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UK [bʊʃ] / US noun
Word forms "bush":
singular bush plural bushes
1) [countable] a plant that is smaller than a tree and has a lot of thin branches growing close together

a holly/rose/currant bush

2) the bush areas in hot countries like Australia and Africa that are not used for growing crops. They are usually far from cities and very few people live there.
See:

English dictionary. 2014.

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