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hazel

noun uk   us   /ˈheɪ.zəl/

hazel noun (TREE)

[C] a small tree that produces nuts that can be eaten

hazel noun (COLOUR)

[U] a greenish-brown or yellowish-brown colour

hazel

adjective uk   us   /ˈheɪ.zəl/
(especially of eyes) greenish-brown or yellowish-brown in colour
Translations of “hazel”
in Vietnamese cây phỉ…
in Spanish avellano…
in Thai ต้นไม้เล็ก ๆ ชนิดหนึ่งในตระกูล Corylus…
in Malaysian pokok hazel…
in French noisetier…
in German der Haselnußstrauch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 榛樹…
in Indonesian berangan…
in Russian орехового цвета…
in Turkish ela…
in Chinese (Simplified) 榛树…
in Polish piwny…
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