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undergrowth

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈʌndəɡrəʊθ/
short plants and bushes that grow around trees
ağaç altı bitki ve çalılar, fazla büyümeyen bitkiler
ForestryTypes of plant
Translations of “undergrowth”
in Arabic نَباتات صَغْيرة تَنْمو حَوْل الأشْجار…
in Korean 관목…
in Malaysian tumbuhan bawah…
in French sous-bois…
in Italian sottobosco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 林下灌叢, 林下植物…
in Russian подлесок…
in Polish podszycie (leśne)…
in Vietnamese bụi cây thấp…
in Spanish maleza, monte bajo…
in Portuguese vegetação rasteira…
in Thai พุ่มไม้…
in German das Unterholz…
in Catalan sotabosc…
in Japanese (森の中の)下ばえ…
in Indonesian semak belukar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 林下灌丛, 林下植物…
(Definition of undergrowth from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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