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tree

noun /triː/
the largest kind of plant, with a thick, firm, wooden stem and branches
árbol
We have three apple trees growing in our garden.
treetop noun the top of a tree
copa de un árbol
the birds in the treetops.
tree-trunk noun the trunk of a tree.
tronco de árbol
tree line noun the height above which trees cannot grow.
límite del arbolado, límite de la vegetación arbórea
Translations of “tree”
in Korean 나무…
in Arabic شَجَرة…
in French arbre…
in Italian albero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樹,樹木, 喬木, (沒有木質樹幹的)樹…
in Russian дерево…
in Turkish ağaç…
in Polish drzewo…
in Portuguese árvore…
in German der Baum…
in Catalan arbre…
in Japanese 木…
in Chinese (Simplified) 树,树木, 乔木, (没有木质树干的)树…
(Definition of tree from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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