English to Italian Meaning :: bloomer

Bloomer :
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Noun(1) a flower that blooms in a particular way(2) an embarrassing mistake

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(1) This repeat bloomer also can be trained into intricate shapes.(2) An old classic June bloomer in cooler areas, ÔÇÿLord of JuneÔÇÖ tall bearded iris, may open in April or May in the South.(3) See, I was not just a late bloomer, I was a very late bloomer .(4) But if you see a new scape rising at the base of a blooming plant, the plant is a repeat bloomer .(5) Recently our bickering politicians committed a bloomer .(6) This early summer bloomer native to Tibet is like no other.(7) By modern, cult-of-youth standards, Burgess was a late bloomer as a writer, not getting published until he was 35.(8) But the government has its pride; it is yet to admit that it had committed a bloomer which needs to be rectified posthaste.(9) At 30, he is a rarity - a late bloomer who only began to make his mark at an age when most of his contemporaries have had enough of chalk dust and limb stretching.(10) Lives do not always proceed in predictable patterns, and we may have a choice between a classic late bloomer who has just reached his powers, and a morning glory, who hit his peak early and has not matched it since.(11) So, if your daughter is a ÔÇÿlate bloomer ,ÔÇÖ it doesn't necessarily mean there's something wrong with her.(12) he was a late bloomer(13) I'd prefer to think of Maggie as a late bloomer , one of those bored, too-bright-for-their-own-good students so advanced that their minds wander to loftier thoughts.(14) To doubt this fact is to commit a bloomer .(15) I was, obviously, a late bloomer , and I thought I would never change.(16) My mom said I was a late bloomer because I didn't start actually ÔÇÿlikingÔÇÖ boys till I was in 7th grade.
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(1) late bloomer ::
Late Bloomer
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Noun
1. boo-boo ::
Boo Boo
2. bungle ::
pasticciare
3. pratfall ::
pratfall
4. botch ::
pasticcio
5. flub ::
flub
6. boner ::
errore marchiano
7. blunder ::
abbaglio
8. fuckup ::
fuckup
9. blooper ::
errore
10. foul-up ::
inquinare
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bloomer
English to Italian Dictionary: bloomer

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