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pine

noun uk   /paɪn/ us  
B2 [C or U] ( also pine tree) an evergreen tree (= one that never loses its leaves) that grows in cooler areas of the world: a plantation of pines a pine forest [U] the wood of pine trees, usually pale in colour: pine furniture Pine is a softwood.
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piny
adjective uk ( also piney)   /ˈpaɪ.ni/ us  

pine

verb [I] uk   /paɪn/ us  
( also pine away) to become increasingly thin and weak because of unhappiness, especially after the death of a loved person: Carter died in 1904 after an accident and Leno pined away and died six months later.
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Traducciones de “pine”
en coreano 소나무…
en árabe شَجرة الصَنَوْبَر…
en francés pin, (de) pin…
en turco çam ağacı, çam kerestesi…
en italiano pino…
en chino (tradicionál) 松樹, 松木…
en ruso сосна, сосновая древесина…
en polaco sosna…
en español pino…
en portugués pinheiro…
en alemán die Kiefer, das Kiefernholz, Kiefern-……
en catalán pi…
en japonés 松…
en chino (simplificado) 松树, 松木…
(Definition of pine from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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