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oak

noun [C or U]     /əʊk/ US  /oʊk/
a large tree that is common especially in northern countries, or the hard wood of this tree 橡樹;櫟樹;橡木;櫟木 a mighty oak 巨大的橡樹 The timbers of those old sailing ships were mainly oak. 製造那些老帆船的木料主要是橡木。 an oak table/cupboard 橡木桌/櫥 Types of woodDeciduous trees
Translations of “oak”
in Arabic شَجَرة السِنْديان…
in Korean 오크나무…
in Malaysian pokok oak…
in French chêne…
in Turkish meşe, meşe ağacı…
in Italian quercia…
in Russian дуб…
in Polish dąb…
in Vietnamese cây sồi…
in Spanish roble…
in Portuguese carvalho…
in Thai ต้นโอ๊ก…
in German die Eiche…
in Catalan roure…
in Japanese オーク(ナラ、カシ、クヌギなどの総称)…
in Indonesian pohon eik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 橡树, 栎树, 橡木…
(Definition of oak from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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