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English-German translation for: [oak-grove]
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Dictionary English German: [oak grove]

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electr. Grove cell [Grove element]Grove-Zelle {f} [Grove-Element]
grovy {adj} [resembling a grove]hainartig
for. holt [archaic] [wood, grove, copse]Wäldchen {n}
holt [archaic] [wood, grove, copse]Gehölz {n}
for. holt [archaic] [wood, grove, copse]Hain {m} [geh.]
geogr. [grove of woods along river's edge]Auenwäldchen {n}
for. (small) wood [grove]Holzung {f} [veraltend] [Gehölz, Wäldchen, Wald]
lit. stocks Only the Paranoid Survive. [Andrew S. Grove]Nur die Paranoiden überleben.
motte [Am., esp. Texas] [also: mott] [copse or small grove of trees]Baumgruppe {f}
ash {adj} [attr.] [e.g. bark, cicada, grove, leaf, species, wood]Eschen- [z. B. Rinde, Zikade, Wäldchen, Blatt, Art, Holz]
bibl. Allon-bacuth [oak of weeping]Klageiche {f}
bot. hop strobile [oak hop gall]Eichenrosengalle {f}
for. oak log [felled oak trunk](gefällter) Eichenstamm {m}
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hunting [fir, spruce, pine, oak, alder]gerechte Holzarten {pl} [jägerspr. für Tanne, Fichte, Kiefer, Eiche, Erle]
Oriental white oak [Quercus aliena] [also: oriental white oak]Orientalische Weiß-Eiche {f} [auch: Orientalische Weißeiche]
constr. furn. oak {adj} [attr.] [made of oak wood or timber]eichen [attr.] [aus Eichenholz]
agr. hist. mast [the fruit of the oak and beech or other forest trees, used as food for hogs and other animals]Eichelmast {f}
agr. hist. mast [the fruit of the oak and beech or other forest trees, used as food for hogs and other animals]Schweinemast {f} mit Eicheln [auch: Eichelmast od. Eckerich]
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