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Translation of "cedar" - English-Spanish dictionary

cedar

noun   /ˈsiː·dər/
a tall tree with leaves that do not fall off in winter, or the red wood of this tree cedro
(Definition of cedar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cedar

noun /ˈsiːdə/
a cone-bearing evergreen tree cedro A line of cedars blocked our view to the left.
(also cedarwood) its hard, sweet-smelling wood (madera de) cedro a chest made of cedar.
(Definition of cedar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cedar”
in Korean 삼나무…
in Arabic شَجرة الأرز…
in Malaysian pokok sedar, kayu sedar…
in French cèdre…
in Russian кедр…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪松, 雪松木…
in Italian cedro…
in Turkish sedir ağacı, bir tür çam…
in Polish cedr…
in Vietnamese cây tuyết tùng, gỗ cây tuyết tùng…
in Portuguese cedro…
in Thai ต้นซีดาร์, ไม้ซีดาร์…
in German die Zeder, das Zedernholz…
in Catalan cedre…
in Japanese レバノンスギ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪松, 雪松木…
in Indonesian tusam, kayu tusam…
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