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Tenses: trees, treeing, treed

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African tulip tree
alien tree species
almond tree
apple tree
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avocado tree
axle tree
balsam tree
banana tree
banyan tree
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bark of a tree
bark tree
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barren tree
bay tree
beam tree
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be up a gum tree
big tree
Biliary Tree
binary search tree
binary tree
blossoming of a tree
blue gum tree
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Etymology: [ trE ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English trēow, from Proto-Germanic *trewan (compare Danish træ), from pre-Germanic *dréu̯om, from Proto-Indo-European *dóru, *deru 'tree' (compare Hittite taru, Welsh dâr 'oak', Tocharian A or, Albanian dru 'wood', Ancient Greek δόρυ (dóry) 'wood, spear', δρῦς (drŷs) 'tree, oak', Avestan dāuru, Sanskrit dāru).
Synonyms: forest, hardwood, pulp, sapling, seedling, shrub, softwood, stock, timber, wood, woods
1 ağaç  isim
2 mil  isim
3 eski darağacı
4 tree toad ağaç kurbağası
5 ağaçın
6 tree fern ağaç gibi büyüyen eğreltiotu
7 eyer kaltağı
8 elektronik üzerindeki geçici radyasyon etkileri (transient radiation effects on electronics)  Askeri
9 ağaçtan
10 çıkmaza sokmak
11 ağaca çıkarmak
12 tre
13 korkudan ağaca sığınmaya mecbur etmek
14 Ağaç şeklinde yayılan kristal  Tıp
15 dili çıkmaza sokmak
16 darağacı  isim
17 Certhia
18 çarmıh
19 tree creeper orman tırmaşık kuşu
20 tree frog
21trees ağaçlar
22an tree Bir ağaç
23treeless ağaçsız
24treeless (sıfat) ağaçsız
25treelike ağaca benzer
26treelike agaca benzer
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27 A connected graph with no cycles or, equivalently, a connected graph with n vertices and n-1 edges
28 A recursive data structure in which each node has zero or more nodes as children
29 The structural frame of a saddle
30 An object made from a tree trunk and having multiple hooks or storage platforms - "He had the choice of buying a scratching post or a cat tree."
31 A large plant, not exactly defined, but typically over four meters in height, a single trunk which grows in girth with age and branches (which also grow in circumference with age)
32 Any plant that is reminiscent of the above but not classified as a tree in the strict botanical sense: for example the banana "tree"
33 A display or listing of entries or elements such that there are primary and secondary entries shown, usually linked by drawn lines or by indenting to the right - "We’ll show it as a tree list."
34 A device used to hold or stretch a shoe open - "He put a shoe tree in each of his shoes."
35 Any structure or construct having branches akin to (1)
36 To chase (an animal or person) up a tree - "The dog treed the cat."
37 The structure or wooden frame used in the construction of a saddle used in horse riding
38 plant with wood stem from which branches grow at some height above the ground; bush or shrub similar in appearance to a tree; pole, beam  isim
39 See Tree, n
40 chase a bear up a tree with dogs and kill it
41 To drive to a tree; to cause to ascend a tree; as, a dog trees a squirrel
42 English actor and theatrical producer noted for his lavish productions of Shakespeare (1853-1917) a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms a figure that branches from a single root; "genealogical tree"
43 A cross or gallows; as Tyburn tree
44 Wood; timber
45 A mass of crystals, aggregated in arborescent forms, obtained by precipitation of a metal from solution
46 See Lead tree, under Lead
47 A piece of timber, or something commonly made of timber; used in composition, as in axletree, boottree, chesstree, crosstree, whiffletree, and the like
48 To place upon a tree; to fit with a tree; to stretch upon a tree; as, to tree a boot
49 b A data structure consisting of nodes which may contain other nodes via its branches Unlike a tree in nature, the root node is usually represented at the top of the structure and does not have a parent node All other nodes have a single parent Nodes having no child nodes are called leaf nodes An XML document represents a tree structure
50 Something constructed in the form of, or considered as resembling, a tree, consisting of a stem, or stock, and branches; as, a genealogical tree
51 A woody plant usually having one or more perennial stems, a more or less definitely formed crown of foliage, and a height of al least 12 feet at maturity
52 A tree is a graph which contains no cycles We can visualize a tree by drawing it with a root at the top with the vertices below leading to the leaves at the lowest If the vertices are placed on levels, higher level vertices are referred to the parents of the vertices directly below them, while the lower vertices are similarly referred to as their children A Tree
53 A woody plant usually having one or more perennial stems, a more or less definitely formed crown of foliage, and a height of at least 12 feet at maturity
54 A physical topology consisting of a hierarchy of master-slave connections between a concentrator and other FDDI nodes (including subordinate concentrators)
55 Mathematically, an acyclic (cycle-free) line graph Used to represent the evolutionary history of a set of taxa, with the leaves (or terminal branches) representing contemporary taxa and the internal branches representing hypothesised ancestors (see also rooted tree, unrooted tree)
56 [/tree Mother [D1 Dn]] The elements are set as a tree, with daughters aligned vertically along their tops Horizontally, the mother appears centred over the midpoint of the centre daughter (if there are an odd number of daughters) or over the a point midway between the midpoints of the two centre daughters (if there are an even number of daughters) Note that midpoint need not correspond to one half of the x-dimension for a particular subtree Rather, it is defined in terms of the position of the mother of the subtree, which is itself dependent on the subtree's daughters' positions There are no restrictions on the elements that constitute the nodes of the tree
57 English actor and theatrical producer noted for his lavish productions of Shakespeare (1853-1917)
58 If you say that someone is barking up the wrong tree, you mean that they are following the wrong course of action because their beliefs or ideas about something are incorrect. Scientists in Switzerland realised that most other researchers had been barking up the wrong tree
59 A tree is a tall plant that has a hard trunk, branches, and leaves. I planted those apple trees. a variety of shrubs and trees. see also Christmas tree, family tree
60 force to climb on a tree; put in a difficult situation; put a shoe on a shoetree  fiil
61 If someone can't see the wood for the trees in British English, or can't see the forest for the trees in American English, they are very involved in the details of something and so they do not notice what is important about the thing as a whole
62 the top of the tree: see top. British actor and producer who founded the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (1904). Woody perennial plant. Most trees have a single self-supporting trunk containing woody tissues, and in most species the trunk produces secondary limbs called branches. Trees provide many valuable products, especially wood, one of the world's chief building materials, and wood pulp, used in papermaking. Wood is also a major fuel source. Trees supply edible fruits and nuts. In addition, trees take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen during photosynthesis. Their root systems help retain water and soil, preventing floods and erosion. Trees and forests provide habitats for a wide variety of animals, and they beautify both natural and altered landscapes. Growth rings in the trunk indicate the age of most trees. The tallest trees are the Pacific coast redwoods; the oldest are the bristlecone pines, some of which are over 4,000 years old. See also conifer; deciduous tree; evergreen; forest; shrub; softwood. big tree bodhi tree bo tree Christmas tree deciduous tree Joshua Tree National Park monkey puzzle tree phylogenetic tree plane tree rubber tree tree fern tree frog tree toad tree of heaven Tree Sir Herbert Draper Beerbohm tulip tree world tree
63 a figure that branches from a single root; "genealogical tree"
64 a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
65 In communications networks, a physical topology consisting of a hierarchy of master-slave connections between a concentrator and other FDDI nodes (including subordinate concentrators)
66 Woody plants having one erect perennial stem or trunk at least 3 inches d b h , a more or less definitely formed crown of foliage, and a height of at least 13 feet (at maturity)
67 This is the metaphor used to describe hierarchies
68 A group of nodes that contains no cycles, also called a directed acyclic graph or DAG Trees typically represent decision-making structures, such as the progression from a directory to a subdirectory to a document
69 A tree is a graph which is connected but contains no circuits
70 A large woody plant that has a trunk which supports branches and leaves
71 Any perennial woody plant of considerable size (usually over twenty feet high) and growing with a single trunk
72 A graphical diagram used to display the hierarchical structure of the directories on a disk The Windows 95 Explorer allows the disk to be viewed this way
73 a very large plant that is at least 20 feet tall, it has only one main trunk (stem) that grows in circumference (around) every year The stem is persistent (it does not die back), and the stem lives for many, many years The stem also has a vascular system - it has cells that look and act like straws
74 A data structure similar to a linked list, except that each element carries with it the address of two or more other elements, rather than just one Trees are an efficient way of storing items which must be searched for and retrieved quickly
75 Directory Tree is the structure used to store, retreive, locate files and directories All directroy trees begin at a single root location and branch out from there
76 A large, woody plant having one or several self-supporting stems or trunks and numerous branches that reach a height of at least 20 feet at maturity
77 A woodyplant, generally single-stemmed, that reaches a height of more 15 feet at maturity A tree has three major parts: roots, trunk and the crown
78 A restricted type of directed acyclic graph in which there is only one root node, and in which each node has at most one parent
79 Any tall plant, including many conifers and flowering plants, as well as extinct lycophytes and sphenophytes
80 A rigging stand that sits on the floor that can lift a bar of lights up to a certain height Also known as 'winch ups' due to the fact the stand is usually telescoped up by operating a hand winch attached to the side of the tree
81 The set of cells in a koutline that share a common root cell, including the root cell
82 Indented hierarchical structure (branches, leaves) with multiple uses in PeopleSoft; for example, use to define an organization structure or chart of accounts, or use to display reporting relationships or dependencies
83 a woody plant 12 or more feet (four or more meters) tall with a single main stem (trunk) and a more or less distinct crown of leaves
84treed Simple past tense and past participle of tree
85treed Planted or covered with trees
86treelike Having some characteristics of a tree
87treed Planted or covered with trees; wooded: a treed picnic area
88treed past of tree
89treed forced to turn and face attackers; "a stag at bay"; "she had me cornered between the porch and her car"; "like a trapped animal"
90treed wooded, full of trees; forced to climb a tree (about animals)  sıfat
91treeing present participle of tree
92treeless not wooded
93treeless Destitute of trees
94treeless A treeless area or place has no trees in it. a treeless area has no trees in it
95treeless having no trees  sıfat
96treelike arboreal: resembling a tree in form and branching structure; "arborescent coral found off the coast of Bermuda"; "dendriform sponges"
97trees plural of tree
98trees are a special kind of directed graph, in which there is a special vertex, called the root, and which has in-degree 0, and every other vertex has in-degree 1
99trees Cast parts affixed to mold stem prior to cutting off and polishing
100trees woody plants greater than 7 meters tall, and usually with one main trunk
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