English to Arabic Meaning :: birch

Birch :
جلدخشب البتولا, شجر القضبان, عصا التأديب, قضيب من البتولا
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Noun(1) hard close-grained wood of any of various birch trees; used especially in furniture and interior finishes and plywood(2) any betulaceous tree or shrub of the genus Betula having a thin peeling bark(3) a switch consisting of a twig or a bundle of twigs from a birch tree; used to hit people as punishment
Verb(1) whip with a birch twig
Adjective(1) consisting of or made of wood of the birch tree

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(1) I asked Mitchell about the wood since it looked a lot like birch .(2) I'd strongly advocate bringing back the birch and use it to punish vandals.(3) The frames were usually of pine or veneered with mahogany, birch , or elm.(4) What may follow in the path of the dead forest will likely be a mix of grasses and more hardwood trees like birch , aspen and alder.(5) ÔÇÿBring back the birch ,ÔÇÖ slurred Mrs Mungo into her umpteenth pre-prandial sherry.(6) there were calls to bring back the birch(7) The conference room is formed in wood, and clad in pale birch .(8) After the meeting, Mr Jones said that in some cases people wanted to see a return to capital punishments like the birch and cane.(9) the school would attempt to birch them into submission(10) Here are floors of heat-treated birch (a process which hardens and darkens the wood).(11) Aren't there times when you're tempted to bring back the birch ?(12) Christopher knows his trade and selects his wood from birch , oak or yew.(13) The desk-and-bookcase of about 1820 is made of mahogany, birch , and mahogany veneer with tulip poplar and yellow pine as secondary woods.(14) Secondly, yew staves can cost $120.00 U.S. now, while most people have the ability to go and cut down their own maple, ash, white oak, birch or hickory tree for little or no cost.(15) The table and chairs, both made from birch plywood veneered with ash, have a pale wood finish and boast simple, clean lines giving them an undeniably contemporary look.(16) Native fruitwoods and birch were more likely to be found in bourgeois houses.
Related Words
(1) silver birch ::
البتولا الفضية
1. birch tree ::
شجرة البتولا
Different Forms
birch, birched, birches, birching
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