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hardwood

Pronunciation: /ˈhɑːrdwʊd; ˈhɑːdwʊd/

Translation of hardwood in Spanish:

noun/nombre

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  • madera (feminine) dura or noble hardwood tree árbol (masculine) de madera dura or noble
    Example sentences
    • In Washington, they use three main types of habitat: forested riversides with large cottonwoods and other hardwoods, Ponderosa pine forests, especially at the lower edge of the tree line, and Garry oak stands.
    • The breadfruit trees, cycads and tall hardwoods of that forest hide hornbills, sea eagles and monkeys.
    • Its highest peak scrapes 8,749 feet into the Chihuahuan Desert sky and snags 21 inches of rain a year, enough to nourish these unlikely forests of firs and hardwoods.

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