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willow trees Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

Weidenbaeume
willow trees
Weidenbaum {m} [bot.]
Weidenbäume {pl}
willow tree
willow trees
Weidenbaum {m} [bot.]
Weidenbäume {pl}
willow tree
willow trees
Bäume fällen; schlagen; schlägern [Ös.]; abholzen {vt}
Bäume fällend; schlagend; schlägernd; abholzend
Bäume gefällt; geschlagen; geschlägert; abgeholzt
to fell trees; to cut down trees; to chop down trees
felling trees; cutting down trees; chopping down trees
felled trees; cut down trees; chopped down trees
Weiden {pl} (Salix) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Bruchweide {f}; Knackweide {f} (Salix fragilis)
Echte Trauerweide {f} (Salix babylonica)
Grauweide {f} (Salix cinera)
Korbweide {f}; Hanfweide {f} (Salix viminalis)
Salweide {f} (Salix caprea)
Silber-Weide {f} (Salix alba)
willows sallows and osiers (botanical genus)
crack willow; brittle willow
weeping willow
grey willow; common sallow; grey sallow
common osier; osier
goat willow; pussy willow; great sallow
white willow
Weidenbaeume
willow trees
Weidengerte {f}
Weidengerten {pl}
willow rod
willow rods
Weidenzweig {m}; Weidenrute {f}
Weidenzweige {pl}; Weidenruten {pl}
willow withe
willow withes
Schneehühner {pl} (Lagopus) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Moorschneehuhn {n} (Lagopus lagopus)
Alpenschneehuhn {n} (Lagopus muta)
Weißschwanz-Schneehuhn {n} (Lagopus leucura)
ptarmigans (zoological genus)
willow ptarmigan; willow grouse
rock ptarmigan; snow chicken [Am.]
white-tailed ptarmigan
afrikanische Tulpenbäume {pl} (Spathodea) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
African tulip trees; fountain trees (botanical genus)
Baum {m} [bot.]
Bäume {pl}
von Bäumen eingefasst
gefällte Bäume mit Laub Nadeln
abständiger Baum
knorriger Baum
auf einem Baum sitzen
auf einem Baum sitzen
einen Baum ausästen
(Das) Geld wächst nicht auf Bäumen.
tree
trees
tree-lined
cut trees retaining foliage
overmature tree; decaying tree
sinewy tree; snagged snaggy tree
to be sitting in a tree (persons big animals)
to be sitting on a tree (birds)
to prune trim a tree
Money doesn't grow on trees. [fig.]
Schneeglöckchenbäume {pl} (Halesia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
silverbell trees; snowdrop trees (botanical genus)
Chinarindenbäume {pl}; Fieberrindenbäume {pl} (Cinchona) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
cinchona trees; quina trees (botanical genus)
Ebenholzbäume {pl}; Dattelpflaumen {pl} (Diospyros) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
ebony trees; persimmon trees (botanical genus)
Waldgebiete abholzen; abforsten; kahlschlagen {vt} [envir.] [geogr.]
Waldgebiete abholzend; abforstend; kahlschlagend
Waldgebiete abgeholzt; abgeforstet; kahlgeschlagen
to deforest woodland; to disafforest woodland; to clear areas of trees
deforesting woodland; disafforesting woodland; clearing areas of trees
deforested woodland; disafforested woodland; cleared areas of trees
Affenbrotbäume (Adansonia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Afrikanischer Affenbrotbaum (Adansonia digitata)
monkey-bread trees; upside-down trees; bottle trees; baobab (botanical genus)
African monkey-bread tree; African baobab; cream of tartar tree
Baumgruppe {f} [bot.]
Baumgruppen {pl}
patch of trees
patches of trees
Baumbestand {m} [bot.]
Baumbestände {pl}
tree population; stock of trees
tree populations; stocks of trees
Fächerblattbaum {m}; Fächertanne {f}; Chinesischer Tempelbaum {m}; Ginkgobaum {m}; Ginkobaum {m}; Ginkgo {m}; Ginko {m} (Ginkgo biloba) [bot.]
Fächerblattbäume {pl}; Fächertannen {pl}; Chinesische Tempelbäume {pl}; Ginkgobäume {pl}; Ginkobäume {pl}; Ginkgos {pl}; Ginkos {pl}
maidenhair tree; ginkgo tree; ginko tree; ginkgo; gingko
maidenhair trees; ginkgo trees; ginko trees; ginkgoes; gingkoes
Wald {m}; Holz {n} [Süddt.]
Wälder {pl}
im tiefen Wald
den Wald vor lauter Bäumen nicht sehen [übtr.]
aus dem Gröbsten heraus sein
Wir sind noch nicht aus dem Schneider.
wood; woods
woods
in deep woods
not to see the wood for the trees [Br.]; not see the forest for the trees [Am.]; to miss the forest for the trees
to be out of the woods [fig.]
We're not out of the woods yet. [fig.]
Laubbaum {m}; laubabwerfender Baum {m}; Hartholzbaum {m} [bot.]
Laubbäume {pl}; laubabwerfende Bäume {pl}; Hartholzbäume {pl}
deciduous tree; leaf-bearing tree; broad-leaved tree; broad-leaved tree
deciduous trees; leaf-bearing trees; broad-leaved trees; broad-leafed trees
Weide
willow
Weidenbaum
willow tree
Weide {f} [bot.]
Weiden {pl}
willow
willows
Weidenkätzchen {n}
willow catkin
Moorschneehuhn {n} [ornith.]
willow grouse
Weidengerte {f}
willow rod
Weidenrinde {f}
willow bark
Weidenkätzchen {pl}; Palmkätzchen {pl}; Palmkatzerln {pl} [Ös.] (Blütenstände der Salweide) [bot.]
willow catkins
Fitis {m} (Phylloscopus trochilus) [ornith.]
willow warbler
Weidenkaetzchen
willow catkin
Weidenmeise {f} (Poecile montana) [ornith.]
willow tit
Trauerweide
weeping willow
Ijimalaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Ijima's Willow Warbler
Brookslaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Brook's Willow Warbler
Wacholderlaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Green Willow Warbler
Eichenlaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Plain Willow Warbler
Himalayalaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Tickell's Willow Warbler
Dünnschnabel-Laubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Tytler's Willow Warbler
Graukehl-Laubsänger {m} [ornith.]
grey-faced willow warbler
Schluchtenlaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
large-billed willow warbler
Goldbinden-Laubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Orange-barred Willow Warbler
Streifenkopf-Laubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Blyth's Crowned Willow Warbler
Ussurilaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
pale-legged willow warbler
Dachskopf-Laubsänger {m} [ornith.]
large crowned willow warbler
Weidenmeise {f} [ornith.]
Willow Tit (Poecile montana)
Davidlaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
milne-edwards' willow warbler
Weidenflöte {f} [mus.]
Weidenflöten {pl}
willow flute; sallow flute
willow flutes; sallow flutes
Weißschwanz-Laubsänger {m} [ornith.]
white-tailed willow warbler
Pamirlaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Sulphur-bellied Willow Warbler
Fitis {m} [ornith.]
Willow Warbler (Phylloscopus trochilus)
Laubgehölz {n}; Laubhölzer {pl} [bot.]
immergrüne Laubgehölze
deciduous trees and shrubs; broad-leaved trees and shrubs
broad-leaved evergreens
Portenkolaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Japanese pale-legged willow warbler
Höhlenbaum {m} (Forstwesen)
Höhlenbäume {pl}
cavity tree; tree with cavities (forestry)
cavity trees; trees with cavities
Familienstammbaum {m}; Stammbaum {m}
Familienstammbäume {pl}; Stammbäume {pl}
family tree; genealogic tree; genealogic succession
family trees; genealogic trees; genealogic successions
über den Bäumen
above the trees
Bäumen
trees
Baeume, Baeumen
trees
Baeume
trees
Walnussbaeume
walnut trees
schlagreif {adj} (Bäume)
mature (trees)
Stiefelleisten {pl}
boot trees
Stiefelleisten
boot trees
Baumschäden {pl}
damage to trees
Apfelbaeume
apple trees
baumhoch {adj}
as high as the trees
unter den ausladenden Bäumen
under the spreading trees
Ulmen
elm trees
Spalierbaeume
espalier trees
Tannenbaeume
fir trees
Schuhspanner
shoe-trees
(Bäume, Holz) schlagen
to harvest (trees, timber)
Fahrt {f} [min.]
ladder; trap; three trees
Zwergkiefern
dwarf pine trees
Anzeichnen {n}; Markieren {n}; Anlaschen {n} von Bäumen (Forstwirtschaft)
blazing of trees (forestry)
Obstgehölze {pl}; Obsthölzer {pl} [bot.]
fruit trees and shrubs
(Bäume; Holz) schlagen
to harvest (trees; timber)
Baumreihe {f}
Baumreihen {pl}
row of trees; tree row
rows of trees; tree rows
Flügelstoraxbäume {pl} (Pterostyrax) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
epaulette trees (botanical genus)
ausschlagen {vi} (Bäume)
ausschlagend
ausgeschlagen
to bud (trees)
budding
budded
Chausseebaum {m}; Chaussee-Baum {m} [bot.]
Chausseebäume {pl}; Chaussee-Bäume {pl}
alley tree; roadside tree
alley trees; roadside trees
Kanaribäume {pl} (Canarium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
canarium trees (botanical genus)
Baumkrone {f} [bot.]
Baumkronen {pl}
crown of the tree
crowns of trees
Bäume Büsche auf den Stock setzen {vt} (Forstwirtschaft)
to coppice trees bushes (forestry)
Weihrauchbäume {pl}; Weihrauchpflanzen {pl} (Boswellia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
incense trees (botanical genus)
haubar; hiebreif; hiebsreif {adj} (Bäume) [agr.]
fit for felling; exploitable (trees)
Kolabäume {pl} (Cola) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Kola trees (botanical genus)
Blauglockenbäume {pl}; Paulownien {pl} (Paulownia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
paulownia trees (botanical genus)
Guttaperchabäume {pl} (Palaquium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gutta-percha trees (botanical genus)
'Über den Fluss und in die Wälder' (von Hemingway Werktitel) [lit.]
'Across the River and into the Trees' (by Hemingway work title)
Seidenwollbäume {pl} (Bombax) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
silk cotton trees (botanical genus)
Kuchenbäume {pl}; Katsurabäume {pl} (Cercidiphyllum) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
katsura trees; katsuras (botanical genus)
Johannisbrotbaum {m}; Karubenbaum {m} [bot.]
Johannisbrotbäume {pl}; Karubenbäume {pl}
carob tree; locust bean tree
carob trees; locust bean trees
baumlos; baumfrei {adj}
treeless; devoid of trees; barren of timber
Erdbeerbäume {pl} (Arbutus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
strawberry trees; madrones [Am.] (botanical genus)
Blaugummibäume {pl}; Eukalypten {pl} (Eucalyptus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gum-trees; eucalypts (botanical genus)
Horst {m} (Gruppe gleichartiger Bäume in einem gemischten Bestand) [bot.]
pocket (group of trees of the same species in a mixed stand)
Allee {f}; Straße {f}
Alleen {pl}; Straßen {pl}
avenue Ave ; alley (of trees)
avenues; alleys
Laubbaum {m}, laubabwerfender Baum [bot.]
Laubbäume {pl}, laubabwerfende Bäume
deciduous tree, broad-leafed tree, broad-leafed tree
deciduous trees, broad-leafed trees, broad-leafed trees
Linden {pl}; Lindenbäume {pl} (Tilia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Winterlinde; Steinlinde; kleinblättrige Linde (Tilia cordata)
Sommerlinde; großblättrige Linde (Tilia platyphyllos)
limes [Br.]; lime trees [Br.]; lindens [Am.]; linden trees [Am.] (botanical genus)
small-leaved lime [Br.]; small-leaved linden [Am.]
large-leaved lime [Br.]; large-leaved linden [Am.]
Trauerweide {f} [bot.]
Trauerweiden {pl}
weeping willow
weeping willows
Birkhahn x Moorschneehenne (Bastard) [ornith.]
black grouse x willow grouse
Kronenlaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Eastern Crowned Leaf-Warbler (Phylloscopus coronatus), Temminck's Crowned Willow Warbler
Kronenlaubsänger {m} (Phylloscopus coronatus) [ornith.]
Eastern crowned leaf-warbler; temminck's crowned willow warbler
Kokosnusspalmen {pl}; Kokospalmen {pl} (Cocos nucifera) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
coconut palms; coconut trees; cocos (botanical genus)
Altingia-Bäume {pl} (Altingia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Rasamala (Altingia excelsa)
Altingia-trees (botanical genus)
bodi rimbo; cemara itam; duang; jikri; jutili jutuli; lamin; mala; mandung; nantayok; rasamala
Mandelbaum {m} [bot.]
Mandelbäume {pl}
almond; almond tree
almonds; almod trees
Nadelbaum {m} [bot.]
Nadelbäume {pl}
conifer; coniferous tree
conifers; coniferous trees
pfeifen, sausen, heulen, rauschen {vi} (Wind)
pfeifend, sausend, heulend, rauschend
gepfiffen, gesaust, geheult, gerauscht
Der Wind rauschte durch die Bäume.
to sough
soughing
soughed
The wind soughed through the trees.
pfeifen; sausen; heulen; rauschen {vi} (Wind)
pfeifend; sausend; heulend; rauschend
gepfiffen; gesaust; geheult; gerauscht
Der Wind rauschte durch die Bäume.
to sough
soughing
soughed
The wind soughed through the trees.
Jungbaum {m}; Bäumchen {n} [bot.]
Jungbäume {pl}; Bäumchen {pl}
sapling; young tree
saplings; young trees
Dattelpalmen {pl} (Phoenix) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
date palms; date trees (botanical genus)
Mandelbaum {m} [bot.]
Mandelbäume {pl}
almond, almond tree
almonds, almod trees
Nadelbaum {m} [bot.]
Nadelbäume {pl}
conifer, coniferous tree
conifers, coniferous trees
Spalierbaum {m}
Spalierbäume {pl}
espalier tree; cordon
espalier trees
Horstbaum {m} (Forstwirtschaft)
Horstbäume {pl}
nesting tree (forestry)
nesting trees
Brotfruchtbäume {pl} (Artocarpus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Brotbaum {m}; Brotfrucht {f} (Artocarpus altilis)
breadfruit trees (botanical genus)
breadfruit
Spalierbaum {m}
Spalierbäume {pl}
espalier tree, cordon
espalier trees
Wald {m}
Wälder {pl}
den Wald vor lauter Bäumen nicht sehen [übtr.]
wood
woods
miss the wood for the trees
sickern (durch etw.); einsickern; durchsickern [übtr.] {vi}
sickernd; einsickernd; durchsickernd
gesickert; eingesickert; durchgesickert
Das Regenwasser sickert durch den Felsen.
Das Sonnenlicht schimmerte durch die Bäume durch.
Es ist bis zu uns durchgesickert; Es hat sich bis zu uns herumgesprochen.
to percolate (through sth.)
percolating
percolated
Rainwater percolates (down) through the rock.
Sunlight percolated down through the trees.
It has percolated through to us.
Eschen {pl} (Fraxinus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gemeine Esche {f}; gewöhnliche Esche {f}; hohe Esche {f} (Fraxinus excelsior)
ashes; ash trees (botanical genus)
common ash; European ash
Linde {f}, Lindenbaum {m} [bot.]
Linden {pl}, Lindenbäume {pl}
lime, lime tree [Br.], linden [Am.]
limes, lime trees
jdn. etw. zu etw. bewegen {vt}
Die steigende Zahl von Beschwerden hat ihn schließlich zum Handeln bewegt.
Ein leises Lüftchen bewegte die Blätter auf den Bäumen.
to stir sb. sth. into sth.
The rising number of complaints has finally stirred him into action.
A gentle breeze stirred the leaves on the trees.
bei etw. nur in geringem Maß vorhanden sein {vi}
ein Ort wo es kaum menschliche Siedlungen gibt
In dem Dorf gibt es nur wenige Bäume.
In den Straßen fuhren nur wenige Fahrzeuge.
to be scant of sth.
a place scant of human habitation
The village is scant of trees.
Streets were scant of vehicles.
Tannenbaum {m} [bot.]
Tannenbäume {pl}
fir tree
fir trees
Tassenständer {m} [cook.]
Tassenständer {pl}
mug tree
mug trees
Straßenbaum {m}
Straßenbäume {pl}
roadside tree
roadside trees
Zierbaum {m} [bot.]
Zierbäume {pl} [bot.]
ornamental tree
ornamental trees
Tulpenbaum {m} [bot.]
Tulpenbäume {pl}
tulip tree
tulip trees
Verzeichnisbaum {m} [comp.]
Verzeichnisbäume {pl}
directory tree
directory trees
Vogelbeerbaum {m} [bot.]
Vogelbeerbäume {pl}
rowan tree
rowan trees
Zitronenbaum {m} [bot.]
Zitronenbäume {pl}
lemon tree
lemon trees
grundständig; unmittelbar über dem Boden wachsend {adj} [bot.]
Querschnittsfläche eines Baumbestands etc.
basal
basal area for trees etc.
Apfelbaum {m} [bot.]
Apfelbäume {pl}
apple tree
apple trees
Waldbaum {m}
Waldbäume {pl}
forest tree
forest trees
Walnussbaum {m} [bot.]
Walnussbäume {pl}
walnut tree
walnut trees
Windflüchter {m} [bot.]
Windflüchter {pl}
windswept tree
windswept trees
Suchbaum {m} [comp.]
Suchbäume {pl}
search tree
search trees
Birkenbaum {m} [bot.]
Birkenbäume {pl}
birch tree
birch trees
Balsabaum {m} (Ochroma pyramidale) [bot.]
Balsabäume {pl}
balsa tree
balsa trees
Baumruine {f} [bot.]
Baumruinen {pl}
dead tree
dead trees
Binärbaum {m}
Binärbäume {pl}
binary tree
binary trees
Birnbaum {m} [bot.]
Birnbäume {pl}
pear tree
pear trees
Cashewbaum {m}; Nierenbaum {m} [bot.]
Cashewbäume {pl}; Nierenbäume {pl}
cashew tree
cashew trees
Drachenbaum {m} [biol.]
Drachenbäume {pl}
dragon tree
dragon trees
Entscheidungsbaum {m}
Entscheidungsbäume {pl}
decision tree
decision trees
Fehlerbaum {m}
Fehlerbäume {pl}
fault tree
fault trees
Cashewbaum {m}, Nierenbaum {m} [bot.]
Cashewbäume {pl}, Nierenbäume {pl}
cashew tree
cashew trees
Chaussee-Baum {m} [bot.]
Chaussee-Bäume {pl}
alley tree
alley trees
Ginkgobaum {m} [bot.]
Ginkgobäume {pl}
ginkgo tree
ginkgo trees
Kakaobaum {m} [bot.]
Kakaobäume {pl}
cacao tree
cacao trees
Kakaobaum {m} [bot.]
Kakaobäume {pl}
cocoa tree
cocoa trees
Kirschbaum {m} [bot.]
Kirschbäume {pl}
cherry tree
cherry trees
Longanbaum {m} [bot.]
Longanbäume {pl}
longan tree
longan trees
Obstbaum {m}
Obstbäume {pl}
fruit tree
fruit trees
Rosenstock {m} [bot.]
Rosenstöcke {pl}
rose tree
rose trees
Samenbaum {m} [bot.]
Samenbäume {pl}
seed tree
seed trees
Avocadobaum {m} [bot.]
Avocadobäume {pl}
avocado tree
avocado trees
Granatapfelbaum {m} [bot.]
Granatapfelbäume {pl}
pomegranate tree
pomegranate trees
Mangobaum {f} [bot.]
Mangobäume {pl}
mango tree
mango trees
Olivenbaum {m} [bot.]
Olivenbäume {pl}
olive tree
olive trees
Kratzbaum {m}; Katzenbaum {m} [zool.]
Kratzbäume {pl}; Katzenbäume {pl} [zool.]
cat tree
cat trees
Holunderbaum {m}; Fliederbeerbaum {m} [bot.]
Holunderbäume {pl}; Fliederbeerbäume {pl}
elder tree
elder trees
Kautschukbaum {m}
Kautschukbäume {pl}
rubber tree
rubber trees
Schellenbaum {m} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
Schellenbäume {pl}
bell tree
bell trees
Walnussbäume {pl}; Nussbäume {pl} [ugs.]; Walnüsse {pl} (Juglans) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Butternussbaum {m}; Butternuss {f}; Weiße Walnuss {f}; Graue Walnuss {f}; Graunuss {f} (Juglans cinerea)
walnut trees; walnuts (botanical genus)
butternut tree; butternut; white walnut
Dornenbaum {m} [bot.]
Dornenbäume {pl}
thorn tree; thorn [Br.]
thorn trees; thorns
Mammutbaum {m}, Riesen-Mammutbaum {m} [bot.]
Mammutbäume {pl}
mammoth tree, giant sequoia
mammoth trees, giant sequoias
leerer Raum {n}; Leere {n}; Leere {f}
ins Leere starren
Rechts von mir kam ein paar Meter nichts dann Bäume.
emptiness; vacancy; vacantness
to stare into vacancy
On my right there were several yards of emptiness then trees.
Kalebassenbäume {pl}; Kalebassen Kalabassen {pl} (Crescentia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gemeiner gewöhnlicher Kalebassenbaum; gemeine gewöhnliche Kalebasse Kalabasse (Crescentia cujete)
calabash trees; calabashs kalebas; huingos (botanical genus)
common calabash tree; common calabash
sich lichten {vr}
sich lichtend
sich gelichtet
Der Nebel lichtet sich normalerweise bis Mittag.
Die Bäume lichteten sich als wir uns dem Berggipfel näherten.
Die Menge hatte sich gelichtet und nur ein paar Leute waren geblieben.
Der Verkehr lockerte sich endlich auf.
to thin (out); to clear (up)
thinning; clearing
thinned; cleared
The haze usually clears by lunchtime.
The trees thinned as we got closer to the top of the mountain.
The crowd had thinned out and only a few people were left.
Traffic was finally thinning.
Platane {f} [bot.]
Platanen {pl}
plane, plane-tree
planes, plane-trees
Kastanienbaum {m} [bot.]
Kastanienbäume {pl}
chestnut tree, chestnut
chestnut trees, chestnuts
Pflaumenbaum {m} [Norddt.] [Mitteldt.]; Zwetschgenbaum {m} [Dt.] [Schw.]; Zwetschenbaum {m} [Norddt.]; Quetschenbaum {m} [Süddt.]; Zwetschkenbaum {m} [Ös.] [bot.]
Pflaumenbäume {pl}; Zwetschgenbäume {pl}; Zwetschenbäume {pl}; Quetschenbäume {pl}; Zwetschkenbäume {pl}
plum tree; plum
plum trees; plums
Baum {m}
Bäume {pl}
mit Bäumen bestanden
tree
trees
tree-covered, tree-lined
Ulme {f}, Rüster {f} [bot.]
Ulmen {pl}
elm, elm tree
elms, elm trees
Kastanienbaum {m} [bot.]
Kastanienbäume {pl}
chestnut tree; chestnut
chestnut trees; chestnuts
Ulme {f}; Rüster {f} [bot.]
Ulmen {pl}
elm; elm tree
elms; elm trees
jdn. etw. ärmer machen; jdn. verarmen lassen {vt}
ärmer machend; verarmen lassend
ärmer gemacht; verarmen lassen
verarmt sein
Die verheerenden Überschwemmungen in Pakistan haben viele Familien verarmen lassen.
Schnellwachsende Bäume laugen den Boden aus.
Die Welt ist durch seinen Tod ärmer geworden.
to impoverish sb. sth.
impoverishing
impoverished
to be impoverished
The devastating floods in Pakistan have impoverished many families.
Fast-growing trees impoverish the soil.
The world has been impoverished by his death.
(deutlich) hervortreten; hervorstechen; herausstechen {vi}; sich abheben; sich abzeichnen {vr} (von etw. gegen etw.)
An seinen Schläfen traten die Venen hervor.
Diese Homepage sticht aus der Masse hervor heraus.
Eine Hochzeit bleibt immer in besonderer Erinnerung.
Die Umrisse der Bäume zeichneten sich gegen den klaren Nachthimmel ab.
to stand out (from sth. against sth.)
The veins stood out on his temples.
This website stands out in the crowd.
A wedding will always stand out in people's memories.
The silhouettes of the trees stood out against the clear night sky.
Schirmakazien {pl}; Seidenakazien {pl}; Albizien {pl} (Albizia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Seidenbaum {m}; Schlafbaum {m} (Albizia julibrissin)
silk trees; silk plants; sirises; albizzias (botanical genus)
Persian silk tree; pink silk tree
Dattelpalme {f} [bot.]
Dattelpalmen {pl}
date tree, date palm
date trees, date palms
Mammutbäume {pl} (Sequoioideae) (botanische Unterfamilie)
Riesenmammutbaum {m}; Bergbammutbaum {m}; Wellingtonie {f} (Sequoiadendron giganteum)
Küstenmammutbaum {m}; Küstensequoie {f}; (amerikanisches) Rotholz {n} (Sequoia sempervirens)
Urweltmammutbaum {m}; chinesisches Rotholz {m}; Wassertanne {f}; Metasequoie {f} (Metasequoia glyptostroboides)
mammoth trees (botanical subfamily)
giant sequoia; Sierra redwood; Sierran redwood; Wellingtonia
coast redwood; giant redwood; California redwood
dawn redwood; metasequoia
Eiben {pl} (Taxus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
chinesische Eibe {f} (Taxus sumatrana)
europäische Eibe {f}; gemeine gewöhnliche Eibe {f}; Eibe {f} (Taxus baccata)
Florida-Eibe {f} (Taxus floridana)
Himalaja-Eibe {f} (Taxus wallichiana)
japanische Eibe {f} (Taxus cuspidata)
kanadische Eibe {f} (Taxus canadensis)
mexikanische Eibe {f} (Taxus globosa)
pazifische Eibe {f} (Taxus brevifolia)
yews; yew trees (botanical genus)
Chinese yew; Sumatran yew
European yew; English yew; common yew
Florida yew
Himalayan yew
Japanese yew
Canada yew; American yew; ground hemlock; shinwood
Mexican yew
Pacific yew; Western yew
Lärchen {pl} (Larix) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
europäische Lärche {f} (Larix decidua)
dahurische Lärche {f} (Larix gmelinii)
japanische Lärche (Larix kaempferi)
(ost)amerikanische Lärche; Tamarack {m} (Larix laricina)
westamerikanische Lärche (Larix occidentalis)
Felsengebirgslärche (Larix lyallii)
sibirische Lärche (Larix sibirica)
russische Lärche (Larix sukaczewii)
chinesische Lärche (Larix potaninii)
Himalaya-Lärche (Larix himalaica)
Sikkim-Lärche (Larix griffithii Larix griffithiania)
Yunnan-Lärche (Larix speciosa)
Larix mastersiana
larches; larch trees (botanical genus)
European larch
Dahurian larch
Japanese larch
American larch; Eastern larch; Tamarack larch; hackmatack
Western larch
subalpine Larch
Siberian larch
Russian larch
Chinese larch
Langtang larch
Himalayan larch
Yunnan Larch
Masters' Larch
Zwergkiefer {f} [bot.]
Zwergkiefern {pl}
dwarf pine tree
dwarf pine trees
Palme {f} [bot.]
Palmen {pl}
jdn. auf die Palme bringen [übtr.]
jdn. auf die Palme bringen [übtr.]
auf die Palme gehen [übtr.]
palm; palm tree
palms; palm trees
to drive sb. up the wall [fig.]
to get sb.'s shirt out [fig.]
to get one's knickers in a twist [fig.]
Palme {f} [bot.]
Palmen {pl}
jdn. auf die Palme bringen [übtr.]
jdn. auf die Palme bringen [übtr.]
auf die Palme gehen [übtr.]
palm, palm tree
palms, palm trees
to drive sb. up the wall [fig.]
to get sb.'s shirt out [fig.]
to get one's knickers in a twist [fig.]
Platanen {f} (Platanus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Amerikanische Platane (Platanus occidentalis)
Kalifornische Platane (Platanus racemosa)
platanus; planes; plane-trees (botanical genus)
American sycamore; American planetree; occidental plane; buttonwood
California sycamore; Western sycamore; California plane tre
Wurzel {f} [bot.] [übtr.]
Wurzeln {pl}
Wurzeln ausbilden [bot.]
Wurzeln schlagen [bot.] [übtr.]
zurück zu den Wurzeln
an einem Ort heimisch werden einen festen Platz finden [übtr.]
Unkraut mit den Wurzeln ausreißen
Ulmen haben flache Wurzeln.
Kakteen haben tiefe und ausladende Wurzeln.
Dieser Gedanke hatte sich in meinem Kopf festgesetzt.
Es dauerte Jahrzehnte bis die demokratischen Ideale einen festen Platz in diesem Teil der Welt bekamen.
root
roots
to grow develop produce roots
to take strike root roots
back to the roots
to take root in a place
to pull weeds up by the roots
Elm trees have shallow roots.
Cacti have deep and spreading roots.
The idea had taken root in my mind.
It took decades for democratic ideals to take root in that part of the world.
Totholz {n} [bot.]
Totholz in Bäumen
dead wood
dead wood in trees
Christbaum {m}; Weihnachtsbaum {m}; Lichterbaum {m}
Christbäume {pl}; Weihnachtsbäume {pl}; Lichterbäume {pl}
künstlicher Christbaum; künstlicher Weihnachtsbaum
den Christbaum schmücken anputzen aufputzen
Christmas tree
Christmas trees
artificial Christmas tree
to trim the Christmas tree
Feigenbäume {f}; Feigen {pl} (Ficus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Gummibaum {m} (Ficus elastica)
Birkenfeige {f} (Ficus benjamina)
Geigenfeige {f} (Ficus lyrata)
Lorbeerfeige {f}; Chinesische Feige {f}; Indischer Lorbeer {m} (Ficus microcarpa)
Bengalische Feige {f}; Banyanfeige {f}; Banyanbaum {m} (Ficus benghalensis)
fig trees; figs (botanical genus)
rubber tree; rubber plant; rubber fig; (Indian) rubber bush
weeping fig; Benjamin's fig; ficus tree
fiddle-leaf [fig.]
Indian laurel; curtain fig; Chinese banyan Malayan banyan Taiwan banyan
Indian banyan
Kabelbaum {m} [electr.]
Kabelbäume {pl}
cable form [Br.]; cable harness [Am.]; cable tree; loom of cables wires; wire harness; wire assembly
cable forms; cable harnesses; cable trees; looms of cables wires; wire harnesses; wire assemblies
teilweise; zum Teil {adv}
Blinde und Sehbehinderte
ganz oder teilweise
teils wegen ... teils wegen
nur zum Teil erfolgreich sein
Das liegt zum Teil daran dass ...
Das Ergebnis ist teils belustigend teils ärgerlich.
Die Straße ist durch umgestürzte Bäume teilweise blockiert.
Die Probleme sind teilweise auf schlechtes Management zurückzuführen.
Die Krankheit ist zumindest teilweise psychologisch bedingt.
Das stimmt nur zum Teil.
in part; partly; partially (formal)
the blind and partially sighted
in whole or in part; wholly or partly
partly because of ... and partly because of ...
to be only partially successful
This is partly because ...
The result is partly amusing and partly annoying.
The road is partly partially blocked by fallen trees.
The problems are partly due to bad management.
The cause of the illness is at least in part psychological.; The cause of the illness is in part at least psychological.
This is only partially partly true.; This is only true in part.
Hickorynussbäume {pl}; Hickorybäume {pl} (Carya) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Bitternussbaum {m}; Bitternuss {f} (Carya cordiformis)
Ferkelnussbaum {m}; Ferkelnuss {f} (Carya glabra)
Pekannussbaum {m}; Pekannuss {f} (Carya illinoinensis)
Königsnussbaum {m}; Königsnuss {f} (Carya laciniosa)
Schuppenrinden-Hickorybaum {m}; Schindelborkiger Hickorybaum {m} (Carya ovata)
hickory trees (botanical genus)
bitternut hickory tree; bittnut hickory
pignut hickory tree; coast pignut hickory; pignut hickory; sweet pignut smoothbark hickory; swamp hickory; broom hickory
pecan hickory tree; pecan tree; pecan
kingnut kickory tree; kingnut tree; shellbark hickory; Western shellbark
shagbark hickory tree; shagbark hickory

Deutsche Synonyme für Weidenbaeume

Englische Synonyme für willow trees

Lexikoneinträge für willow trees

Sea willow () A gorgonian coral with long flexible branches.
Water willow () An American aquatic plant (Dianthera Americana) with long willowlike leaves, and spikes of small purplish flowers.
Willow (n.) Any tree or shrub of the genus Salix, including many species, most of which are characterized often used as an emblem of sorrow, desolation, or desertion. "A wreath of willow to show my forsaken plight." Sir W. Scott. Hence, a lover forsaken by, or having lost, the person beloved, is said to wear the willow.
Willow (n.) A machine in which cotton or wool is opened and cleansed by the action of long spikes projecting from a drum which revolves within a box studded with similar spikes
Willow (v. t.) To open and cleanse, as cotton, flax, or wool, by means of a willow. See Willow, n., 2.
Willow-herb (n.) A perennial herb (Epilobium spicatum) with narrow willowlike leaves and showy rose-purple flowers. The name is sometimes made to include other species of the same genus.
Willow-thorn (n.) A thorny European shrub (Hippophae rhamnoides) resembling a willow.
Willow-weed (n.) A European species of loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris).
Willow-weed (n.) Any kind of Polygonum with willowlike foliage.
Willow-wort (n.) Same as Willow-weed.
Willow-wort (n.) Any plant of the order Salicaceae, or the Willow family.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

willow a textile machine having a system of revolving spikes for opening and cleaning raw textile fibers
willowware
willow-pattern
chinaware decorated with a blue Chinese design on a white background depicting a willow tree and often a river
willow aster a variety of aster
peach bells
peach bell
willow bell
Campanula persicifolia
perennial European bellflower with racemose white or blue flowers
willow oak
Quercus phellos
medium to large deciduous oak of the eastern United States having long lanceolate leaves and soft strong wood
bush willow Combretum appiculatum small deciduous tree of the Transvaal having spikes of yellow flowers
bush willow Combretum erythrophyllum small South African tree having creamy yellow fragrant flowers usually growing on stream banks
Salicaceae
family Salicaceae
willow family
two genera of trees or shrubs having hairy catkins: Salix, Populus
willow
willow tree
any of numerous deciduous trees and shrubs of the genus Salix
white willow
Huntingdon willow
Salix alba
large willow tree of Eurasia and North Africa having greyish canescent leaves and grey bark
silver willow
silky willow Salix alba sericea
Salix sericea
North American willow with greyish silky pubescent leaves that usually blacken in drying
golden willow
Salix alba vitellina
Salix vitellina
European willow having greyish leaves and yellow-orange twigs used in basketry
cricket-bat willow
Salix alba caerulea
Eurasian willow tree having greyish leaves and ascending branches
arctic willow
Salix arctica
low creeping shrub of Arctic Europe and America
weeping willow
Babylonian weeping willow
Salix babylonica
willow with long drooping branches and slender leaves native to China, widely cultivated as an ornamental
Wisconsin weeping willow
Salix pendulina
Salix blanda
Salix pendulina blanda
hybrid willow usually not strongly weeping in habit
pussy willow Salix discolor small willow of eastern North America having greyish leaves and silky catkins that come before the leaves
goat willow
florist's willow
pussy willow Salix caprea
much-branched Old World willow having large catkins and relatively large broad leaves
peachleaf willow
peach-leaved willow
almond-leaves willow
Salix amygdaloides
willow of the western United States with leaves like those of peach or almond trees
almond willow
black Hollander
Salix triandra
Salix amygdalina
Old World willow with light green leaves cultivated for use in basketry
hoary willow
sage willow Salix candida
North American shrub with whitish canescent leaves
crack willow
brittle willow
snap willow
Salix fragilis
large willow tree with stiff branches that are easily broken
prairie willow
Salix humilis
slender shrubby willow of dry areas of North America
dwarf willow
Salix herbacea
widely distributed boreal shrubby willow with partially underground creeping stems and bright green glossy leaves
grey willow
gray willow
Salix cinerea
Eurasian shrubby willow with whitish tomentose twigs
arroyo willow
Salix lasiolepis
shrubby willow of the western United States
shining willow
Salix lucida
common North American shrub with shiny lanceolate leaves
swamp willow
black willow
Salix nigra
North American shrubby willow having dark bark and linear leaves growing close to streams and lakes
bay willow
laurel willow
Salix pentandra
European willow tree with shining leathery leaves, widely naturalized in the eastern United States
purple willow
red willow
red osier basket willow
purple osier
Salix purpurea
Eurasian osier having reddish or purple twigs and bark rich in tannin
balsam willow
Salix pyrifolia
small shrubby tree of eastern North America having leaves exuding an odor of balsam when crushed
creeping willow
Salix repens
small trailing bush of Europe and Asia having straggling branches with silky green leaves of which several varieties are cultivated
Sitka willow
silky willow Salix sitchensis
small shrubby tree of western North America (Alaska to Oregon)
dwarf grey willow
dwarf gray willow
sage willow Salix tristis
willow shrub of dry places in the eastern United States having long narrow leaves canescent beneath
bearberry willow
Salix uva-ursi
dwarf prostrate mat-forming shrub of Arctic and alpine regions of North America and Greenland having deep green elliptic leaves that taper toward the base
common osier
hemp willow
velvet osier
Salix viminalis
willow with long flexible twigs used in basketry
desert willow
Chilopsis linearis
evergreen shrubby tree resembling a willow of dry regions of southwestern North America having showy purplish flowers and long seed pods

 

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