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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: arborescence|
|Found in the context of a website plan. A kind of diagramme showing hierarchy, I believe (can't actually see it). Does an English word exist for this?|
|tree diagram, tree plan|
I can recommend that you look at the entry in the GDT for this one. The word come from "arbre" (tree.....of course) as is based on the obvious image of the structure with branches and so on. Depending on a particular context, there may be a very specific term for it in English. From the indications you have given, "tree diagram" should work.
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|Un tres grand merci!|
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Hierarchy chart;, a tree diagram;
"arbore" means tree.
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Native speaker of: Portuguese
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