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Arabic translation: Bothour al-nabataat Al-modghilah

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English term or phrase:seeds of woody plants
Arabic translation:Bothour al-nabataat Al-modghilah
Entered by: Boushra Ezzideen
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13:46 Feb 22, 2001
English to Arabic translations [PRO]
Science - Botany
English term or phrase: seeds of woody plants
tree seeds (nuts, fruit, berries, etc.); shrub seeds, apple seeds, pear seeds, peach seeds
rebecca
Bothour al-nabataat Al-modghilah
Explanation:
The second sentence can be translated as follows:
Bothour al-ashjaar (kal-jawz, al-fakiha,al-thimaar al-lubbiyah Ila-akhirihi), Bothour al-shojairaat,Bothour al-toffah, Bothour al-ijaas,bothour al-moshmosh. You can write the word bothour once only, otherwise the sentence sounds dull.

"Woody plants" are considered actually as thick trees that grow in the forest or the jungle.
Al-modghila is the best word you can use to describe the trees that grow in the woods.

All the best
Boushra
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Boushra Ezzideen
Belgium
Local time: 22:11
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Thank you very much for your answer. I understand that terminology may be regional and I hope that I will be using this phrase in a proper manner. Much appreciated. Rebecca
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Summary of answers provided
naبُذُور النباتات الخشَـبيّة or بُذُور الخشَـبيّاتFuad Yahya
nabozoor nabataat shajariaRaghad
naBothour al-nabataat Al-modghilah
Boushra Ezzideen


  

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Bothour al-nabataat Al-modghilah


Explanation:
The second sentence can be translated as follows:
Bothour al-ashjaar (kal-jawz, al-fakiha,al-thimaar al-lubbiyah Ila-akhirihi), Bothour al-shojairaat,Bothour al-toffah, Bothour al-ijaas,bothour al-moshmosh. You can write the word bothour once only, otherwise the sentence sounds dull.

"Woody plants" are considered actually as thick trees that grow in the forest or the jungle.
Al-modghila is the best word you can use to describe the trees that grow in the woods.

All the best
Boushra

Boushra Ezzideen
Belgium
Local time: 22:11
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thank you very much for your answer. I understand that terminology may be regional and I hope that I will be using this phrase in a proper manner. Much appreciated. Rebecca

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bozoor nabataat shajaria


Explanation:
seeds of woody plants:
bozoor nabataat shajaria:
بزور نباتات شجرية
or bozoor nabatat moshjira:
بزور نباتات مشجرة
or just:
bozoor ashjar: بزور أشجار


Raghad
Local time: 23:11

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بُذُور النباتات الخشَـبيّة or بُذُور الخشَـبيّات


Explanation:
Woody plants are vascular plants characterized by a supporting, water conducting tissue called "xylem" (from the Greek word "xylon," which means "wood," and which is the root of such words as "xylophone" and "xylography").

Fuad


    The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Second Edition
Fuad Yahya
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PRO pts in category: 87

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