- 1.1 c (tree) picea (f), abeto (m) falsoMore example sentences1.2 u (wood) picea (f)
- The best trees to plant with wildlife in mind are cherry and mulberry for their fruits, pines and spruces for their seed-bearing cones and deciduous trees that vary in size and density.
- This nest is usually in a spruce or other conifer and may be 4'40 feet up.
- ‘I wanted my husband to plant a big spruce so that at Christmas I could decorate it with lights,’ she says.
adj (sprucer, sprucest)
- [person] arreglado, prolijo (RPl) ; [appearance] cuidado, acicalado; [garden] cuidado, arreglado she was looking very spruce estaba muy arreglada or [humorístico/humorous] peripuestaMore example sentences
- In outward appearance, he was a cherubically round man, about 45, in a spruce pinstripe suit and a new blue tie.
- To turn up at County Hall looking dapper and spruce would have been to strike a false, jarring note of misplaced optimism.
- The place has also recently been restored and so is looking quite spruce.