In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of trees)bosquecillo masculinoarboleda femeninoan olive grove — un olivar
- an elm grove — un olmedo
- an orange grove — un naranjal
- Each had its own garden, with vines and avocados and small citrus groves.
- The terrain near Alicante is quite nice with terraced olive groves on the mountainsides and orange groves in the valleys.
- We skimmed groves of ancient olive trees and ribs of bleached white stone.
- Most people live in individual family compounds surrounded by banana groves and fields and scattered across the hillsides.
- There is plenty of water coming down the mountains, and he intends to plant citrus groves, I think.
- Their farm is a brisk 15-minute walk from the road through lush coconut groves.
- The woods in front of them degenerated into a thick grove of bamboo and undergrowth.
- We walked along the beach at a quick pace and soon reached the grove.
- Everywhere you turn there are almond, fig, lemon and orange trees and olive groves.
- When they had reached a small grove of trees, the girl turned to look into her love's eyes.
- There is one large volcanic rock and several coconut tree palm groves.
- The valley is a riot of wildflowers, aspen groves, and tumbling rivers.
- The river valleys are loaded with date palm groves, vineyards, and sunflower fields.
- The women who met in the secluded sacred grove became sisters joined by blood.
- They take possession of the villagers' olive groves without offering payment or alternatives.
- Here, on one side, is a terraced olive grove dropping away towards the sea.
- Around the beginning of the 20th century, a neighbor planted a grove of American chestnuts.
- His sustainable productive chain begins at the small coconut groves that are farmed by rural communities.
- For the men, the job ends as soon they fetch raw materials from nearby palm groves.
- Orchards and mulberry groves were uprooted to pave the way for more cotton.
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