grove

listen to the pronunciation of grove
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} koru

Sami arabasını bir ağaç korusuna sakladı. - Sami hid his car in a grove of trees.

Onunla birlikte koruya girdim. - I went into the grove with him.

kavaklık
ağaçlık
{i} (meyve ağaçlarından oluşan) bahçe: orange grove portakal bahçesi. walnut grove cevizlik
korumak
cypress grove
servilik
willow grove
söğütlük
citrus grove
Turunçgiller bahçesi
garden grove
bahçe koru
urn grove
semaver koru
fig grove
incirlik
orange grove
portakal bahçesi
pine grove
çamlık
walnut grove
cevizlik
Englisch - Englisch
A habitational surname for someone who lived near a grove
{v} to be mean, to creep on the ground
(as in Keeper of the Grove) n Smaller than a forest, groves are small woods or stands of trees that lack vines and other undergrowth beneath the trees Groves are often planted in order to raise nuts or fruits; a pecan or orange grove "The Ash Grove" is a famous Welsh song Warcraft III art; Warcraft III screenshot
A medium sized collection of trees
Grove is often used as part of the name of a street. 47 Canada Grove, Bognor Regis. British musicologist whose Dictionary of Music and Musicians (first published 1878-1889) has become a standard reference work. American baseball player. A left-handed pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics (1925-1933) and the Boston Red Sox (1934-1941), he led the American League in earned run average nine times and in strikeouts seven times. Garden Grove Grove Andrew S. Grove Sir George
garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth a small growth of trees without underbrush
a small growth of trees without underbrush
garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth
Basic body of the OMS A Grove is a working magickal group of Druids who meet on regular basis for ritual and fellowship
{i} small wooded area
A grove is a group of trees that are close together. an olive grove
n a small wood or group of trees without undergrowth
A smaller group of trees than a forest, and without underwood, planted, or growing naturally as if arranged by art; a wood of small extent
grove snail
one of the most common species of landsnail in Europe, with a dark brown lip to its shell
olive grove
A cluster of olive trees
orange grove
A group of cultivated orange trees
A grove
greave
A grove
greve
Andrew S. Grove
born Sept. 2, 1936, Budapest, Hung. Hungarian-born U.S. businessman. He studied at CCNY before earning his Ph.D. from UC-Berkeley in 1963. After working for Fairchild Semiconductor (1963-67), he helped found Intel Corp. in 1968. At Intel he has served as president (1979-97), CEO (1987-97), and chairman of the board (from 1997) and is widely credited with the company's enormous success. He has lectured at Stanford University from 1991. He holds several patents on semiconductor devices and technology and is the author of several books. In 1997 he was named Time magazine's "Man of the Year
Buffalo Grove
A village of northeast Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Population: 36,427
Garden Grove
A city of southern California, a residential suburb of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Population: 143,050. City (pop., 2000: 165,196), southwestern California, U.S. Located south of Anaheim, it is a growing suburban residential area. It is the site of the Crystal Cathedral, a church sheathed in 10,000 panes of glass, designed by Philip Johnson
Sir George Grove
born Aug. 13, 1820, London, Eng. died May 28, 1900, London British musicologist. He was trained as a civil engineer, and he erected lighthouses in Jamaica and Bermuda. He became secretary of the Crystal Palace in 1852, and he would write program notes for its concerts for 40 years. His extensive contributions to William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible led to his establishing the Palestine Exploration Fund in 1865. He served as editor of Macmillan's Magazine (1868-83). In 1873 he began work on his four-volume Dictionary of Music and Musicians; expanded to 20 volumes in subsequent editions, it is today the world's foremost music encyclopedia. He served as first director of the Royal College of Music (1883-92), an institution he was largely responsible for placing on a firm professional and physical foundation
groves
plural of grove
groves
United States general who served as military director of the atomic bomb project (1896-1970)
lemon grove
a grove of lemon trees
orange grove
grove of orange trees
grove
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