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treenoun [C]

uk   /triː/ us   /triː/
A1 a tall plant that has a wooden trunk and branches that grow from its upper part: a plum/apple/chestnut tree an oak/elm/maple tree We sat under a tree for shade.
another type of tall plant, without a wooden trunk: palm trees

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treenoun [C]

us   /tri/
a tall plant that has a wooden trunk and branches growing from its upper part: a pine tree
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Translations of “tree”
in Korean 나무…
in Arabic شَجَرة…
in Malaysian pokok…
in French arbre…
in Russian дерево…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樹,樹木, 喬木, (沒有木質樹幹的)樹…
in Italian albero…
in Turkish ağaç…
in Polish drzewo…
in Spanish árbol…
in Vietnamese cây…
in Portuguese árvore…
in Thai ต้นไม้…
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…
in Indonesian pohon…
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