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tree

noun [C]
 
 
/triː/
a tall plant which has a wooden trunk and branches that grow from its upper part
树,树木;乔木
a plum/apple/chestnut tree
李子/苹果/栗子树
We sat under a tree for shade.
我们坐在树下乘凉。
Forestry
another type of tall plant, without a wooden trunk
(没有木质树干的)树
palm trees
棕榈树
Plants and animals - general words
Translations of “tree”
in Arabic شَجَرة…
in Korean 나무…
in Malaysian pokok…
in French arbre…
in Turkish ağaç…
in Italian albero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樹,樹木, 喬木, (沒有木質樹幹的)樹…
in Russian дерево…
in Polish drzewo…
in Vietnamese cây…
in Spanish árbol…
in Portuguese árvore…
in Thai ต้นไม้…
in German der Baum…
in Catalan arbre…
in Japanese 木…
in Indonesian pohon…
(Definition of tree from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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