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spruce1 US English

A widespread coniferous tree that has a distinctive conical shape and hanging cones, widely grown for timber, pulp, and Christmas trees

spruce2 US English

Neat in dress and appearance

spruce3 US English

Engage in pretence or deception, especially by feigning illness

blue spruce US English

A North American spruce with sharp, stiff blue-green needles, growing wild in the central Rocky Mountains. Its many cultivated varieties tend to be bluer in color than the wild ones

spruce beer US English

A fermented drink using spruce twigs and needles as flavoring

Sitka spruce US English

A fast-growing spruce tree of the northern Pacific coast of North America, widely cultivated in Britain for its strong lightweight timber

white spruce US English

A North American spruce with yellow-green or blue-green needles and cylindrical cones, found principally in Canada

Norway spruce US English

A long-coned European spruce that is widely grown as an ornamental and for timber and pulp

Colorado spruce US English

another term for blue spruce.

spruce budworm US English

The brown caterpillar of a small North American moth that is a serious pest of spruce and other conifers

Engelmann spruce US English

A tall spruce found in the mountains of western North America and Mexico

Colorado blue spruce US English

another term for blue spruce.

Douglas fir US English

A tall, slender conifer with soft foliage and, in mature trees, deeply fissured bark. It is widely planted as a timber tree

siskin US English

A small songbird related to the goldfinch

Engelmann's spruce in Engelmann spruce US English

A tall spruce found in the mountains of western North America and Mexico

spruce US Thesaurus

the captain looked very spruce

spruce English-Spanish

picea f, abeto m falso

spruce up English-Spanish

arreglar

to spruce oneself up in spruce English-Spanish

arreglarse, acicalarse humorístico/humorous

to spruce oneself up in spruce up English-Spanish

arreglarse, acicalarse humorístico/humorous