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pruneverb [T]

uk   us   /pruːn/
to cut off branches from a tree, bush, or plant, especially so that it will grow better in future: She spent the afternoon pruning roses. to reduce something by removing things that are not necessary: Arco has reacted to the loss in revenue by pruning (back) its expansion plans. I felt his essay needed a little pruning.

prunenoun [C]

uk   us   /pruːn/
a dried plum
Traducciones de “prune”
en árabe بَرقوق مُجفّف…
en coreano 말린 자두…
in Malaysian mencantas…
en francés émonder, tailler…
en turco budamak…
en italiano prugna secca…
en chino (tradicionál) 修剪(樹枝), 刪除,刪節…
en ruso подрезать (ветви)…
en polaco przycinać…
in Vietnamese xén, tỉa…
en español podar…
en portugués ameixa seca…
in Thai ตัดแต่ง…
en alemán beschneiden…
en catalán pruna de confitar…
en japonés プルーン, 干しスモモ…
in Indonesian memangkas…
en chino (simplificado) 修剪(树枝), 删除,删节…
(Definition of prune from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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