flowers is the plural form of flower.

flower

 
flower
noun
1. (botany) 
a. la flor (F) 
The rose is the flower of love.La rosa es la flor del amor.
2. (literary) (best part) 
a. la flor (F) 
I have to accept that I'm not in the flower of my youth anymore.Tengo que aceptar que ya no estoy en la flor de mi juventud.
intransitive verb
3. (to bloom) 
a. florecer 
Tulips plants flower in the spring.Los tulipanes florecen en primavera.
flower
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la flor (F) 
2. (fig) 
in the first flower of youthen la flor de la juventud
flower arrangingarte or decoración floral
flower gardenjardín floral
flower girldama de honor de corta edad que lleva un ramo de flores en una boda
flower powermovimiento pacifista hippie
flower showexposición de flores
intransitive verb
3. (plant) 
a. florecer 
flower [ˈflaʊəʳ]
noun
1 (Bot) flor (f)
in flower en flor
2 (best)
the flower of the army la flor y nata del ejército; she was in the flower of her youth estaba en la flor de la vida
intransitive verb
florecer
modifier
flower arrangement (n) (exhibit) (on table) arreglo (m) floral; (in park) adorno (m) floral; (art)
flower arranging See culture box in entry flower.
flower arranging (n) arte (m) floral
She had been interested in flower arranging since leaving school ...a course in flower arranging
flower child (n) (hippy) hippy (m); hippie (m)
flower garden (n) jardín (m) (de flores)
flower head (n) cabezuela (f)
flower people (n) hippies (m)
flower power (n) filosofía (f) hippy
flower seller (n) florista (m); vendedoravendedora (m) (f) de flores;a vendedora
flower shop (n) floristería (f); tienda (f) de flores
flower show (n) exposición (f) de flores
flower stall (n) puesto (m) de flores
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