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bristlecone pine
American English: /ˌbrɪsəlkoʊn ˈpaɪn/
British English: /ˈbrɪs(ə)lkəʊn/

Translation of bristlecone pine in Spanish:

noun

  • pino (masculine) de bristlecone
    Example sentences
    • I know I have been unable to get a bristlecone pine to grow in Blacksburg, Virginia!
    • The shape of the roof and overhangs mirrors the shape of the bristlecone pine trees in the area.
    • Some bristlecone pine trees on Pikes Peak could be more than 2,000 years old.

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