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lime 1

American English: /laɪm/
British English: /lʌɪm/

noun

uncountable

transitive verb

  • 1 (Agriculture)
    (land/soil)
    abonar con cal
    Example sentences
    • Soil is limed in some areas to improve barley growth and productivity on acid soils, but this practice is often economically unfeasible.
    • The soil was limed by applying 5 • 5 g CaCO 3 kg - 1 soil.
    • The rest will become available over time, and many nutrients will also become more available when a soil is limed.
  • 2
    (branch)
    untar con liga
    Example sentences
    • A room currently used as a study, but which could also make a third bedroom, also has a cast-iron fireplace as well as built-in presses and limed tongue-and-groove floorboards.
    • Beds are set on platforms or suspended from ceilings, bathtubs are hewn from blocks of black granite or pale limestone, and the bare wood floorboards are wide, limed and lacquered.
    • The kitchen, to the rear, has limed oak units at ground and eye level, a tiled worktop and splashback.
  • 3 [archaic]
    (bird)
    cazar con liga

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lime 2
American English: /laɪm/
British English: /lʌɪm/

noun

  • 1 countable (fruit)
    Example sentences
    • Surprisingly complex for one so young, delivering flavours of spice, limes, lemons, orange peel and oatmeal, all harmoniously threaded with ripe acidity.
    • The citric acid in lemons or limes has a similar effect, although this is not called ‘cooking’.
    • Oranges, lemons, limes, mandarins or other citrus fruit from Queensland will be banned from entering any other state or territory, threatening at least $100 million worth of fruit still to be picked in the state.
  • 2 countable (tree)
    Example sentences
    • In the same way, every small home in the Caribbean has always kept some vegetables and a fruit tree (usually a lime, but also other citrus).
    • In the western zone, oranges, limes, and bananas are cultivated.
    • It belongs to the citrus family, Rutaceae, but is not a true lime.
  • 3 uncountable (color)
    verde (masculine) lima
    (before noun)
    verde lima invariable adjective
    Example sentences
    • Big colours include pink, lime green, bright blues and more sombre chocolate browns and off whites.
    • We contemplated lots of different colors before settling on some sort of lime green or apple green.
    • Now I have on a bright neon lime green T-shirt and I'm not a small girl, so you can't miss me.

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lime 3
American English: /laɪm/
British English: /lʌɪm/

noun

  • (British English) (linden)
    Example sentences
    • Since 2000, 32 different species of tree have been planted including oak, ash, small-leaved limes and bird cherry, while a carpet of bluebells and daffodils has also been sown.
    • The gardens which surround the property include beech, lime and holm oak trees while in the eastern corner is an ancient churchyard.
    • Some willow trees will be lost by the development but trees like hornbeam, lime and birch will remain with preservation orders on them.

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