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"the dry bloom"

what does it suppose to mean"The dry bloom"
and how to using this phrase?
and is this common to use it

For learning: Chinese (Mandarin)
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    Funny - something similar was asked a few days ago: In the text of that question, it was used to describe some dust, but in a very imaginative/poetic/descriptive way.
    It can mean a dry flower. Without context though, it is not clear which it means.
    To me - it is not a phrase. It is just two words, and it is not at all common to use.

    give the sentence where you found it

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