[ məhˈɒɡəni fˈamɪli], [ məhˈɒɡəni fˈamɪli], [ m_ə_h_ˈɒ_ɡ_ə_n_i f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i]
How to use "Mahogany family" in context?
Mahogany is a large, fast-growing tree in the mahogany family. It's found in the tropical and subtropical forests of Central America and South America. The trees are deep red, brown, and black in color. They have a hard, durable bark, and grow up to 30 meters tall. The mahogany tree is a strong timber tree that can easily withstand hurricane force winds and heavy rainfall. The mahogany tree is a major source of lumber, furniture, and musical instruments.
Holonyms for Mahogany family:
Hyponym for Mahogany family:
Rosid Dicot Family.
Meronym for Mahogany family:
Genus Chloroxylon, azadirachta, Genus Turreae, Genus Entandrophragma, Genus Toona, Genus Lovoa, mahogany, Genus Flindersia, Genus Melia, Genus Khaya, Genus Lansium, entandrophragma, chloroxylon, lovoa, khaya, Genus Cedrela, Genus Swietinia, swietinia, toona, Genus Azadirachta, melia, flindersia, mahogany tree, cedrela.
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