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seed [the ~] noun

  1. the seed (pip; stone)
    die Nuß; der Kern; der Stein; der Fruchtkern
  2. the seed (germ; seeds)
    der Keim; der Samen
  3. the seed (sperm; semen)
    Sperma; der Samen
  4. the seed
  5. the seed
    – An initial value used to generate pseudorandom numbers. 1

to seed verb (seeds, seeded, seeding)

  1. to seed
    – To add a database, either a blank database or a copy of the production database, to the storage group copy. This becomes the baseline database for the passive copy of the storage group. 1

Conjugations for seed:

  1. seed
  2. seed
  3. seeds
  4. seed
  5. seed
  6. seed
simple past
  1. seeded
  2. seeded
  3. seeded
  4. seeded
  5. seeded
  6. seeded
present perfect
  1. have seeded
  2. have seeded
  3. has seeded
  4. have seeded
  5. have seeded
  6. have seeded
past continuous
  1. was seeding
  2. were seeding
  3. was seeding
  4. were seeding
  5. were seeding
  6. were seeding
  1. shall seed
  2. will seed
  3. will seed
  4. shall seed
  5. will seed
  6. will seed
continuous present
  1. am seeding
  2. are seeding
  3. is seeding
  4. are seeding
  5. are seeding
  6. are seeding
  1. be seeded
  2. be seeded
  3. be seeded
  4. be seeded
  5. be seeded
  6. be seeded
  1. seed!
  2. let's seed!
  3. seeded
  4. seeding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for seed:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Fruchtkern pip; seed; stone
Keim germ; seed; seeds basic rule; basic thought; basis; fundamental idea; initial concept; principle; rule of life
Kern pip; seed; stone bone; bone marrow; center; centre; core; crux; essence; heart; inner; inner side; inside; interior; kernel; marrow; pip; pit; pith; stone
Nuß pip; seed; stone
Saatgut seed sowing-seed
Samen germ; seed; seeds; semen; sperm
Sperma seed; semen; sperm
Stein pip; seed; stone boulder; cobbles; cobblestone; pebble; rock; rock formation; stone; stones
- come; cum; ejaculate; germ; seeded player; semen; seminal fluid; source
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Seeding ausführen seed
- sow
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Startwert seed
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- corn; semen; sowing

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Synonyms for "seed":

Related Definitions for "seed":

  1. the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract2
  2. anything that provides inspiration for later work2
  3. one of the outstanding players in a tournament2
  4. a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa2
  5. a small hard fruit2
  6. remove the seeds from2
    • seed grapes2
  7. inoculate with microorganisms2
  8. sprinkle with silver iodide particles to disperse and cause rain2
    • seed clouds2
  9. distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds2
  10. place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth2
    • She sowed sunflower seeds2
  11. go to seed; shed seeds2
    • The dandelions went to seed2
  12. bear seeds2
  13. help (an enterprise) in its early stages of development by providing seed money2
  14. To add a database, either a blank database or a copy of the production database, to the storage group copy. This becomes the baseline database for the passive copy of the storage group.1
  15. An initial value used to generate pseudorandom numbers.1

Wiktionary Translations for seed:

  1. fertilized grain
  2. precursor
  3. semen
  4. offspring, descendants, progeny
  1. ohne Plural: eine Menge von Samen
  2. vielzelliger Fortpflanzungskörper der Samenpflanzen
  3. meist Plural: vielzelliger Fortpflanzungskörper der Samenpflanzen
  4. trockene, ruhende Fortpflanzungsorgane wie Samen, Früchte, Scheinfrüchte, Fruchtstände oder Teile davon
  5. -
  6. Pflanzensamen, die zum Aussäen bestimmt sind
  7. übertragen: zur Weiterentwicklung gedachte Ideen, Arbeiten oder Personen
  8. allgemein, übertragen: Anfang, Beginn, erstes Anzeichen
  1. junge Pflanzen, Stecklinge in Erde oder anderes Substrat pflanzen
  1. ausstreuend oder setzend Saatgut in den dafür vorbereiteten Boden bringen

Cross Translation:
seed Stein; Kern pit — zaadhoudende kern van verschillende vruchten
seed Samen zaad — een bevruchte kiem waaruit een nieuwe plant van dezelfde soort groeit
seed Samen; Sperma zaad — zaadcellen uit de mannelijke geslachtsorganen van een mens of een dier
seed Samen amandon — amande
seed Samen; Same; Korn graine — Ovule fécondé qui donne de nouvelles plantes après dispersion et germination.
seed Samen; Sperma; Same semencegrain que l’on semer. — note : Il se dit particulièrement du froment, du seigle, de l’orge, de l’avoine et de quelques autres céréales.
seed Samen; Sperma sperme — physiologie|fr liquide émis lors de l’éjaculation et produit par les organes génital masculins. Il contient des spermatozoïdes en suspension dans le liquide séminal.

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