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gnarled
American English: /nɑrld/
British English: /nɑːld/

Translation of gnarled in Spanish:

adjective

  • (wood)
    lleno de nudos
    (tree)
    (hands/fingers)
    Example sentences
    • The rough surface and the gnarled features have become the distinctive marks of his works.
    • Renowned for its longevity, a gnarled, twisted olive tree can bear fruit for several hundred years.
    • The disciples have gnarled hands, rough faces with the grime and sweat of an arduous day at their fishing nets.

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