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 Übersetzung für 'wych elm' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a wych elm | wych elms
SYNO Ulmus glabra | witch elm | wych elm
bot.T
wych elm [Ulmus glabra, Ulmus scabra, Ulmus montana]
Bergulme {f}
bot.T
wych elm [Ulmus glabra, Ulmus scabra, Ulmus montana]
Berg-Ulme {f}
Teiltreffer
bot.T
wych hazel [also: wych-hazel] [spv.] [Hamamelis virginiana]
Hexenhasel {f}
bot.T
wych hazel [also: wych-hazel] [spv.] [Hamamelis virginiana]
Zauberhaselnuss {f}
bot.T
wych hazel [also: wych-hazel] [spv.] [Hamamelis virginiana]
Zauberhasel {f}
bot.T
wych hazel [also: wych-hazel] [spv.] [Hamamelis virginiana]
Virginischer Zauberstrauch {m}
bot.T
wych hazel [also: wych-hazel] [spv.] [Hamamelis virginiana]
Hopfenhainbuche {f}
bot.T
(American) wych hazel [also: wych-hazel] [spv.] [Hamamelis virginiana]
Herbstblühende Zaubernuss {f}
bot.
elm leaf
Ulmenblatt {n}
bot.
elm leaves
Ulmenblätter {pl}
bot.pharm.
elm bark
Ulmenrinde {f}
constr.furn.
elm [elmwood]
Rüster {f} [Holz]
7
constr.furn.
elm [elmwood]
Ulme {f} [Holz]
24
elm woodRüsterholz {n}
bot.
cork elm
Korkulme {f}
bot.T
elm trees
Ulmen {pl}
bot.T
elm [genus Ulmus]
Ulme {f}
353
elm burl [veneer]Rüster-Maser {f} [Furnier]
bot.ecol.
Dutch elm disease
Ulmensterben {n}
bot.T
elm [genus Ulmus]
Rüster {f}
23
engin.med.optics
epiluminescence microscopy <ELM>
Epilumineszenzmikroskopie {f} <ELM>
bot.T
water elm [Ulmus americana]
Amerikanische Ulme {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The case was made more mysterious by numerous graffiti that appeared later stating "Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?
  • Two ancient woodland sites are also present with ash, oak, hazel, wych elm and other tree varieties which show evidence of coppicing.
  • It is fashioned from hardwood, most likely wych elm, with no visible decorations.
  • Amongst the hornbeam is wych elm, wild service, crab apple, spindle, guelder rose and aspen.
  • Some years there are fly orchids with the nettle-leaved bellflower, primrose and bluebell which grow underneath the large old beeches and wych elm.

  • On the other hand, 'wych-elm wood/clearing' might be an alternative derivation.
  • Remnants of ancient woodland comprising birch, rowan, hazel, wych elm, aspen and oak are scattered throughout the northern side of the mountain particularly in the deep gulleys and sheltered situations near the seashore.
  • Both Wych Elm and English Elm were planted. The Hartopp family had already completed one of the early plantings of a Cedar of Lebanon tree in Great Britain, adjacent to an ornamental pond.
  • Wellow also has, in Wellow Park, the largest remaining example of ash-wych elm woodland in Nottinghamshire.
  • In 1999 the obelisk was defaced with graffiti referring to the unsolved post World War II mystery: Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?

  • It was headquartered in the Square until 1982 and took as its logo the ancient wych-elm which grew immediately opposite.
  • A rare shiny-leafed form of wych elm similar to 'Nitida' was found in the village in the early 20th century, a leaf specimen prepared for the Kew Herbarium by the Rev. Augustin Ley in 1910.
  • The tree's natural range in eastern England overlaps with that of wych elm ("Ulmus glabra"), the two species hybridizing to produce elms of the "Ulmus" × "hollandica" type.
  • At [...] , Thornaby Woods is a large area of ancient woodland and features trees such as oak, elm and wych-elm. Roe deer have been seen in and around Thornaby and Bassleton woods.
  • Longbows for hunting and warfare have been made from many different woods in many cultures; in Europe they date from the Paleolithic era and, since the Bronze Age, were made mainly from yew, or from wych elm if yew was unavailable.

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