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buckeye
American English: /ˈbəkˌaɪ/
British English: /ˈbʌkʌɪ/

Translation of buckeye in Spanish:

noun

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    • Other less prominent tree types included various hickories, other ash species, white oak, black walnut, butternut, basswood, yellow buckeye, elm, black cherry, black gum, and tulip tree.
    • Beneath these grow red buckeye, whose clusters of bright red flowers enliven the forest in early spring.
    • It sickens nearly two dozen other hosts that range from California buckeye, bay laurel, and bigleaf maple to redwood, some rhododendrons, and even certain blueberry cultivars.

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