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broadleaf

[ brawd-leef ]
/ ˈbrɔdˌlif /
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noun, plural broad·leaves [brawd-leevz]. /ˈbrɔdˌlivz/.
any of several cigar tobaccos having broad leaves.
adjective
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Origin of broadleaf

1750–60; back formation from broadleafed.See broad, leaf, -ed3
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British Dictionary definitions for broadleaf

broadleaf
/ (ˈbrɔːdˌliːf) /

noun plural -leaves
any tobacco plant having broad leaves, used esp in making cigars
Also called: kapuka, papauma, puka NZ an evergreen tree with large glossy leaves
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