Translation of thicket in Spanish:

thicket

matorral, n.

Pronunciation /ˈθɪkɪt//ˈθɪkɪt/

noun

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    matorral masculine
    • It occurs along coastal beaches of the West Indies and Central America, where its dense thickets are often cultivated to provide a windbreak.
    • Growing in dense thickets, it becomes vulnerable over time to attacks from insects and disease.
    • It is a very attractive park of rolling hills, open grassy valleys, interspersed with thickets, woodlands and rich wetlands.
    • Up to eight warblers may arrive in dense gorse thickets, particularly on clear, cold nights.
    • Song sparrows live in a variety of dense, brushy thickets.
    • Dense thickets of shrubs can have a strong impact on vegetation development, often reducing tree invasion for decades.
    • Regan walked through a thicket of trees and pushed a few branches away.
    • The birds love the dense thickets and scrub and clumps of bushes like blackthorn that grow in the older sites of the park.
    • Barely 20 feet below us was a dense thicket of bushes, and there the car lay on its side, undamaged.
    • The track was soft and mossy, and it led though ferns and brackens, thickets of brambles and groves of tall Himalayan cedar trees.
    • Do you enjoy wading through dense thickets of symbolism?
    • It was basically underbrush - small bushes, thickets, plants with long branches and thorns.
    • Invasive species often form dense stands or thickets that crowd out native vegetation.
    • They rode down a dirt path in the forest amid the thickets of bushes and trees.
    • The owl soared downwards into the thicket of pine trees where its nest was.
    • This study emerged from, and was carried out within, a dense thicket of contradictions.
    • A winding road slopes downhill through a thicket of trees before looping once around a tiny manmade lake.
    • At points the towpath is bordered by mature trees and thickets of elder and hawthorn, home to many different species of birds.
    • The dense thicket of rules and exceptions will drive away, or drive mad, almost anyone else.
    • She had a small house between the villages, on a small hill near a thicket of oak trees.
    • She ran faster, and tried to lose them by running through thickets and in between trees.