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thicket
American English: /ˈθɪkɪt/
British English: /ˈθɪkɪt/

Translation of thicket in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • They rode down a dirt path in the forest amid the thickets of bushes and trees.
    • The birds love the dense thickets and scrub and clumps of bushes like blackthorn that grow in the older sites of the park.
    • Barely 20 feet below us was a dense thicket of bushes, and there the car lay on its side, undamaged.

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