Word: pollard

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Synonyms: pollard

poll

Translations: pollard

spanish
moyuelo, árbol descopado, del árbol descopado, descopado


german
poularde

french
têtard, Pollard, arbre étêté, recoupette, Pollard a

italian
pollard di, del pollard, di pollard

portuguese
rolão, Pollard, descornado, do descornado, de pollard

dutch
knotten, Pollard, wig, bijv knotwilg, geknotte

russian
опылять

norwegian
Pollard, Pollards, av Pollard

swedish
Pollard, vetekli, Pollards

finnish
nupopää, Pollardin, nutipää, latvoa

danish
Pollard, Pollards

czech
otruby, Pollard, šrot, bezrohý dobytek, Pollarda

polish
otrąbki

hungarian
visszavág, Pollard, lenyesett koponyájú

turkish
budanmış ağaç, budamak, boynuzsuz sığır, boynuzu kesilmiş sığır

greek
δένδρο κλαδευμένο, Pollard, κλαδεμένο δέντρο, Ροΐΐατά, του Pollard

ukrainian
Поллард

albanian
krasis degët, Pollard

bulgarian
ярма, Полард, кастря, животно без рога, кърма

belarusian
Поллард

estonian
Nutipää, Nupopää, Latvottu puit, jäävad põhisortimenti

croatian
okresati, Pollard, životinja bez rogova, okljaštreno drvo, okresano drvo

icelandic
Pollard

lithuanian
baužis, Pollard, Briedis be ragų, Pasukti, Apcirpts medis

latvian
apgriezt, Pollard, apcirpts koks, briedis bez ragiem

macedonian
Полард, Pollard

romanian
animal fără coarne, Pollard, copac cu vârful tăiat, Pollard a

slovenian
Pollard, Živali brez rogov, brez rogov

slovak
otruby, zvyšky, múku, otrúb, múky

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The meaning and "use of": pollard

verb
  • cut off the top and branches of (a tree) to encourage new growth at the top.

noun
  • a tree whose top and branches have been cut off for this reason.
  • an animal, e.g., a sheep or deer, that has lost its horns or cast its antlers.

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