Definition of false acacia in English:

false acacia

Syllabification: false a·ca·cia

noun

A tree of the same family as the true acacias (Leguminosae), but of a different genus (Robinia), in particular the black locust of North America.
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  • They both include a number of trees and mature shrubbery, including the protected false acacia.
  • Beekeepers producing honey from the flowers of false acacias are panicking about the possibility that the trees may soon be regulated as an exotic species.
  • Locust trees, or false acacias, also present imputrecible (rot-proof) characteristics and have the distinctive particularity to grow several shoots when they are cut to the stump, thus greatly facilitating their culture.

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