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French-English translation for: [arbre]
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Dictionary French English: [arbre]

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French English
haut {adj} [bâtiment, herbe, arbre]
tall [building, grass, tree]
dénudé {adj} [arbre]leafless
hort. fleuri {adj} [arbre]in blossom
solitaire {adj} [arbre]lone
bot. touffu {adj} [arbre]leafy
bot. vivace {adj} [arbre, plante]perennial
abattre qc. [arbre]to fell sth.
abattre qc. [arbre]to log sth. [tree]
abattre qc. [arbre]to chop sth. down
abattre qc. [arbre]to hack sth. down
arracher qc. [arbre]to uproot sth.
sylv. couper qc. [arbre]to cut sth. down
sylv. découper qc. [arbre]to lop sth.
bot. déraciner qc. [arbre, plante]to uproot sth.
bot. déraciner qc. [arbre, plante]to pull sth. up by the roots
bot. hort. donner [arbre fruitier]to fruit [bear fruit]
bot. hort. donner [arbre fruitier]to bear fruit
sylv. élaguer qc. [arbre] [aussi fig.]to prune sth. [tree] [also fig.]
hort. sylv. émonder qc. [arbre, article] [aussi fig.]to prune sth. [also fig.]
gravir qc. [arbre]to shin sth.
bot. inciser qc. [arbre]to tap sth. [tree]
constr. sylv. pencher [objet, tour, arbre, mur]to lean
pointer [tour, arbre, antenne] [se dresser]to rise up
sylv. s'abattre [arbre]to come down
hort. tailler qc. [arbre, plante]to trim sth. [tree, plant]
bot. feuille {f} [d'arbre]
bot. géogr. cime {f} [d'un arbre, montagne]
top [of tree, mountain]
amincissement {m} [arbre, colonne, couche de glace]thinning (down)
bot. T
cabane {f} [dans l'arbre]tree house
bot. T
circonférence {f} [d'un arbre]girth [tree: circumference]
bot. écorce {f} [d'un arbre]bark
bot. essence {f} [espèce d'arbre]tree species
faîte {m} [arbre]treetop
fourche {f} [d'un arbre] [d'un pantalon]crotch [of a tree] [of a pair of trousers]
glaçon {m} [sur un toit, arbre]icicle
bot. ramification {f} [d'arbre, organisation]offshoot
bot. T
sylv. souche {f} [d'arbre](tree) stump
bot. sylv. têtard {m} [arbre]pollard [tree]
bot. tige {f} [jeune arbre]sapling
anat. bot. tronc {m} [partie du corps, arbre]trunk [torso, tree]
2 Words: Verbs
crouler sous qc. [arbre : fruit]to be weighed down with sth.
bot. hort. être implanté [arbre]to be established [e.g. a tree]
être penché [arbre]to be leaning over
hort. faire pousser qc. [plante, arbre]to grow sth.
sylv. se dépouiller [arbre]to shed its leaves
se ramifier [arbre, rivière, nerf]to branch
3 Words: Verbs
bot. perdre ses feuilles [arbre]to shed its leaves
4 Words: Verbs
jaillir [s'élever] [clocher, immeuble, arbre] (au-dessus de qc.)to tower up (above sth.)
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