- 1.1 countable/numerable oak (tree) roble (masculine) great o mighty oaks from little acorns grow las cosas importantes tienen orígenes humildes (before noun/delante del nombre) oak apple agalla (feminine), cecidia (feminine) oak forest o wood robledal (masculine), bosque (masculine) de robles 1.2 uncountable/no numerable (wood) roble (masculine)More example sentences
- Suddenly he thought of the forest, the oak tree and the chances that she might be there.
- I had sat on the branch of an oak tree and gazed out at the forest surrounding me.
- It's worthy of note that the oak tree, sacred to Zeus, is the very tree which is most susceptible to be struck by lightning.
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