What is the collective noun for Cars?
- A fleet of cars
- A stack of cars
- A line of cars
Fleet: A group of buses, taxis, and cars are traveling together.
Stack: Its means a lot of something like cars.
Line: A row of things next to each other or behind each other.
Definition of Car:
What is the collective noun for Flowers?
The collective noun for flowers are:
You can say:
- A bed of flowers
- A bouquet of flowers
- A bunch of flowers
- A nosegay of flowers
- A garden of flowers
Bed: An area of ground in a garden/yard or park for growing flowers.
Bouquet: A bunch of flowers arranged in an attractive way so that it can be carried in a ceremony.
Bunch: A large amount of something.
Nosegay: A small bunch of flowers.
Garden: A piece of land next to or around your house where you can grow flowers.
Definition of flower:
A colored part of a plant from which seeds developed.
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