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Translation of "maple" - English-Spanish dictionary

maple

noun   /ˈmeɪ·pl/
a tree that has colourful leaves in the autumn and produces a substance like sugar arce a maple leaf pancakes with maple syrup
(Definition of maple from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

maple

noun /ˈmeipəl/
a tree with leaves that have five points and turn red or yellow in the autumn/fall. It grows mainly in northern countries such as Canada. arce azucarero,maple
the wood of the maple tree. madera de arce
(Definition of maple from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “maple”
in Korean 단풍 나무…
in Arabic شَجرة القَيقَب…
in Malaysian mapel, kayu mapel…
in Russian клен…
in Chinese (Traditional) 楓樹,槭樹…
in Italian acero…
in Turkish akçaağaç…
in Polish klon…
in Vietnamese cây phong, gỗ phong…
in Portuguese bordo, ácer…
in Thai ต้นเมเปิ้ล, ไม้ของต้นเมเปิ้ล…
in Catalan auró…
in Japanese カエデ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 槭树,枫树…
in Indonesian pohon maple, kayu maple…
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