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orchard

noun [C] uk   /ˈɔː.tʃəd/  us   /ˈɔːr.tʃɚd/
an area of land where fruit trees (but not orange trees or other citrus trees) are grown: an apple/cherry orchard
Translations of “orchard”
in Arabic بُسْتان…
in Korean 과수원…
in Malaysian dusun…
in French verger…
in Turkish meyve bahçesi…
in Italian frutteto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 果園…
in Russian фруктовый сад…
in Polish sad…
in Vietnamese vườn cây ăn quả…
in Spanish huerto…
in Portuguese pomar…
in Thai สวนผลไม้…
in German der Obstgarten…
in Catalan hort d’arbres fruiters…
in Japanese 果樹園…
in Indonesian kebun buah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 果园…
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