Definition of white birch in English:

white birch

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chiefly North American
  • A birch tree with white bark, especially the paper birch or the European silver birch.
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    • Audrey's son, a landscape architect, insists that the front left corner of the yard needs a white birch.
    • The street was overhung by white birches gloriously laden with crimson and gold leaves.
    • For in the end, the white birch, an icon of the American landscape, is frankly form and color, a shape whose impact derives as much from its abstract beauty as from its woodland associations.

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