Definition of carrotwood in English:

carrotwood

Syllabification: car·rot·wood
Pronunciation: /ˈkarətˌwo͝od
 
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noun

  • A tree of the soapberry family, native to southeast Asia, that threatens mangrove swamps and other habitats in the US because of its invasive habit.
    • Cupaniopsis anacardioides, family Sapindaceae
    More example sentences
    • Ten of these plants are not officially banned by the state of Florida, carrotwood being the exception.
    • Brazilian pepper, carrotwood and ear leaf acacia were cut down, and their stumps were treated with herbicide.
    • If you have an open lawn area the carrotwood is a good choice.

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