Zea Mays Leaf (monocot) ( Corn Leaf Cross Section #1)

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Leaf

leaf (lēf ),USA pronunciation  n., pl.  leaves  (lēvz),USA pronunciation v. 
n. 
  1. one of the expanded, usually green organs borne by the stem of a plant.
  2. any similar or corresponding lateral outgrowth of a stem.
  3. a petal: a rose leaf.
  4. leaves collectively;
    foliage.
  5. [Bibliog.]a unit generally comprising two printed, blank, or illustrated pages of a book, one on each side.
  6. a thin sheet of metal: silver leaf.
  7. a lamina or layer.
  8. a sliding, hinged, or detachable flat part, as of a door or tabletop.
  9. a section of a drawbridge.
  10. a single strip of metal in a leaf spring.
  11. a tooth of a small gear wheel, as of a pinion.
  12. See  leaf fat. 
  13. shaft (def. 14).
  14. in leaf, covered with foliage;
    having leaves: the pale green tint of the woods newly in leaf.
  15. take a leaf out of or from someone's book, to follow someone's example;
    imitate: Some countries that took a leaf out of American industry's book are now doing very well for themselves.
  16. turn over a new leaf, to begin anew;
    make a fresh start: Every New Year's we make resolutions to turn over a new leaf.

v.i. 
  1. to put forth leaves.
  2. to turn pages, esp. quickly (usually fol. by through): to leaf through a book.

v.t. 
  1. to thumb or turn, as the pages of a book or magazine, in a casual or cursory inspection of the contents.
leafless, adj. 
leaflike′, adj. 

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