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Englisch - Türkisch
siklas
spruce needle oil
(Mantarbilim) Ladin iğnesi yağı
spruce
çam
spruce
şık giydirmek
spruce
şıklaştırmak
spruce oneself up
donanmak
spruce tree
ladin
spruce
giyiminde titiz
spruce
ladin ağacı
spruce
şık
spruce
alaçam
spruce
temiz giyimli
spruce
temiz
spruce
derli toplu
spruce up
şıklaş
spruce
iki dirhem bir çekirdek
spruce
ladin ağac
spruce
çekidüzen vermek
spruce
sprucely şık sprucenessşıklık zarafet
spruce
bakımlı
spruce
düzenlemek
spruce
spruce derleyip topla
spruce
müşkülpesent
spruce
titiz meraklı
spruce
up ile zarif ve şık giyinmek
spruce
giyimine titiz
spruce
{f} düzeltmek (giysi)
spruce
{s} temiz ve zarif. f
spruce
{s} düzgün (giyim)
spruce
{f} çeki düzen vermek

Şu çiçekleri eve çeki düzen vermek için kullandım. - I used those flowers to spruce up the house.

spruce
{i} ladin

Ladin bira sever misin? - Do you like spruce beer?

spruce fir
alaçam
spruce fir
adi ladin
spruce fir
ladin
spruce joiner
çam bağlantı
spruce o.s. up
{k} kendine çekidüzen vermek
spruce oneself up
kendine çeki düzen vermek
spruce oneself up
şık giyinmek
spruce pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kuzeydoğu amerika ladini
spruce up
çeki düzen vermek

Şu çiçekleri eve çeki düzen vermek için kullandım. - I used those flowers to spruce up the house.

spruce up
düzeltmek (giysi)
spruce up
şık giyinmek
caucasian spruce
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) doğu ladini
oriental spruce
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) doğu ladini
black spruce
kara ladin
white spruce
akçam, köknar
Norway spruce
bot. avrupaladini
hemlock spruce
köknara benzer çam ağacı
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von spruce#up im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

Spruce
Prussia
spruce
Any of various large coniferous evergreen trees from the genus Picea, found in northern temperate and boreal regions; originally and more fully spruce fir
spruce
The wood of a spruce
spruce
Made of the wood of the spruce
spruce
Being from a spruce tree
spruce
Smart, trim, and elegant in appearance; fastidious (said of a person)
spruce
(usually with up) to arrange neatly; tidy up
spruce
(usually with up) to make oneself spruce (neat and elegant in appearance)
spruce
to tease
spruce up
To dress or arrange smartly, elegantly, and neatly
spruce up
To refresh, revamp; to freshen or improve something, especially its appearance

Fresh paint and some new curtains would do a lot to spruce up this dark room.

spruce
{n} a kind of fir
spruce
{a} neat, nice, trim, clean
spruce
{i} variety of coniferous evergreen tree
spruce
to make oneself spruce (neat and elegant in appearance)
spruce
to arrange neatly; tidy up
spruce
Made of the wood from a spruce
spruce
marked by smartness in dress and manners; "a dapper young man"; "a jaunty red hat"
spruce
dress and groom with particular care, as for a special occasion; "He spruced up for the party"
spruce
make neat, smart, or trim; "Spruce up your house for Spring"; "titivate the child"
spruce
light soft moderately strong wood of spruce trees; used especially for timbers and millwork
spruce
Someone who is spruce is very neat and smart in appearance. Chris was looking spruce in his stiff-collared black shirt and new short hair cut. a tree that grows in northern countries and has short leaves shaped like needles (spruce fir , from Spruce , former European country, now part of Germany (14-17 centuries)). spruce up to make yourself or something look neater and tidier. Any of about 40 species of evergreen ornamental and timber trees that make up the genus Picea (pine family), native to temperate and cold regions of the Northern Hemisphere. These pyramid-shaped trees have whorled branches and thin, scaly bark. The needlelike, spirally arranged leaves connect to their stems via a peglike woody base, which remains on the twig when the leaf falls. Tough, finely grained, resonant, and pliable, spruce wood is used for sounding boards in pianos and bodies of violins, as well as in construction, for boats and barrels, and as pulpwood. Common species throughout most of northern North America are black spruce (P. mariana), a source of spruce gum, and white spruce (P. glauca), a source of good timber. Blue, or Colorado spruce (P. pungens) is used as an ornamental because of its bluish leaves and symmetrical growth habit
spruce
A spruce is a kind of evergreen tree. Trees such as spruce, pine and oak have been planted. a young blue spruce. 80-year-old spruces. Spruce is the wood from this tree. Early settlers built frames of spruce, maple and pine
spruce
{f} dress up, improve one's outward appearance; make neat and tidy
spruce
any coniferous tree of the genus Picea
spruce
{s} dressed up, having a smart appearance; clean and orderly
spruce
Prussia leather; pruce
spruce
To dress one's self with affected neatness; as, to spruce up
spruce
To dress with affected neatness; to trim; to make spruce
spruce
nigra, besides several others in the far Northwest
spruce
The wood or timber of the spruce tree
spruce
alba and P
spruce
Neat, without elegance or dignity; formerly applied to things with a serious meaning; now chiefly applied to persons
spruce
Sprightly; dashing
spruce
excelsa), and the white and black spruces of America (P
spruce
Any coniferous tree of the genus Picea, as the Norway spruce P
spruce bark beetle
small beetle that likes to bore through the bark of spruce trees and eat the cambrium which eventually kills the tree; "the spruce bark beetle is the major tree-killing insect pest of Alaska spruce forests
spruce beer
a brew made by fermenting molasses and other sugars with the sap of spruce trees (sometimes with malt)
spruce budworm
The highly destructive larva of a tortricid moth (Choristoneura fumiferana) of the northern United States and southern Canada that feeds on the needles, buds, and branch tips of spruce, fir, and other forest conifers. Larva of a leaf roller moth (Choristoneura fumiferana), one of the most destructive North American pests. It attacks evergreens, feeding on needles and pollen, and can completely defoliate spruce and related trees, causing much loss for the lumber industry and damaging landscapes
spruce gall aphid
a variety of adelgid
spruce grouse
A grouse (Canachites canadensis) that is dark gray barred with black, found in swampy forests of northern North America, and popular as a game bird
spruce grouse
North American grouse that feeds on evergreen buds and needles
spruce pine
large 2-needled pine of southeastern United States with light soft wood
spruce up
dress and groom with particular care, as for a special occasion; "He spruced up for the party"
spruce up
make neat, smart, or trim; "Spruce up your house for Spring"; "titivate the child
spruce up
make neat, smart, or trim; "Spruce up your house for Spring"; "titivate the child"
spruce up
If something is spruced up, its appearance is improved. If someone is spruced up, they have made themselves look very smart. Many buildings have been spruced up In the evening we spruced ourselves up a bit and went out for dinner
Norway spruce
a species of spruce native to Europe, Picea abies
Norway spruce
A tall evergreen tree (Picea abies) with long, dark green needles, native to Europe and widely cultivated in North America
adjective spruce 3
neat and clean
big-cone spruce
douglas fir of California having cones 4-8 inches long
black spruce
A northern North American spruce (Picea mariana) having blue-green needles and small, egg-shaped cones
black spruce
small spruce of boggy areas of northeastern North America having spreading branches with dense foliage; inferior wood
blue spruce
A Rocky Mountain tree (Picea pungens) having silvery-blue or blue-green, four-angled, needlelike leaves and cylindrical cones. It is extensively cultivated as an ornamental. Also called Colorado blue spruce
colorado spruce
tall spruce with blue-green needles and dense conic crown; older trees become columnar with lower branches sweeping downward
engelmann spruce
tall spruce of Rocky Mountains and British Columbia with blue-green needles and acutely conic crown; wood used for rough lumber and boxes
norway spruce
tall pyramidal spruce native to northern Europe having dark green foliage on spreading branches with pendulous branchlets and long pendulous cones
oriental spruce
evergreen tree of the Caucasus and Asia Minor used as an ornamental having pendulous branchlets
red spruce
medium-sized spruce of eastern North America; chief lumber spruce of the area; source of pulpwood
siberian spruce
tall spruce of northern Europe and Asia; resembles Norway spruce
sitka spruce
a large spruce that grows only along the northwestern coast of the United States and Canada; has sharp stiff needles and thin bark; the wood has a high ratio of strength to weight
weeping spruce
medium-sized spruce of California and Oregon having pendulous branches
white spruce
medium-sized spruce of northeastern North America having short blue-green leaves and slender cones
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