English translation of 'conifère'
Example Sentences Including 'conifère'
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D'un beau vert tendre, ce conifère commun de nos forêts de l'Est a la particularité de pousser vite.Le Monde (1999)
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'conifère' in Other Languages
British English: conifer /ˈkəʊnɪfə; ˈkɒn-/ NOUN
Conifers are a group of trees and shrubs, for example pine trees and fir trees, that grow in cooler areas of the world. They have fruit called cones, and very thin leaves called needles which they do not normally lose in winter.
- American English: conifer
- Arabic: صَنَوْبَرِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: conífera
- Chinese: 针叶树
- Croatian: crnogorica
- Czech: jehličnan
- Danish: nåletræ
- Dutch: naaldboom
- European Spanish: conífera
- Finnish: havupuu
- French: conifère
- German: Nadelbaum
- Greek: κωνοφόρο
- Italian: conifera
- Japanese: 針葉樹
- Korean: 구과 식물
- Norwegian: bartre
- Polish: drzewo iglaste
- European Portuguese: conífera
- Romanian: conifer
- Russian: хвойное дерево
- Spanish: conífera
- Swedish: barrträd
- Thai: ต้นสน
- Turkish: kozalak
- Ukrainian: хвойний
- Vietnamese: cây lá kim
Translation of conifère from the Collins French to English
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