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樹木, じゅもく

  • jumoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • trees and shrubs
  • arbour
  • arbor

Examples of 樹木,じゅもく in a Sentence

Fruit trees require a large amount of space in which to grow.
Mountain fires are thought of causing little harm with the only damage being the burning of trees and shrubs, but actually there's a hell of a 'hidden character'.
Trees give off oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide.
Trees are cut down and land is cleared.
With no supply of water from trees, rainfalls diminish in time and the area keeps drying up.
The park is well wooded.

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