Tree in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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1. árbol (m)
  • to get to the top of the tree (sentido figurado) llegar a lo más alto
  • to be out of one's tree (familiar) estar como una cabra (be crazy) (Estados Unidos)
  • tree house cabaña (f) en (la copa de) un árbol
  • tree trunk tronco (m) (de árbol)
tree [triː]
1 (Bot) árbol (m)
tree of knowledge árbol (m) de la ciencia
to be at the top of the tree (Britain) estar en la cumbre de su carrera profesional
to be out of one's tree (crazy) estar como una cabra (informal); estar como una moto (very_informal); (on drugs, alcohol) estar colocadísimo (very_informal); haberse puesto como una moto (very_informal)
to be up a tree (in a fix) estar en un aprieto; (mad) estar chalado (informal); estar como una cabra or regadera (informal)
he must be up a tree - fancy buying that piece of junk!
to be barking up the wrong tree tomar el rábano por las hojas
we can't see the wood or the forest for the trees (US) los árboles no dejan ver el bosque
2 (for shoes) horma (f)
3 [of saddle] arzón (m)
transitive verb
[+animal] hacer refugiarse en un árbol
tree creeper (n) trepatroncos (m)
tree frog (n) rana (f) de San Antonio; rana (f) arbórea
tree house (n) casita (f) en un árbol
tree hugger (n) especially (US) fanáticoafanática (m) (f) del medioambiente;a fanática
Next week Quayle will attack the Democrats as "tree huggers" who are more interested in saving the environment than jobs Environmental extremists would rather save a tree frog than save 50 jobs. Of course, he's not that kind of environmentalist. Al Gore has raised serious issues, which you don't have to be a tree hugger to appreciate
tree planting (n) plantación (f) de árboles
tree surgeon (n) arboricultoraarboricultora (m) (f);a arboricultora
tree trunk (n) tronco (m) (de árbol)
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