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Meaning of “prune” - Learner’s Dictionary

prune

verb [T]     /pruːn/
If you prune a tree or bush, you cut off some of the branches or flowers to help it grow better.Cutting and stabbingGardening - general words
Translations of “prune”
in Arabic تَقليم…
in Korean 잘라내다…
in Malaysian mencantas…
in French émonder, tailler…
in Turkish budamak…
in Italian potare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 修剪(樹枝), 刪除,刪節…
in Russian подрезать (ветви)…
in Polish przycinać…
in Vietnamese xén, tỉa…
in Spanish podar…
in Portuguese podar…
in Thai ตัดแต่ง…
in German beschneiden…
in Catalan podar, esporgar…
in Japanese (木の枝)を剪(せん)定する, 切る…
in Indonesian memangkas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 修剪(树枝), 删除,删节…
(Definition of prune verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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