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tree árbol
How to say “tree” in Spanish? “├ürbol”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “├írbol” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on tree in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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normal speech: OH-lah
IPA: ╦łola

8 months ago

Related word

The English word “arborist” comes from the same source.

8 months ago

Other meanings

“├ürbol” can also be used in different ways sometimes “├írbol” can refer to “├írbol geneal├│gico” (family tree) or “├írbol de navidad” (Christmas tree)

9 months ago

Do not confuse with

“├ürbol” is not to be confused with “arbusto”, which means “bush” or “shrub”

9 months ago

cultural referece / trivia

The “├ürbol del Tule” in Oaxaca, Mexico a Spanish speaking country is the thickest tree in the world.

9 months ago


“No ver el bosque por los ├írboles” (To not see the forest for the trees, meaning to focus too much on details and not see the bigger picture)

9 months ago


From Latin “arbor”, meaning “tree”

9 months ago

árbol info.

Tips to remember the word “├írbol”:
1. Associate the word “├írbol” with the image of a tree.
2. Think of the English word “arbor,” which refers to a leafy, tree-like garden structure and has a similar root.
3. Remember that “├írbol” has an accent on the “├í,” highlighting the difference from the English “tree.”

“├ürbol” is a masculine noun in Spanish that is used to refer to any plant with a significant amount of wood and a distinct main stem or trunk, typically supporting branches and leaves.

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. “Planta le├▒osa” (woody plant) ÔÇô A more technical term.
2. “Ejemplar arb├│reo” (tree specimen) ÔÇô A more formal or scientific term.

Alternate meanings like slang:
The word “├írbol” does not typically function as slang in Spanish; however, in certain contexts, the structure of a family “├írbol geneal├│gico” (family tree) is often referred to simply as “├írbol”.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. “El ├írbol que plantamos el a├▒o pasado ya est├í dando frutos.” (The tree we planted last year is already bearing fruit.)
2. “Los ni├▒os se subieron al ├írbol para buscar su pelota.” (The kids climbed the tree to look for their ball.)
3. “En oto├▒o, las hojas del ├írbol se vuelven de color naranja y rojo.” (In autumn, the leaves of the tree turn orange and red.)
4. “El ├írbol de mango de mi abuelo es el m├ís antiguo de la regi├│n.” (My grandfather’s mango tree is the oldest in the region.)
5. “Se recomienda plantar un ├írbol en el D├şa de la Tierra para ayudar al medio ambiente.” (It is recommended to plant a tree on Earth Day to help the environment.)

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