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tree / CL: / to cultivate / to set up
to set up / to establish
cypress tree / Taiwan pr. [bo2 shu4]
to make a contribution / to establish / to found / contribution
Lishu county in Siping 四平, Jilin / Lishu district of Jixi city 雞西|鸡西, Heilongjiang
pear tree
Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (Tibetan: yus hru'u bod rigs rang skyong khul) in Qinghai
shade of a tree / Taiwan pr. [shu4 yin4]
fruit tree / CL:
to plant trees
tree leaves
Shulin city in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
woods / grove / forest
trees / greenery
pine / pine tree / CL:
lit. to fly one's banner on a solitary tree (idiom); fig. to act as a loner / to stand out / to develop one's own school / to have attitude of one's own
Yushu, county-level city in Changchun 長春|长春, Jilin
peach tree / CL:
bramble / raspberry
mangrove forest or swamp
tree species
tree roots
locust tree (Sophora japonica)
Zhangshu, county-level city in Yichun 宜春, Jiangxi
camphor / Cinnamonum camphara
a legendary tree that sheds coins when shaken / a source of easy money (idiom)
white poplar (Populus bonatii)
tree bark
lit. the trees long for peace but the wind will never cease (idiom) / fig. the world changes, whether you want it or not
tree trunk
to enjoy the benefits of the hard work of one's predecessors. (idiom)
apricot tree
jujube tree / date tree / Zizyphus vulgaris / CL:
tree stump
mulberry tree, with leaves used to feed silkworms
MURAKAMI Haruki (1949-), Japanese novelist and translator
Catalpa bungei or Manchurian Catalpa, a tea plant
sago palm (Cycas revoluta)
It takes ten years to nurture a tree, but a hundred years to train a man (idiom). A good education program takes a long time to develop.
to antagonize people / to make an enemy of sb
It takes ten years to nurture a tree, but a hundred years to train a man (idiom) / fig. a good education program takes a long time to develop / cf. 十年樹木百年樹人|十年树木百年树人
tree resin / gum
shade (of a tree)
thicket / undergrowth
branch / twig
lit. a tall tree attracts the wind (idiom) / fig. a famous or rich person attracts criticism
the tip of a tree; treetop
red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle) / CL:
Chinese horse chestnut (Aesculus chinensis)
Tashu township in Kaohsiung county 高雄縣|高雄县, southwest Taiwan
lac tree (Rhus vernicifera)
poplar tree / various trees of genus Populus
dragon tree / Dracaena (botany)
lit. an ant trying to shake a tree / to overrate oneself (idiom)
ice (rime) formed on a tree
lit. the iron tree blooms (idiom) / a highly improbable or extremely rare occurrence
palm tree
display of fireworks and lanterns
oak tree
lit. to fly one's banner on a solitary tree (idiom); fig. to act as a loner / to stand out / to develop one's own school / to have attitude of one's own
to chop wood / to chop down trees
money tree / prostitute / hen that lays golden eggs
sloth (zoology)
dendrite (branched projection of a neuron)
to plant trees
short tree / bush / shrub
"ants climbing a tree", a Sichuan dish made with cellophane noodles 粉絲|粉丝 and ground meat (so called because the particles of meat clinging to the noodles look like ants on the twigs of a tree) / (sex position) man standing, woman clinging to his upper body / (erotic massage) full-body licking
burial of cremated remains at the foot of a tree
Nāgārjuna (c. 150-250 AD), Buddhist philosopher
arboreal / tree-dwelling
long peduncled alder (Alnus cremastogyne) / Alnus trebeculata
Mongolian oak (Quercus dentata) / Daimyo oak
(bird species of China) olive-backed pipit (Anthus hodgsoni)
Chinese ash (Fraxinus chinensis)
Huangguoshu waterfalls, Anshun 安順|安顺, Guizhou
tree sap
sloth (family Bradypodidae)
decision tree
tea tree / Camellia sinensis
tree trunk
tree frog
Chinese honey locust (Gleditsia sinensis)
lit. orchids and jade trees (idiom); fig. a child with splendid future prospects
laurel tree (Laurus nobilis) / bay tree
boabab tree / monkey-bread tree / Adansonia digitata (botany)
fig. a tree may grow a thousand zhang high, but its leaves return to their roots (proverb) / fig. everything has its ancestral home / in old age, an expatriate returns home

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