What is another word for oak tree?
[ ˈə͡ʊk tɹˈiː], [ ˈəʊk tɹˈiː], [ ˈəʊ_k t_ɹ_ˈiː]
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How to use "Oak tree" in context?
The oak tree is one of the oldest plants on the planet. Oak trees can live for hundreds of years, and some can be hundreds of feet tall. Oak trees are some of the tallest and largest trees in the forest. The leaves on an oak tree are really big, and they are really big because they have a lot of veins in them. The leaves on an oak tree are really strong, and they can hold a lot of water. The bark on an oak tree is really tough, and it is really thick. The oak tree is a really cool plant.
Holonyms for Oak tree:
quercus, Genus Quercus.
Hypernym for Oak tree:
cork oak, turkey oak, European Turkey Oak, black oak, scrub oak, Quercus Cerris, holly-leaved oak, Chinese Cork Oak, Quercus Velutina, Quercus Suber, Quercus Grosseserrata, pin oak, box white oak, Quercus Ellipsoidalis, Quercus Texana, Nuttall's Oak, white oak, water oak, Quercus Imbricaria, Quercus Ilex, swamp oak, quercitron, Quercus Nuttalli, red oak, yellow oak, evergreen oak, northern pin oak, jack oak, chestnut oak, Quercus Laevis, Quercus Stellata, Quercitron Oak, Quercus Nigra, Quercus Laurifolia, Quercus Variabilis, American Turkey Oak, Quercus Coccinea, laurel oak, Quercus Phellos, Nuttall Oak, holm tree, Spanish Oak, Quercus Incana, scarlet oak, Quercus Kelloggii, post oak, live oak, brash oak, Overcup Oak, shingle oak, iron oak, holm oak, possum oak, Bluejack Oak, willow oak, Japanese Oak, Quercus Palustris, Quercus Mongolica, Quercus Lyrata, California Black Oak.
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