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Translation of "pine" - English-Spanish dictionary

pine

noun /pain/
any of several kinds of evergreen trees with cones (ˈpine-cones) and needlelike leaves ( pine-needles). pino its wood pino The table is made of pine (also adjective) a pine table.
Translations of “pine”
in Arabic شَجرة الصَنَوْبَر…
in Korean 소나무…
in Malaysian pokok pain, kayu pain…
in French pin, (de) pin…
in Turkish çam ağacı, çam kerestesi…
in Italian pino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 松樹, 松木…
in Russian сосна, сосновая древесина…
in Polish sosna…
in Vietnamese cây thông, gỗ thông…
in Portuguese pinheiro…
in Thai ต้นสน, ไม้สน…
in German die Kiefer, das Kiefernholz, Kiefern-……
in Catalan pi…
in Japanese 松…
in Indonesian tusam, pohon cemara, kayu tusam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 松树, 松木…
(Definition of pine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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