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beechnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /biːtʃ/
a tree with a smooth, grey trunk and small nuts, or the wood from this tree: a row of beeches a chair made of beech a beech floor/hedge
Translations of “beech”
in Arabic شَجَرة الزان…
in Korean 너도밤나무…
in Malaysian pokok bic, kayu bic…
in French hêtre…
in Turkish kayın ağacı…
in Italian faggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 山毛櫸…
in Russian бук…
in Polish buk…
in Vietnamese cây sồi, gỗ sồi…
in Spanish haya…
in Portuguese faia…
in Thai ต้นบีช ต้นไม้ชนิดหนึ่งในเขตหนาว, ไม้บีช…
in German die Buche, das Buchenholz…
in Catalan faig…
in Japanese ブナ(の木)…
in Indonesian pohon besar, kayu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 山毛榉…
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