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deciduous

adjective uk   us   /dɪˈsɪd.ju.əs/ specialized
A deciduous tree loses its leaves in autumn and grows new ones in the spring.
Translations of “deciduous”
in Vietnamese kỳ rụng lá…
in Spanish de hoja caduca…
in Thai ซึ่งผลัดใบ…
in Malaysian meluruhkan daun…
in French décidu…
in German Laub-……
in Chinese (Traditional) (樹木)落葉的…
in Indonesian rontok…
in Russian лиственный…
in Turkish sonbaharda yapraklarını döken…
in Chinese (Simplified) (树木)落叶的…
in Polish zrzucający liście, liściasty…
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