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drvo [ imenica ]

Drvenasta biljka, ogrevni i građevinski materijal.
Ogrevni materijal.

arbor [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

A trellis or archway supporting climbing plants; SYN. arbour, bower, pergola. Main shaft or beam; spindle or axle (of wheel).
A spindle or axle of a wheel
A main shaft or beam
A shaft on which a revolving cutting tool is mounted
A spindle on a cutting machine that holds the work to be cut

arbour [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

See arbor.

chock [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

Metal casting with curved arms for passing ropes for mooring ship.
A block of wood used to prevent the sliding or rolling of a heavy object; SYN. wedge.

erber [ imenica ]
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lumber [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM Prob. from Lombard, the Lombards being the money lenders and pawnbrokers of the Middle Ages. A lumber room was, according to Trench, originally a Lombard room, or room where the Lombard pawnbroker stored his pledges. Related to Lombard.
(Homonym: lumbar).
The wood of trees cut and prepared for use as building material; SYN. timber.

tree [ imenica {botanika} ]
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ETYM Old Eng. tree, tre, treo, AS. treó, treów, tree, wood.
A figure that branches from a single root; SYN. tree diagram.
A tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms.
Perennial plant with a woody stem, usually a single stem or “trunk”, made up of wood and protected by an outer layer of bark. It absorbs water through a root system. There is no clear dividing line between shrubs and trees, but sometimes a minimum achievable height of 6 m/ft is used to define a tree.
A treelike form has evolved independently many times in different groups of plants. Among the angiosperms, or flowering plants, most trees are dicotyledons. This group includes trees such as oak, beech, ash, chestnut, lime, and maple, and they are often referred to as broad-leaved trees because their leaves are broader than those of conifers, such as pine and spruce. In temperate regions angiosperm trees are mostly deciduous (that is, they lose their leaves in winter), but in the tropics most angiosperm trees are evergreen. There are fewer trees among the monocotyledons, but the palms and bamboos (some of which are treelike) belong to this group. The gymnosperms include many trees and they are classified into four orders: Cycadales (including cycads and sago palms), Coniferales (the conifers), Ginkgoales (including only one living species, the ginkgo, or maidenhair tree), and Taxales (including yews). Apart from the ginkgo and the larches (conifers), most gymnosperm trees are evergreen. There are also a few l.
Iving trees in the pteridophyte group, known as tree ferns. In the swamp forests of the Carboniferous era, 3million years ago, there were giant treelike horsetails and club mosses in addition to the tree ferns. The world's oldest trees are found in the Pacific forest of North America, some more than 2,0years old.

wood [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM Old Eng. wode, wude, AS. wudu, wiodu.
(Homonym: would).
A long-shafted golfclub used to hit long shots; originally made with a wooden head; metal woods are now available.
The hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees.
The hard tissue beneath the bark of many perennial plants; it is composed of water-conducting cells, or secondary xylem, and gains its hardness and strength from deposits of lignin. Hardwoods, such as oak, and softwoods, such as pine, have commercial value as structural material and for furniture.
The central wood in a branch or stem is known as heartwood and is generally darker and harder than the outer wood; it consists only of dead cells. As well as providing structural support, it often contains gums, tannins, or pigments which may impart a characteristic color and increased durability. The surrounding sapwood is the functional part of the xylem that conducts water.
The secondary xylem is laid down by the vascular cambium which forms a new layer of wood annually, on the outside of the existing wood and visible as an annual ring when the tree is felled; see dendrochronology.
Commercial wood can be divided into two main types: hardwood, containing xylem vessels and obtained from angiosperms (for example, oak) and softwood, containing only tracheids, obtained from gymnosperms (for example, pine). Although in general softwoods are softer than hardwoods, this is not always the case: balsa, the softest wood known, is a hardwood, while pitch pine, very dense and hard, is a softwood. A superhard wood is produced in wood-plastic combinations (WPC), in which wood is impregnated with liquid plastic (monomer) and the whole is then bombarded with gamma rays to polymerize the plastic.

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