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  • 1 lime-tree — limeˈ tree noun • • • Main Entry: ↑lime …

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  • 2 lime-tree — liepa statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Liepinių (Tiliaceae) šeimos augalų gentis (Tilia). atitikmenys: lot. Tilia angl. basswood; lime; lime tree; linden vok. Linde rus. липа lenk. lipa …

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  • 3 lime tree — noun 1. any of various related trees bearing limes (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑lime, ↑Citrus aurantifolia • Hypernyms: ↑citrus, ↑citrus tree • Member Holonyms: ↑genus Citrus …

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  • 4 lime tree — /ˈlaɪm tri/ (say luym tree) noun 1. → lime2. 2. → linden …

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  • 5 lime tree — a linden or basswood. [1615 25] * * * …

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  • 6 Lime Tree Villa — (Очо Риос,Ямайка) Категория отеля: Адрес: Lime Tree Villa Hermosa. Ocho Rios, N/A О …

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  • 7 Lime Tree Bay Resort — (Layton,США) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: 68500 Overseas Highway, Layton, F …

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  • 8 Lime Tree House — (Woodlands,Монтсеррат) Категория отеля: Адрес: isles bay plantation, not applicable …

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  • 9 Lime Tree Fibre — The bast fibre obtained from the lime tree Tilia Europaea is used for cordage, pit ropes amd clothes lines. The tree is famous for the quality and tenacity of its bast fibres. Russian mats are also made from it …

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  • 10 lime-tree forest — liepynas statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Medynas, kuriame vyrauja liepos. Auga derlinguose ar drėgnuose priesmėliuose ir priemoliuose. Lietuvoje liepynai užima lime tree forest 800 ha: daugiausia Marijampolės, Ukmergės,… …

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  • 11 This Lime Tree Bower — is an early play by Conor McPherson. The title is taken from the poem of the same name by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Originally produced and directed at the Crypt Theatre Dublin by the author himself, it later transferred to the Bush Theatre London …

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  • 12 Spanish lime tree — noun tropical American tree bearing a small edible fruit with green leathery skin and sweet juicy translucent pulp • Syn: ↑Spanish lime, ↑honey berry, ↑mamoncillo, ↑genip, ↑ginep, ↑Melicocca bijuga, ↑Melicocca bijugatus …

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  • 13 lind [lind] 1. f (-e/-a) lime-tree, linden; 2 shield (of wood); 2. see lynd — m ( n/ n) crash of shields, battle …

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  • 14 lime — [ laım ] noun * ▸ 1 fruit with green skin ▸ 2 white substance ▸ 3 lime green color ▸ 4 drink made from limes ▸ 5 linden tree 1. ) count or uncount a fruit with a hard green skin and sour juice that grows on a lime tree: a slice of lime 2. )… …

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  • 15 lime — Ⅰ. lime [1] ► NOUN 1) quicklime, slaked lime, or any salt or alkali containing calcium. 2) archaic birdlime. ► VERB ▪ treat with lime. DERIVATIVES limy adjective …

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  • 16 Lime (fruit) — For other uses, see Lime (disambiguation). Unripened Key limes Lime is a term referring to a number of different citrus fruits, both species and hybrids, which are typically round, green to yellow in color, 3–6 cm in diameter, and containing …

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  • 17 lime — {{11}}lime (n.1) chalky mineral used in making mortar, from O.E. lim sticky substance, birdlime, mortar, cement, gluten, from P.Gmc. *leimaz (Cf. O.S., O.N., Dan. lim, Du. lijm, Ger. Leim birdlime ), from PIE root * (s)lei slime, slimy, sticky… …

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  • 18 lime — English has three distinct words lime, of which by far the oldest is lime the ‘chalky substance’ [OE]. It goes back to a prehistoric Germanic *līm (shared also by German leim, 311 lintel Dutch lijm, and Swedish limma), a variant of which also… …

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  • 19 lime — lime1 noun 1》 quicklime, slaked lime, or any salt or alkali containing calcium. 2》 archaic birdlime. verb 1》 treat with lime. 2》 archaic catch (a bird) with birdlime. Derivatives limy adjective Origin OE līm, of Gmc origin; related to loam …

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  • 20 lime — English has three distinct words lime, of which by far the oldest is lime the ‘chalky substance’ [OE]. It goes back to a prehistoric Germanic *līm (shared also by German leim, Dutch lijm, and Swedish limma), a variant of which also produced… …

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