sapling

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Englisch - Türkisch
fidan

Oraya fidan ekmeye gittik. - We went there to plant saplings.

{i} delikanlı
genç çocuk
bir yaşında av köpeği
{i} genç
deli kanlı
{i} (epey boy atmış) fidan
fidan (epey boy atmış)
almond sapling
badem fidanı
Englisch - Englisch
A young tree, but bigger than a seedling
A youngster, especially a male nearing maturity
{n} a young tree, apoor simple person
a young tree normally more than 4 1/2 feet (1 5 meters) high and less than 4 inches ( 10 centimeters) in diameter
A loose term for a young tree more than a few feet tall and an inch or so in diameter
A tree more than 0 9 in (3 ft) in height and less than 10 2 cm (4 in) in d b h
a loose term for a young tree no longer a seedling but not yet a pole, about 1 - 2 m high and 2 - 4 cm DBH, typically growing vigorously and without dead bark or more than an occasional dead branch Also, a young tree having a DBH greater than 1 cm but less than the smallest merchantable diameter
Young tree
A live tree 1 0 to 5 0 inches d b h
Young tree less than 4 inches in d b h The minimum diameter of saplings is usually, although not always, placed at 2 inches (17)
A loose term for a young tree more than a few feet tall and an inch or so in diameter that is typically growing vigorously
{i} young tree; young male, youth
A young tree, but bigger then a seedling
A live tree between 1 0 and 5 0 inches d b h
A small tree, usually between 2 and 4 inches DBH
A young tree
A sapling is a young tree. a young tree (SAP)
A tree, usually young, that is larger than a seedling but smaller than a pole Size varies by region
A young tree, shorter than an adult and not yet producing seeds
Trees from 2 inches to 6 inches in diameter at breast height
A young tree, larger than a seedling but smaller than a pole
A loose term for a young tree greater than a few feet tall and an inch or so in diameter at breast height and typically growing vigorously and without dead bark or more than an occasional dead branch Many countries set arbitrary size limits e g , 2 to 4 inches diameter at breast height in the United States As used in timber survey, a size-class definition; trees 1 0 to 4 9 inches at DBH
A small tree, usually between 2 and 4 inches diameter at breast height
Young tree less than 4 inches in dbh The minimum diameter of saplings is usually, although not always, placed at 2 inches
saplings
plural of sapling
sapling

    Silbentrennung

    sap·ling

    Türkische aussprache

    säplîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈsapləɴɢ/ /ˈsæplɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sa-pli[ng], -pl&n ] (noun.) 14th century. sap + -ling

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