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conifer

noun /ˈkonifə, (American) ˈka-/
a cone-bearing tree, eg the fir
conífera
The larch tree is a conifer.
coniferous adjective cone-bearing
conífero
a coniferous plant/tree.
Translations of “conifer”
in French conifère…
in German der Nadelbaum…
in Chinese (Traditional) 針葉樹…
in Russian хвойное дерево…
in Turkish yaz kış yeşil olan kozalaklı ağaç…
in Chinese (Simplified) 针叶树…
in Polish drzewo iglaste…
(Definition of conifer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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