Translation for 'thicket' from English to Russian
NOUN   a thicket | thickets
SYNO brush | brushwood | coppice | ...
заросли {мн}thicket {sg}
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Translation for 'thicket' from English to Russian

thicket {sg}
заросли {мн}
Usage Examples English
  • Woolley named the figure the 'Ram in a Thicket' after the story of the binding of Isaac in Genesis 22.13, in which God orders Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac, but at the last moment an angel stops him and reveals a ram caught in a thicket by its horns, which Abraham sacrifices instead.
  • Dense shrub or thicket-forming perennial, found in chaparral plant communities.
  • The majority of fantails are strong fliers, and some species can undertake long migrations, but sooty thicket fantail as well as the other thicket fantails (white-bellied thicket fantail and black thicket fantail) are very weak fliers, and need to alight regularly.
  • Bramerton's derives from the Old English for a farmstead with abundant bramble or thicket.
  • The derivation of the name is from the Old Norse personal name Eindrithi or Andrithi, with the Old Norse "buski" ("shrub, bush or thicket"), the whole name thus signifying "Andrithi's thicket".

  • As in the case with thicket yew, worm yew has been indicated to be the same as the typical variety, but again there are no specific studies to support this conclusion.
  • Most occur in the southwestern subarid forest-thicket vegetation of the island.
  • These duikers have extremely specific habitat requirements, being found only in areas of old-growth thicket, with the highest population densities (11.4±5.18 per km2) recorded in relatively undisturbed high thicket.
  • The vine-thicket fine-lined slider ("Lerista cinerea") is a species of skink found in Queensland, Australia.
  • Fuel wood was also sourced from local eucalyptus and monsoon vine thicket forests.

  • "Aloiampelos ciliaris" is naturally widespread in the coastal and thicket vegetation of the Eastern Cape, flowing over the Western Cape border.
  • An impenetrable metre-high thicket of "Melanthera biflora" (Asteraceae) and other species rapidly developed but eight months later the canopy had regrown, the forest floor was again in shade and the undergrowth thicket was dead.
  • While in Epirus, she died and was buried in a thicket; this thicket was later considered sacred to her and the entire country was renamed after her.
  • By 1824, the region north of the mountain came to be known as "Monte del Diablo" ("devil's thicket"; in this case "monte" should be translated as thicket or dense woods).
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