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wood

noun
 
 
/wʊd/
MATERIAL [C, U] A2 the hard material that trees are made of: a piece of woodTypes of wood
AREA [C] ( also woods [plural]) A2 a large area of trees growing near each other: We went for a walk in the woods.Forestry
Translations of “wood”
in Korean 나무, 숲…
in Arabic خَشَب, غابة…
in French (de) bois, bois…
in Turkish odun, ağaçlık, koru…
in Italian legno, bosco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 材料, 木頭, 木材…
in Russian дерево, древесина, лес…
in Polish drewno, drzewo, las…
in Spanish madera, bosque, palo de madera…
in Portuguese madeira, lenha, bosque…
in German das Holz, Holz-…, der Wald…
in Catalan fusta, bosc…
in Japanese 木材, 林, 森…
in Chinese (Simplified) 材料, 木头, 木材…
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