezüchtet und u.a. als Trockenfutter eingesetzt)

English - Italian - kudzu vine

vite kudzu, vite rampicante originaria della Cina e Giappone (ora ampiamente coltivata negli Stati Uniti per il foraggio, le fibre e nella prevenzione dell'erosione)

English - Dutch - kudzu vine

soort klimmende wingerd dat zijn oorsprong vindt in China en Japan (nu algemeen gecultiveerd in V.S. voor veevoer, vezel, en als middel tegen preventie)
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