Greenhouse vs Jn - What's the difference?

greenhouse | jn |


As a noun greenhouse

is a building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic.

As a preposition jn is

by (agent of a passive construction).

greenhouse

Noun

(en noun)
  • A building traditionally made of glass, but now also made from plastics such as polyethylene, in which plants are grown more rapidly than outside such a building by the action of heat from the sun, this heat being trapped inside by the glass or plastic.
  • Usage notes

    : In the UK, greenhouse is the term used domestically. Large commercial greenhouses are called glasshouses by professionals.

    Synonyms

    * glasshouse (chiefly commercial)

    Derived terms

    * greenhouse bug * greenhouse effect * greenhouse gas

    See also

    * cloche * hothouse * orangery * polytunnel

    Noun

    (f)
  • Synonyms

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    jn

    English

    Abbreviation

    (Abbreviation) (head)
  • June
  • Gospel of John
  • Synonyms

    * Jun

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