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Spanish translation of “wood”

wood

noun /wud/
(also adjective) (of) the material of which the trunk and branches of trees are composed
madera
My desk is (made of) wood She gathered some wood for the fire I like the smell of a wood fire.
(often in plural) a group of growing trees
bosque
They went for a walk in the woods.
a golf-club whose head is made of wood.
palo de madera
wooded adjective (of land) covered with trees
arbolado
a wooded hillside.
wooden adjective made of wood
de madera
three wooden chairs.
woody adjective covered with trees
arbolado
woody countryside.
(of a smell etc) of or like wood
leñoso
the woody smell of truffles.
wood carving noun the art of carving wood.
tallado en madera
woodcut noun a print made by pressing a block of wood with design cut on it onto paper.
grabado en madera
woodcutter noun a person whose job is felling trees.
leñador
woodland noun land covered with woods
bosque
a stretch of woodland.
woodlouse noun (plural woodlice) a tiny creature with a jointed shell, found under stones etc.
cochinilla
woodpecker noun a type of bird which pecks holes in the bark of trees, searching for insects.
pájaro carpintero
wood pulp noun pulp from wood that can be used for making paper.
pulpa de madera
woodwind /-wind/ noun (music) (in an orchestra, the group of people who play) wind instruments made of wood.
instrumentos de viento de madera
woodwork noun the art of making things from wood; carpentry
carpintería
He did woodwork at school.
the wooden part of any structure
maderaje
The woodwork in the house is rotting.
woodworm noun (plurals woodworm, woodworms) the larva of a certain type of beetle, which bores into wood and destroys it.
carcoma
out of the wood(s) out of danger
estar a salvo
They’re not out of the woods yet – there are still a lot of enemy tropps in the surrounding areas.
(Definition of wood from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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