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Olive and pine trees dotted the brown fields. Smithsonian Mag (2017)The mountains are covered in thick pine forest. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Follow the coastline, then make the short climb through pine woods. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The park is just 300 metres from a sandy beach and set amidst a beautiful pine forest. The Sun (2017)It consisted of small flakes of bark, which is very loose on pine trees and easily knocked off. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Surrounded by tall pine trees, it has floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the golf course. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Iwas walking through a wood of medium-sized pine trees when I noticed a pink shower descending from one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tip the pine kernels into a food processor. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Nor will you benefit from a foreign placement spent pining for home. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One was stopped from plunging into a river by pine trees. The Sun (2010)We walked most of the way down through pine woods and meadows of mown hay. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He managed to upturn their solid pine table. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They suggest that on waking you should eat a few raisins or pine kernels. Caring for your Unborn Child (1990)All around are rugged hills cloaked in towering pine trees and alive with hives. The Sun (2013)It is covered by dark pine forests and cut by deep valleys and small lakes. The Other Side of MeThe pistachios are a rich and grassy alternative to pine kernels. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Here paths wound up into the mountains through pine forests that stretched toward the highest peaks. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)Nor would the pine trees lead their slow lives were it not for the gift of the mountains. THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)The beach is wide and backed with dunes and pine woods but the town itself has little of interest. Collins Traveller - The Algarve (1993)You shouldn't waste too much of your life pining away. The Sun (2009)The woods are made up of tall, thin pines. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The trio said their success is great - but has left them pining for home. The Sun (2009)You don't have to pine away at a pity party. Christianity Today (2000)Our furniture consisted of a bed, a pine table and a few chairs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She lives in a whitewashed house deep in the home counties with pine trees in the drive and croquet hoops in the lawn. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Farther north, a wood of pine trees might provide the theme. The Education of a Gardener (1994)We decided to head into the nearby pine forest, away from the potentially inquisitive eyes of our group. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Fresh fish, lemons, herbs and wine are ranged over on the pine table. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I could look out of my window and see a wood of pine trees, taller than the house, swaying in the breeze. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'pine'
British English: pine /paɪn/ NOUN
tree A pine or a pine tree is a tall tree with long thin leaves which it keeps all year round.
...high mountains covered in pines.
- American English: pine
- Arabic: صُنَوْبَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: pinheiro
- Chinese: 松树
- Croatian: bor
- Czech: borovice
- Danish: fyrretræ
- Dutch: pijnboom
- European Spanish: pino
- Finnish: mänty
- French: pin
- German: Kiefer
- Greek: πεύκο
- Italian: pino
- Japanese: マツ
- Korean: 소나무
- Norwegian: furu
- Polish: sosna
- European Portuguese: pinho
- Romanian: pin
- Russian: сосна
- Spanish: pino
- Swedish: tall
- Thai: ต้นสน
- Turkish: çam
- Ukrainian: сосна
- Vietnamese: cây thông
British English: pine VERB
If you pine for someone who has died or gone away, you want them to be with you very much and feel sad because they are not there.
She'd be sitting at home pining for her lost husband.
British English: pine NOUN
wood Pine is the wood of the pine tree.
...a big pine table.
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