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Trees

Meanings and phrases

fruit trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They planted fruit trees and vegetables, and raised cattle.
  • In the next hundred lines Virgil treats forest and fruit trees.
  • Economic damage to fruit trees has bas been particularly devastating.

trees and shrubs

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The yard is planted with mature trees and shrubs.
  • The larvae feed on various deciduous trees and shrubs.
  • The money was used to buy trees and shrubs for the park.

palm trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Lots of greenery with densely covered palm trees.
  • In the Sahara region, some oases have palm trees.
  • The Al-Ahsa region boasts over 30 million palm trees.

pine trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • "Bay boletes" may be found beneath the pine trees.
  • The summit of the hill features a grove of pine trees.
  • 10), the Mission's Norfolk pine trees (VHL No.

oak trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • There are 11 oak trees that are about 500 years old.
  • The larvae feed on the leaves of oak trees.
  • The many oak trees in the cemetery is how Oak Ridge got its name.

mature trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Broadly the grounds are grassed with mature trees.
  • The yard is planted with mature trees and shrubs.
  • The neighborhood is lined with a canopy of mature trees.

clusters of trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Out of the forested land, 2.3% of the total land area is heavily forested and 3.9% is covered with orchards or small clusters of trees.
  • Out of the forested land, 95.5% of the total land area is heavily forested and 2.5% is covered with orchards or small clusters of trees.
  • Out of the forested land, 86.3% of the total land area is heavily forested and 1.9% is covered with orchards or small clusters of trees.

olive trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is surrounded by woods of hazel and olive trees.
  • Its main crops are: almond, olive trees and vineyards.
  • Carob, fig, almond, and olive trees grow on these hills."

large trees

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E.g.
  • Some of garden's old large trees might be hundred years old.
  • The large trees include Scots pine, Austrian pine and coast redwood.
  • In the Philippines "M. magnifica" grows in the forks of large trees.

deciduous trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Larvae develop in dead wood of deciduous trees.
  • The larvae feed on various shrubs and deciduous trees.
  • The larvae feed on various deciduous trees and shrubs.

small trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Beavers fell small trees, especially young second-growth trees, for food.
  • This include hawthorn, bramble and there are various types of small trees.
  • It flies near the ground, twisting between and through grasses, small trees and bushes.

species of trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Many species of trees are found there as well as an abundant game.
  • Forty-two species of trees were measured in the "South Woods" in 2001.
  • Between 1935 and 1943, 28 species of trees were planted in Toro Negro.

trees such

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Larger trees such as Oak and Ash are regenerating in this area.
  • Extensive areas have been planted with non-climax trees such as pines.
  • They feed on figs, and the fruit of trees such as shimbillo and uvilla.

trees were planted

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  • Around the parterre, two rows of trees were planted.
  • The eucalyptus trees were planted in 1910.
  • Between 1935 and 1943, 28 species of trees were planted in Toro Negro.

many trees

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  • Sangok-ri has many trees and mountain streams.
  • Whites' Woods contains many trees native to Pennsylvania.
  • This temple is surrounded by many trees.

other trees

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  • Many other trees, such as Camelthorn, Makalani palms.
  • Several other trees were present, such as ginkgos and araucarias.
  • Images of the sky and other trees were reflected at various angles.

trees along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Hemlock trees along the creek's watercourse may account for the name.
  • Sargent planted specimen trees along the edges, many of which survive.
  • This was compensated by the planting of 300,000 mangrove trees along the road.

down trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • The winds knocked down trees and blew debris around.
  • They cut down trees and shaped the land into a working farm.
  • Wood is gathered by chopping down trees, and gold and stone are gathered by mining.

trees planted

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • This resulted in more than 10,000 trees planted.
  • The memorial trees planted (over 40 trees) became known as 'Annie's Arbour'.
  • Gardens in ancient Egypt were often surrounded by walls with trees planted in rows.

native trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Other native trees include ash, hackberry, and holly.
  • The protected bats pollinate and disperse the seeds of native trees.
  • For example, a farm in Mexico planted native trees on a paddock spanning .

trees and power

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Moderate winds downed trees and power lines in Pennsylvania, and one person died in the state.
  • It destroyed a mobile home, severely damaged another home, and downed several trees and power lines.
  • The snow and wind brought down trees and power lines, with PPL Electric Utilities reporting over 100,000 outages.

fallen trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • • Sale of unserviceable articles and fallen trees.
  • Several other roads were blocked by fallen trees.
  • Six people were injured by fallen trees.

tall trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • He's cut down the tall trees and left the monkeys."
  • They tend to choose tall trees, but not the tallest trees in the area.
  • The name Toolangi is an Aboriginal word meaning tall trees or stringy bark.

fig trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The Yara-ma-yha-who is said to live in fig trees.
  • 8), and two large Moreton Bay fig trees located in city parks (VHL Nos.
  • The reservoir is surrounded by brush box, coral tree, poplar and fig trees.

cherry trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • By April 2007, seventy cherry trees had been planted in Columbia Park.
  • In August 2001, ten of those cherry trees were planted at Columbia Park.
  • She had been growing cherry trees which bore abundant fruit that dated to 1923.

apple trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Red mason bees are excellent pollinators, particularly of apple trees.
  • The apple trees are the remains of an orchard which existed in the 19th century.
  • The soil, while sandy and a bit acid, supports potatoes, root crops and apple trees.

downed trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Strong winds downed trees and destroyed many advertisement signs.
  • Roughly 30,000 people lost power due to downed trees in the city of Ōita.
  • The high winds downed trees onto power lines, leaving areas without power.

trees grow

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Palms and acacia trees grow in the Sahelian region.
  • Red flowered trees grow in rows along the riverbank.
  • Modern "Eucommia" trees grow to about 15 m tall.

shrubs and trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • They also consume a great variety of shrubs and trees.
  • The small shrubs and trees are located at the periphery of the plateau.
  • The order includes shrubs and trees, together with many herbs and climbers.

coconut trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • It is known for its lush paddy fields and tall coconut trees.
  • It is a beach, with coconut trees, clear sands, and calm waters.
  • Its landscape is a mix of vast areas of coconut trees and many reefs.

including trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Many feed on economically important plants and stored plant products, including trees, cereals, tobacco, and dried fruits.
  • Conservation matters (including trees and listed buildings) and environmental issues are also the responsibility of the council.

old trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • The bark is dark grey, remaining smooth even on old trees.
  • Many very old trees become hollow as the dead heartwood decays.
  • Groves of large, old trees, primarily hardwoods, cover the grounds.

plants and trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Many of these plants and trees are located around Kikko Park.
  • It has an outdoor auditorium and indigenous plants and trees.
  • In the Peruvian Amazon one can find a variety of medicinal plants and trees.

trees near

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Sugar Grove Run was named from a grove of sugar trees near its course.
  • The community was named for a grove of gum trees near the original town site.
  • The Dicke Tannen is a protected landscape of giant spruce trees near Hohegeiß.

shade trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Shady Run Canyon was named for the fact it had shade trees.
  • Oak wilt poses a danger for oak wood products and shade trees in urban areas.
  • In the old part of the city, there is a traditional main square called the Zócalo, lined with shade trees, cafés and shops.

trees growing

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The following trees growing in the part are worth mentioning:
  • They are shrubs and small to medium-sized trees growing to 3–25 m tall.
  • Such roots help support the heavy canopy of large trees growing in very wet soil.

trees and other

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Almond trees and other green products are also produced.
  • This equates to approximately Rs 2,500 per hectare, depending on growth of trees and other factors.
  • They use powerful front teeth to cut trees and other plants that they use both for building and for food.

planting trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Some steps have been taken in recent years in planting trees across Afghanistan.
  • The Commission also started planting trees to re-vegetate the landscape along the river.
  • Thomas Gaunt first started planting trees on the campus when he moved to Maryville in 1857.

coniferous trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • There are wooded areas of broad-leaved and coniferous trees including mature beech.
  • In temperate Europe, mixed forest with both broadleaf and coniferous trees dominate.
  • The coniferous trees of the boreal forest of Canada are recurring motifs in Ruberg's watercolour paintings.

young trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Once established, young trees are quite frost-hardy.
  • New promenade was decorated with the concrete sculptures and young trees.
  • Cracking can be high on some young trees, but the level of cracking declines as the trees mature.

evergreen trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • English holly ("Ilex aquifolium"), one of the few native evergreen trees, can found in southern Wales.
  • They are evergreen trees or shrubs from southern hemisphere of gondwanan origin, native to the temperate rainforests.
  • The northern part of the region features Himalayan foothills ("Dooars") with densely wooded Sal and other tropical evergreen trees.

beech trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is a mycorrhizal species and typically grows in association with oak and beech trees.
  • The wood is mainly sweet chestnut coopice, but at the northern end there are mature oak and beech trees.
  • The main path leading from the upper part of the Park where the Castle stands is surrounded by centenarian beech trees.

trees include

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Other native trees include ash, hackberry, and holly.
  • Woodland trees include alder and ash as well as willow.
  • Commonly associated trees include basswood ("Tilia" spp.

million trees

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  • On April 10, 1872, an estimated one million trees were planted in Nebraska.
  • By August 27th 2019,122 million trees were planted in China by Alipay ant forest.
  • On the first Arbor Day, April 10, 1872, an estimated one million trees were planted.

few trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In some cases many thousands of redeyes may inhabit a few trees.
  • The beach extends along with calm and clear waters and a few trees.
  • Only a few trees and the now unused railroad siding and mound can be seen.

number of trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • Some nations have taken steps to help increase the number of trees on Earth.
  • The training and test error tend to level off after some number of trees have been fit.
  • The q-ratio is the ratio of the number of trees in a diameter class to the number of trees in the next larger class.

trees and bushes

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  • Turquoise and amber peacocks parade under flowering trees and bushes.
  • Reiek Hill is surrounded by thick lush green temperate trees and bushes.
  • A scrub woodland of scattered trees and bushes dominates the semiarid northeast.

trees and listed

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Conservation matters (including trees and listed buildings) and environmental issues are also the responsibility of the council.

trees and plants

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  • Prof Kristo Pienaar a botanist and prevouis a mayor of Bellville selected the trees and plants for the park.
  • The semi-tropical climate of Bermuda allowed settlers to introduce many species of trees and plants to the island.
  • Fossils of subtropical and even tropical trees and plants from the Eocene also have been found in Greenland and Alaska.

dead trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Its preferred habitat is woodland with a large amount of dead trees.
  • This fungus grows as a mycelium within the wood of living and dead trees.
  • These dead trees are now referred to as the younger layer of forest peat.

planted trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He planted trees and lawns and flower gardens.
  • The city has planted trees for years and is a leader in the nationwide effort to re-tree urban areas.
  • In all probability both of them planted trees and so may many other people if a tree was damaged or failed.

forest trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It was later planted with forest trees.
  • "Pereskia" species superficially resemble other tropical forest trees.
  • The major forest trees are pine, spruce, birch, willows, rowan, aspen, common and gray alder.

family trees

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  • A Homework project on family trees leads to a fight.
  • Below are the family trees of the Ma Clique.
  • Some family trees have been maintained for considerable periods.

chestnut trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
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  • The town is surrounded by dense groves of sweet chestnut trees.
  • Other common trees include olive trees, chestnut trees, and grape vines.
  • The community was named for a grove of chestnut trees near the original town site.

maple trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Bolt Wood is characterised by ash and field maple trees.
  • The trail is lined with a forest of mulberry, oak and maple trees.
  • Oak and maple trees, some planted in the 1910s and 1920s, line the streets.

cypress trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The garden has a panoramic terrace with cypress trees.
  • The cemetery had cypress trees, rose bushes and flowers.
  • The cypress trees have been removed from the type locality.

eucalyptus trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The eucalyptus trees were planted in 1910.
  • The reserve features tall eucalyptus trees and ferny gullies.
  • It had over 900 square kilometres of plantations, mainly eucalyptus trees.

new trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Newsom's efforts have helped lead to the planting of over 17,500 new trees.
  • Some of these stored seeds are not used and are able to grow into new trees.
  • The State logged the area, and left the slash on the ground to help new trees grow.

hardwood trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Mason arranged for several dozen hardwood trees to be shipped to the campus from Asia.
  • The gypsy moth is one of the most destructive pests of hardwood trees in the eastern United States.
  • The policy now is to replant with more native hardwood trees although more resistant conifers are also being used.

trees including

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He planted many trees including pine, cedar, eucalyptus and beech.
  • There are wooded areas of broad-leaved and coniferous trees including mature beech.
  • It contains hiking paths and mature trees including "araucaria" and "Sequoiadendron giganteum"

ash trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Some of the ash trees are more than 100 years old.
  • It consists of native broadleaved trees as well as apple and ash trees.
  • Oak and ash trees could also be found in the smaller Nab wood, which was around 40 acres.

trees around

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The school's campus is filled with green trees around.
  • Leaves emerge on deciduous trees around the last week of May.
  • Some stands still have their original seed trees around which the new forest grew.

elm trees

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E.g.
  • The disease has devastated elm trees across Europe and North America.
  • The Save Our Elms organization inoculates the elm trees yearly against Dutch elm disease.
  • Although both females and males fly, the females are usually found motionless on the side of the elm trees.

birch trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In the Tonko region of Honshu, eggs are commonly laid on white birch trees.
  • It feeds on birch trees.
  • The name is believed to derive from the Cornish word "besow" meaning "birch trees".

cedar trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The community was named for a grove of cedar trees near the original town site.
  • The name "Cedar Lakes" was chosen because of its two lakes and many cedar trees.
  • The house is surrounded by parkland which retains many magnificent specimen cedar trees.

orange trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Cypress, fig, Christ's-thorn, and orange trees grow on the site.
  • The valley is noted for its lemon and orange trees and fields of almond trees.
  • He finds a ladle in the king's salon then harrows hurriedly through the remaining orange trees in the Hall of Mirrors.

fir trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • I grew up by a large forest of fir trees.
  • In 2009, Apple placed two Fraser fir trees in every one of its retail establishments.
  • Among the most popular species planted were date palms, sycamores, fir trees, nut trees, and willows.

numerous trees

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Strong winds also felled numerous trees.
  • In Vladivostok, wind gusts reached , downing numerous trees.
  • Strong winds downed numerous trees, including in Gloucester where two people died after a tree hit their home.
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