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redwood

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈredwʊd/
a very tall tree that grows on the west coast of the US, or the wood of this treeTypes of evergreen and coniferous tree
Translations of “redwood”
in Korean 미국 삼나무…
in Arabic خَشب أحمَر…
in Portuguese sequoia…
in Catalan sequoia…
in Japanese アメリカスギ, セコイア…
in Italian sequoia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紅杉, 紅木…
in Russian красное дерево, калифорнийское мамонтово дерево…
in Turkish kızılağaç…
in Chinese (Simplified) 红杉, 红木…
in Polish sekwoja…
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