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maple US English

A tree or shrub with lobed leaves, winged fruits, and colorful autumn foliage, grown as an ornamental or for its timber or syrupy sap

rock maple US English

another term for sugar maple.

sugar maple US English

A North American maple, from the sap of which maple sugar and maple syrup are made

tiger maple US English

The wood from an American maple that contains contrasting light and dark lines

Maple Grove US English

A city in southeastern Minnesota, a northwestern suburb of Minneapolis; population 61,542 (est. 2008)

maple leaf US English

The leaf of the maple, used as an emblem of Canada

maple sugar US English

Sugar produced by evaporating the sap of certain maples, especially the sugar maple

maple syrup US English

Syrup produced from the sap of certain maples, especially the sugar maple

silver maple US English

A maple of eastern North America with leaves that are silvery underneath

striped maple US English

A compact North American maple with large leaves and vertically striped bark

Norway maple US English

A large Eurasian maple with yellow flowers that appear before the lobed leaves, widely planted as an ornamental shade tree

snakebark maple US English

A maple tree with longitudinal pale stripes on the bark

bird's-eye maple US English

The lumber from an American maple, typically the sugar maple, that contains eyelike markings, used in decorative woodwork

sycamore maple in sycamore US English

A large Eurasian maple with winged fruits, native to central and southern Europe

field maple in maple US English

A tree or shrub with lobed leaves, winged fruits, and colorful autumn foliage, grown as an ornamental or for its timber or syrupy sap

sugar maple in maple US English

A tree or shrub with lobed leaves, winged fruits, and colorful autumn foliage, grown as an ornamental or for its timber or syrupy sap

Japanese maple in maple US English

A tree or shrub with lobed leaves, winged fruits, and colorful autumn foliage, grown as an ornamental or for its timber or syrupy sap

paperbark maple in paperbark US English

Used in names of other trees that have a peeling papery bark, e.g., paperbark maple, paperbark birch

maple English-Spanish

maple (tree)

sycamore (maple) in sycamore English-Spanish

plátano m (falso), sicómoro m, sicomoro m