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  1. birch

    • IPA[bərCH]

    美式

    • n.
      a slender, fast-growing tree that has thin bark (often peeling) and bears catkins. Birch trees grow chiefly in north temperate regions, some reaching the northern limit of tree growth.;the hard fine-grained pale wood of any of the birch trees.
    • v.
      beat (someone) with a bundle of birch twigs as a formal punishment
    • noun: birch, plural noun: birches

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a slender, fast-growing tree that has thin bark (often peeling) and bears catkins. Birch trees grow chiefly in north temperate regions, some reaching the northern limit of tree growth.
    • 2. the hard fine-grained pale wood of any of the birch trees.
    • 3. a formal punishment in which a person is flogged with a bundle of birch twigs:

      there were calls to bring back the birch

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. beat (someone) with a bundle of birch twigs as a formal punishment:

      the school would attempt to birch them into submission

    • n. a European birch with silver-gray bark, common on poorer soils to the northern limit of tree growth.

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    • n. a Eurasian birch with silver-grey bark, common on poorer soils to the northern limit of tree growth.

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    • n. a North American birch with peeling white bark.

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    • n. a North American birch with large leaves and peeling white bark.

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    • n. a North American birch, especially of Appalachian forests, with brown or black bark and smooth twigs that smell of wintergreen when broken or crushed. The leaves and sap of sweet birch yield oil of wintergreen.

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    • n. a birch tree with white bark, especially the paper birch or the European silver birch.

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    • n. another term for sweet birch

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    • n. a North American birch with peeling reddish-brown or orange bark.

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    英式

    • n.
      a slender hardy tree which has thin peeling bark and bears catkins. Birch trees grow chiefly in northern temperate regions and yield hard, pale, fine-grained timber.
    • v.
      beat (someone) with a bundle of birch twigs as a formal punishment:
    • the school would attempt to birch them into submission

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