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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "tree" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 31 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
tree árbol [m]
General
tree arbóreo [adj]
tree arbórea [adj/f]
tree enarbolar [v]
tree fuste [m]
tree palo [m]
tree palito [m]
tree palo [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA DO PR CO VE
tree arbori- [pref]
tree abalá MX:Se GT
tree horma (de zapatos) [f]
tree leño [m]
tree arzón [m]
Colloquial
tree palo [m] SV
Engineering
tree ramificación [f]
tree puntal [m]
tree árbol [m]
tree árbol [m]
Informatics
tree árbol [m]
tree árbol [m]
Chemistry
tree apea [f]
Geology
tree madero [m]
Aeronautics
tree red no mallada
Mining
tree apea [f]
tree apea [f]
Energy
tree árbol [m]
tree esquema ramificado
Botany
tree abala [f] GT
tree abala [m] GT
tree abalá MX GT
Production
tree apea [f]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "tree" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
mastic tree mata [f]
palm (tropical tree) palmera [f]
palm (tree) palma [f]
the bark of a tree corteza [f]
beech tree haya [f]
palm tree palmera [f]
orange tree naranjo [m]
trunk (of a tree) tronco [m]
chaste tree sauzgatillo [m]
rubber tree or plant caucho [m]
apple tree manzano [m]
peach tree melocotonero [m]
olive tree olivo [m]
elm tree olmo [m]
pear tree peral [m]
almond tree almendro [m]
maple tree arce [m]
family tree árbol genealógico [n]
christmas tree árbol de navidad
General
walnut tree noguera [f]
fig tree higuera [f]
olive tree oliva [f]
rubber tree siringa [f] PE BO AR
lime tree tila [f]
monkey-puzzle tree araucaria [f]
apple tree manzana [f]
banana tree banana [f]
family tree genealogía [f]
mulberry tree morera [f]
tree-covered arbolado [adj]
tree-lined arbolado [adj]
tree-like arbóreo [adj]
tree-shaped arbóreo [adj]
fir tree abeto [m]
coffee tree cafeto [m]
walnut tree nogal [m]
oak tree roble [m]
rose tree rosal [m]
holly tree acebo [m]
wild olive tree acebuche [m]
olive tree aceituno [m]
cinnamon tree canelo [m]
dragon tree drago [m]
peach tree durazno [m]
papaya tree papayo [m]
avocado pear tree aguacate [m]
avocado tree aguacatero [m]
cherry tree cerezo [m]
apricot tree albaricoquero [m]
cork tree alcornoque [m]
larch tree alerce [m]
carob tree algarrobo [m]
locust tree algarrobo [m]
alder tree aliso [m]
cherimoya tree [us] chirimoyo [m]
cypress (tree) ciprés [m]
cashew tree anacardo [m]
jacaranda tree jacarandá [m]
banana tree plátano [m]
plane (tree) plátano [m]
lime tree tilo [m]
lime (tree) limero [m]
lemon tree limonero [m]
calabash tree totumo [m] AMER
mandarin (orange) tree mandarino [m]
tulip-tree tulipanero [m]
tulip-tree tulipero [m]
ash (tree) fresno [m]
fruit tree frutal [m]
banana tree bananero [m]
banana tree banano [m]
peach tree melocotón [m]
saddle tree fuste [m]
tree nursery vivero [m]
rubber tree gomero [m]
orange tree naranjero [m]
tree-covered arbolada [adj/f]
tree-lined arbolada [adj/f]
tree-like arbórea [adj/f]
tree-shaped arbórea [adj/f]
tree-dwelling arborícola [adj/f]
pecan tree pacana [f]
palm (tree) palmera [f]
lime tree limero [m]
apricot tree damasco [m]
quince tree membrillo [m]
ash tree fresno [m]
mulberry tree moral [m]
fruit of the box-tree artina [f]
carob-tree arveja [f]
carob-tree arvejana [f]
holly tree asa [f] rur. rare
damage to a tree from splitting of the woody layers acebolladura [f]
palm-tree of the philippines areca [f]
resin of locust-tree anime [f]
a variety of citron tree acimboga [f]
hip-tree agavanza [f]
tree nursery almanta [f]
fruit of the lotus-tree almecina [f]
bark of the storax-tree almea [f]
almond-tree almendrera [f]
a tree of the terebinth group aguedita [f] AMER
hazel-tree avellanero [f]
filbert-tree avellanero [f]
pistachio-tree charneca [f]
mastic-tree charneca [f]
axle-tree cabria [f]
tree of the rutaceae family ayúa [f] AMER
underground butt-end of tree-stem cepa [f]
fruit of a kind of citron-tree azamboa [f]
fruit of the true service-tree azarolla [f] rur. rare
a tree of the genus euphorbia chirca [f] AMER
wax extracted from the cork tree cerina [f]
resin from the chirraco tree chirraca [f] CR
tearing off the branches of a tree desgajadura [f]
hardwood palm tree chonta [f] CAM BO CL CO EC PE
tree stump chueca [f]
poisonous tree-fern ciática [f] PE
hurter (of axle-tree) cibica [f]
small whiffle-tree ballestilla [f]
banana plantain-tree banana [f]
lace-bark tree daguilla [f] CU
a tree from west-indies cigua [f]
young oak-tree barda [f] rur. rare
tree of the boraginaceae family baria [f] CU
tree with white, hard wood camagua [f] CU
wild tree of hard rich yellow wood camaguira [f] CU
copaiba tree and balsam copaiba [f]
a fruit tree from philippines camia [f]
pith of pine-tree coraznada [f]
variety of the wild palm tree cana [f] CU
turpentine-tree cornicabra [f]
wild fig-tree cornicabra [f]
tree of the lauraceae family bauyúa [f] CU
flower or blossom of chestnut-tree candela [f]
fossil tree dendrita [f]
axle-tree biela [f]
caper tree caparra [f]
liliaceous tree (capulí) capulina [f] CU
tree and resinous gum caraña [f] CR
species of palm tree bonga [f] PH
top of tree-trunk where branches begin cruz [f]
tree similar to the guava but with bitter fruit cas [f] CR
early fruit of a fig-tree breva [f]
tree which yields ditamine ditá [f] PH
small tree whose wood is used in cabinet-making cauba [f] AR
circular excavation made at the foot of a tree to collect water cavia [f]
fruit of the cedar-tree cédride [f]
silk-cotton tree ceiba [f]
flower of the beech-tree friz [f]
calabash-tree güira [f] AMER
indigenous tree from india gutagamba [f]
yellow gum resin of the gutagamba tree gutiámbar [f]
tree of the euphor biaceous family habilla [f] CU HN
beech-tree haya [f]
fig-tree higuera [f]
wood of evergreen oak tree encina [f]
fork of a tree horcadura [f]
fruit of the juniper-tree enebrina [f]
swelling of a tree forcina [f]
hardwood tree (bhialantliius) jaragua [f] CU
gourd-tree jícara [f]
fruit of the guamo tree guabá [f] CAM ANT EC
lofty wild tree (balsa wood) guácima [f] CO VE ANT PA
guamo-tree guama [f] CO VE
tree resembling very closely the chestnut tree guara [f] CU
fruit of the guava-tree guayaba [f]
young shoot left on a vine or tree for training others guía [f]
wild tree of the polygonacece family guiabara [f] CU
drop-like exudation from a tree lágrima [f]
fruit of the medlar-tree níspola [f]
walnut-tree noguera [f]
fruit of an engrafted pear-tree peraza [f]
evergreen tree with aromatic leaves pesgua [f] VE
climbing rose tree petaquita [f] CO
a tree of the genus myrtus with white flowers petra [f] CL
cashew-tree merey [f]
olive-tree oliva [f]
olive-tree olivera [f]
lilac-tree lila [f]
fruit of the pichagüero tree pichagua [f] VE
tree-cactus pitahaya [f]
tree with edible fruit pitanga [f] AR UY
nutmeg tree mirística [f]
fruit of the lúcumo tree lúcuma [f]
a variety of nutmeg tree otoba [f] AMER
tree of the myrtaceous family with very hard wood, used for horse-wagon axles luma [f] CL
pecan-tree pacana [f]
flower of the olive tree rapa [f]
a thorny palm-tree macagüita [f] VE
macaw-tree macagua [f] CU
a palm-tree macana [f] BO CO EC
palm-tree palmera [f]
cork-tree plantation machera [f]
tree of the linden family majagua [f] AMER
locust-tree robinia [f]
tree/plant transplanted postura [f]
a tree from philippines largely used in making cabinets and musical instruments nanjea [f]
fruit of the orange-tree naranja [f]
clingstone peach (fruit and tree) pavía [f]
a tree resembling the ash-tree sigua [f] CU
a south american tree of the zygophyllaceie family vera [f]
a medicinal tree of the rutaceae family simarruba [f] AR CO CR
hardwood-tree tipa [f]
tree-trunk or log to be sawn into boards troza [f]
tree of a packsaddle taja [f]
a large urticaceous tree tala [f] AR
tree used for snaring birds talamera [f]
a tree of the spurge family salvadera [f] CU
palm-tree of canary islands támara [f]
short tree-stump uña [f]
bark of a sapindaceae tree used for washing tarsana [f] CR EC PE
kind of fig-tree sayuela [f]
linden-tree teja [f]
swingle-tree volea [f]
saddle-tree tejuela [f]
yaba tree and bark yaba [f] CU
a tree of the ulmacea yagruma (hembra) [f] CU
a tree of the araliaceat family yagruma (macho) [f] CU
tree of the ulmaceae family yagruma (hembra) [f]
a tree duck yaguasa [f] CU HN DO
a wild mangrove tree yanilla [f] CU
kind of quince-tree zamboa [f]
fruit of the service-tree serba [f]
rubber-tree seringa [f] AMER
tree of the saxifragaceous family tiaca [f] CL
linden-tree tila [f]
a tree of the artocarpcous group setica [f] PE
linden-tree tilia [f]
cross-tree in a beehive trenca [f]
tree giving a fruit used to feed the wild peacock canjura [f] HN
a tree resembling the ash-tree cigua [f]
a medicinal tree of the rutaceae family simaruba [f] AR CO CR EC VE
carob-tree arvejera [f]
a tree of the rubiaceous genus with edible fruit piñuela [f]
lofty wild tree (balsa wood) guásima [f] CO ANT
common spindle-tree bonetera [f] BO
grow stunted (tree) achaparrarse [v]
fell (a tree) apear [v]
make tree-like arborizar [v]
gather mistletoe from a tree desmarojar [v]
beat down the fruit of a tree batojar [v]
lop (a tree) destroncar [v]
knock the fruit off a tree derrengar [v] rur. rare
break the stem or branches of a tree descañar [v]
strip a tree of shoots descogollar [v]
lop the branches from a tree descopar [v]
decorticate (a cork-tree) descorchar [v]
perch on the highest branches of a tree engarbarse [v]
prune a tree close to the trunk frailear [v]
stunted (tree) achaparrado [adj]
belonging to the cork tree alcornoqueño [adj]
tree-like in shape arboriforme [adj]
relating to a tree nursery almaciguero [adj]
tufted (tree) copado [adj]
belonging to the larch-tree laricino [adj]
attacked by dry rot (tree) tabacoso [adj]
dwarfish (oak-tree) tocio [adj]
fruit tree (caesalpinia) ababán [m] AR
birch tree abedul [m]
silver-tree abeto [m]
saddle-tree arzón [m]
large tree with fine wood of order of the mimosa amarillo [m] AR
drooping branch of an olive or other tree alabe [m]
a fig-tree whose juice is used as a resolvent amate [m]
a hard-wood tree (bunchosia nitida) abrandecosta [m] CU
free-stone peach-tree abridor [m]
apricot-tree albarcoquero [m]
apricot-tree albaricoquero [m]
peach-tree alberchiguero [m]
camphor-tree alcanforero [m]
cashew-tree anacardo [m]
cork-tree alcornoque [m]
sloe-tree and fruit arán [m] rur. rare
verbenaceous tree alecrín [m] SA
sloe-tree and fruit arañón [m] rur. rare
african coniferous tree arar [m]
fruit tree (myrtacete) arazá [m] AR PY UY
holly-tree acebo [m]
wild olive-tree acebuche [m]
small tree arbolejo [m]
small tree arbolillo [m]
branch of a tree for fastening lime twigs on arbolete [m]
small tree arbolito [m]
bead-tree acederaque [m]
a tree (pilocarpus) aceitillo [m] CU PR
olive-tree aceituno [m]
pistachio-tree alfóncigo [m]
carob-tree plantation algarrobal [m]
aloe-tree acíbar [m]
an ornamental tree arjorán [m]
hip-tree agavanzo [m]
tree of the leguminosas family acle [m] PH
chaste-tree agnocasto [m]
flower of the aromatic myrrh-tree aroma [m]
poisonous tree alipata [m] PH
a wild tree with valuable wood antejo [m] CU
alder-tree arraclán [m]
tree of the terebinth family agracejo [m] CU
mastic-tree almácigo [m]
almond-tree almendral [m]
almond-tree almendrero [m]
almond-tree almendro [m]
a jamaica tree and its fruit almendrón [m]
lotus-tree almezo [m]
indian nettle-tree almezo [m]
avocado pear-tree and its fruit aguacate [m]
variety of the avocado pear tree aguacatillo [m]
a tree of the apocynacese family aguay [m] PY AR
gigantic tree with bitter medicinal bark apacorral [m] HN
common hazel-nut tree avellano [m]
male wild fig-tree fruit cabrahigo [m]
fruit of male wild fig-tree cabrahigo [m]
bough/branch of a tree cepo [m]
large stub of tree/vine-stock cepón [m]
stump of a tree cachopo [m] rur. rare
jujube-tree azufaifo [m]
storax-tree gum azúmbar [m]
tree of the anonaceous family chirimoyo [m] CAM VE
cherry-tree cerezo [m]
tree, the wood of which is used for cabinetmaking and walking-sticks cerillo [m] CU
tree secreting the chirraca resin chirraco [m] CR
dish made with beaten eggs, maize, chilli, fruit of the anatta tree and salt chirulio [m] HN
coffee-tree café [m]
tree whose fruit is used as soap choloque [m] PE
species of palm tree chontaduro [m] CO EC
black poplar-tree chopo [m]
little green tree-frog calamite [m]
whiffle-tree balancín [m]
whipple tree balancín [m]
swingle-tree balancín [m]
tree with beautiful crimson flowers ciclamor [m]
citron-tree cidro [m]
a tree of light wood used for making rafts balso [m] AMER
banana plantain-tree bananero [m]
damson (tree and plum) damasco [m]
vine/tree transplanted barbado [m]
plum-tree plantation cirolar [m] disused
plum-tree cirolero [m]
a tree with fine wood ciruelillo [m] AR CL
plum-tree ciruelo [m]
tree of the solanaceae family camacero [m]
a lofty tree from philippines camachil [m]
tree with very fine wood camagón [m] PH
green tree-climbing lizard camaleón [m] CU
tree resembling a cherry tree copaljocol [m] MX
a tree used for making woodcut blocks copey [m] CAM CU VE
american myrtle-tree cambuí [m]
copaiba tree camíbar [m] CR NI
fruit of a palm-tree coquito [m] EC PE
american tree the wood of which is used in shipbuilding campano [m]
aromatic clove tree clavero [m]
horse-tail tree canadillo [m]
cornelian cherry-tree cornizo [m]
tree with a very hard wood candelón [m] DO PR
hardwood-tree cocobolo [m]
cinnamon-tree canelero [m]
cinnamon-tree plantation canelar [m]
a tree of the lauracete family belloto [m] CL
oak tree bellotero [m]
tree producing medicinal oil canime [m] CO PE
tree giving a fruit used to feed the wild peacock canjuro [m] CR HN
part of the branch of a tree joining the trunk codillo [m]
barberry (tree and fruit) bérbero [m]
tree-top cogollo [m]
custard-apple tree and fruit corrosal [m]
a hard-wood tree cojobo [m] CU
tree-trunk cañón [m] CO
tree of the west indies used in shipbuilding capá [m]
small tree of the philippines belonging to the oxalidaceae family bilimbi [m]
kapok-tree capoquero [m]
a tree of the tiliaceae family capulí [m] AMER
japanese fruit-tree caqui [m]
handsome indian tree carabú [m]
holly tree crébol [m] rur. rare
carambola-tree carambolo [m]
tall palm-tree carandaí [m] AR
tree with very hard wood carbonero [m] CU PR
box tree boje [m]
common spindle-tree bonetero [m] BO
species of palm-tree from brazil carosiero [m]
tree with very heavy wood caroto [m] EC
a gum-producing tree cuajiote [m] CAM
peruvian bark-tree cuarango [m]
tree-top carrujo [m]
saddle-tree casco [m]
resin of a guiana tree cascol [m] EC
branch (a tree) brazo [m]
common chestnut tree castaño [m]
aromatic myrrh tree cují [m] VE
kind of palm-tree catey [m] DO
plum/damson tree bruno [m]
shade tree bucare [m] VE
malvaceous tree caulote [m] HN SV
locust-tree curbaril [m]
variety of pear-tree donguindo [m]
tree of the malvaceae family dongón [m] PH
cajuput-tree cayeputi [m]
tree of the mimosa genus curupay (río de la plata) [m]
a palm-tree in philippines buli [m]
a lofty tree cuyá [m] CU
dragon-tree drago [m]
sumac tree cebil (río de la plata) [m]
green tree-snake drino [m]
incense-tree chagualón [m] CO
a huge palm tree chaguarama [m] CAM VE
coniferous tree chalchal [m] AR UY
half-burnt tree/log chamizo [m]
variety of peach-tree duraznero [m]
kind of peach-tree duraznillo [m]
peach-tree durazno [m]
cherry-tree guindal [m]
mazard tree guindal [m]
mazard tree guindo [m]
kind of cherry-tree guindo [m]
fruit of the calabash-tree güiro [m] CAM ANT CO MX
tree and bows of a saddle fuste [m]
branch of a tree gajo [m]
nut of the cypress-tree gálbula [m]
tree of the rosaceous family hicaco [m] ANT
tree ingrafted injerto [m]
branch broken off a tree garrancho [m]
large tree in tropical america higuerón [m]
sour-apple-tree esperiego [m]
sloe-tree endrino [m]
hardwood tree ipil [m] PH
pomegranate-tree granado [m]
flower of the pomegranate-tree granadino [m]
bud/branch of a tree follón [m] disused
tree of yellow wood jaguay [m] CU
sweet gum-tree estoraque [m]
gum of the storax-tree estoraque [m]
apricot ingrafted in a peach-tree griñón [m]
tree with very hard wood enrubio [m] PR
clove-tree jiroflé [m]
tree of the terebinth family jobo [m]
wild tree with poisonous seeds guabán [m] CU
tree of the anonaceous family guabico [m] CU
big tree with smooth and white trunk guabirá [m] AR BO PY
tree of the myrtle family with medicinal properties guabiyú [m] AR PY
kind of gourd tree guacal [m] CAM
leguminous tree similar to the acacia guachapelí [m] EC VE
wild tree the resin of which is used as a purge guaguasí [m] CU
a west indian tree much used for shade guamá [m] CO VE
tall tree of the leguminosae family planted to shade the coffee plant guamo [m]
fruit-tree of the anona family guanábano [m]
a west-indian hardwood tree júcaro [m]
palm-tree leaves used for thatching guano [m]
palm-tree guano [m] CU
a tcrebinthine tree whose seeds are used to feed hogs guao [m] MX CU EC
resin-yielding tree guapinal [m] AMER
tree of the magnolia family with aromatic bark used as spice guarimán [m] AMER
tree of the artoearpus family guarumbo [m] CAM CO EC MX
tree of the genus guatacare [m] VE
guava tree guayabo [m]
lignum-vitae tree guayacán [m]
belonging to the ash-tree fresnal [m]
tree of the rosacea family with reddish and hard wood guayo [m] CL
ash-tree fresno [m]
little apple-tree manzanillo [m]
apple-tree manzano [m]
cashew tree marañón [m]
tree producing a gum resembling gum arabic marañón [m] CU CAM
clingstone peach (fruit and tree) peladillo [m]
beverage made from the sap of palm tree ñipe [m] PH
a leguminous tree with hard rich wood pelú [m] CL
wild chestnut tree regoldo [m]
walnut-tree nogal [m]
large walnut-tree noguerón [m]
hard-wood tree of the bignonia family lapacho [m] SA
mastic tree mástique [m]
tree yielding rubber and also a fibre for sackcloth matapalo [m] AMER
tree of the proteaceae family notro [m] CL
variety of olive-tree and the olive it yields lechín [m]
papaw-tree lechoso [m] HN DO VE
kind of apple/apple-tree pero [m]
peach tree and its fruit pérsico [m]
peach-tree melocotonero [m]
peach-tree melocotón [m]
resinous tree (fouquieria splendens) ocotillo [m] MX
quince-tree membrillero [m]
quince-tree membrillo [m]
wild pear-tree peruétano [m]
a tree the fruit of which serves as food for cattle ojoche [m] CR HN NI
arm of an axle-tree pezón [m]
olive-tree olivo [m]
elm-tree olmo [m]
south-american tree ombú [m]
lemon-tree limón [m]
lemon-tree limonar [m] disused GT
arnotto tree onoto [m] VE
tree of the genus laurus lingue [m] CL
a wild tree with hard, yellow wood pijojo [m] CU
illness produced by the shade of this tree litre [m]
tree of the terebinth family litre [m] CL
lotus-tree loto [m]
soapbark tree quillay [m] AR CL BO
small medicinal tree piune [m] CL
cinchona-tree quino [m]
chicle tree (achras sapota) lúcumo [m] CL PE