Definición de oleaster en inglés:

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oleaster

Pronunciación: /ˌəʊlɪˈastə/

sustantivo

A Eurasian shrub or small tree cultivated as an ornamental.
  • Genus Elaeagnus, family Elaeagnaceae: several species, in particular E. angustifolia, which bears edible yellow olive-shaped fruit (also called Russian olive in North America).
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Olives from wild trees (oleasters) were sporadically gathered, in the Near East, by Neolithic peoples about 10,000 years ago.
  • Additionally, to compare the genetic diversity of laperrinei populations with that of populations belonging to the europaea subspecies, wild Mediterranean olives (oleasters) were characterized.
  • Anyway, I arrive at my own yard and see my overgrown oleaster hedge in bloom with its teeny-tiny, very un-peony-like flowers.

Origen

Late Middle English: from Latin, from olea 'olive tree'.

Palabras que riman con oleaster

Antofagasta, aster, Astor, canasta, Jocasta, pasta, piastre (US piaster), pilaster, poetaster, Rasta, Zoroaster

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Saltos de línea: ole¦as|ter

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