Translation of maple in Spanish:

maple

arce, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪpəl//ˈmeɪp(ə)l/

noun

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    arce masculine
    • The hillsides are covered with maples and other foliage.
    • In addition to these, a laceleaf Japanese maple, a vine maple, blue oat grass, and other ornamentals cover the berm.
    • The garden includes ferns, hydrangeas, irises, waterlilies, camellias, rhododendrons, Japanese maples and fuchsias.
    • In the native forests of the Oregon Cascades hemlocks, cedars, maples, many fir and pine species, and others are intermingled among the dominant Douglas fir.
    • Some deciduous trees, such as many maples and oaks, can be pruned to allow more light to reach the ground.
    • Laurel oaks, maples, pecans and sweetgum trees don't do as well.
    • The gardens have very successfully combined Japanese species such as azaleas, maples and cherry trees with native plants such as Canadian maples and red cedars.
    • Although set in 24 acres of land, extra measures have been taken to plant more oaks, sycamores, maples and horse chestnut trees to provide increased privacy.
    • At the end of the road, the view of nature is replaced by rows of small villas surrounded by colourful chrysanthemums and dark-red maples.
    • There was a chill in the air with winds from the not-so-distant fog harassing the prematurely yellowed leaves of maples.
    • Although Acer palmatum is the classic Japanese maple there are other maples from Japan with a similar degree of elegance.
    • The beetles' affinity for certain trees, like maples, poplars, willows, and elms, is significant because such attractive species may be used as sentinel trees.
    • I was blown away - masses of dogwoods with striking blood red stems jostled with white-barked birch trees, snakeskin maples and much more.
    • The answer lies in the tremendous diversity of deciduous trees: maples, oaks, sumacs and beech each impart their own range of colours to the overall palette.
    • The eggs were not laid until the last week of April, as the weather warmed up, serviceberry bloomed, and maples, poplars, birches, and beeches were leafing out.
    • Inside the rotunda are flowers, ivy and a single Japanese maple tree that provides shade for the graves.
    • It wasn't so much different from Utah, but for the fact that this had more maples and oaks than pine trees, and that it was absolutely flat.
    • Among the others are tanoaks, California black oaks, Shreve's oaks, madrones, rhododendrons, manzanita, big leaf maples and bay laurels.
    • Sugar maples, red maples, dogwood, sweet gum, black gum and sourwood can be brilliant red or yellow.
    • If he finds these big structures, he probably has a broad-leaf tree such as a maple or oak instead of a pine or other conifer.
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    (wood)
    madera de arce feminine