English translation of 'aubépine'
Example Sentences Including 'aubépine'
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" QUAND l'aubépine fleurit, l'hiver est fini ", dit un proverbe qu'un coup de gel tardif fait parfois mentir.Le Monde (1999)
Du coté du végétal, l'association de deux plantes inédites : le tussilage et l'aubépine blanche des Alpes.Marie Claire
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'aubépine' in Other Languages
British English: hawthorn /ˈhɔːˌθɔːn/ NOUN
A hawthorn is a small tree which has sharp thorns and produces white or pink flowers.
Much of the track had become overgrown with hawthorns.
- American English: hawthorn
- Arabic: زُعْرُورٌ بَرِّيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pilriteiro
- Chinese: 山楂
- Croatian: glog
- Czech: hloh
- Danish: tjørn
- Dutch: haagdoorn
- European Spanish: espino
- Finnish: orapihlaja
- French: aubépine
- German: Weißdorn
- Greek: τρικουκιά
- Italian: biancospino
- Japanese: サンザシ
- Korean: 산사나무
- Norwegian: hagtorn
- Polish: głóg
- European Portuguese: espinheiro
- Romanian: păducel
- Russian: боярышник
- Spanish: espino
- Swedish: hagtorn
- Thai: ต้นฮอธอร์น
- Turkish: akdiken
- Ukrainian: глід
- Vietnamese: cây táo gai
Translation of aubépine from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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