Translation of acacia in Spanish:

acacia

acacia, n.

Pronunciation /əˈkeɪʃə/ /əˈkeɪsɪə/

noun

(acacia tree)
Botany
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    acacia feminine
    • That is where you've got grazing land largely, and it appears that the woody vegetation, trees, eucalypts and acacias, native pines and other shrubs, are becoming denser and denser.
    • Alerted by phone, the local authorities had come to see what was happening in Mekhembar, a village of 1,500 people set among thorny acacias and baobab trees with their bulging trunks.
    • When particular plants flower in sequence, I have seen the same natural area bathed in the yellow of acacias, white of tea-trees, or pink and purple.
    • The A to Z of conservatory plants starts with the feathery yellow flowers of the acacia in bloom from December to March.
    • THESE LITTLE acacia and bird cherry trees look a little out of place as they rock in tandem with the waves in the backwaters.
    • A well-planted aviary, especially with native species of trees or shrubs like acacia or eucalyptus, is ideal.
    • Scattered trees, mainly acacias and junipers, dot the savanna.
    • In and around the Olympic village, acacias and evergreen Holm oaks are given prominence.
    • The Plaza, with its canopy of acacias, jacarandas and monkey-puzzles offers an oasis of calm from both the traffic noise and soaring heat of midday.
    • The expanse of space south of Arcadia up the steep ridge will, over a period of some 20 years, be denuded of its black wattles and gum trees, and be replaced with indigenous acacias and proteas.
    • Ngar said authorities in the past introduced pioneer species such as acacias and eucalypts that adapted quickly to badly eroded areas on barren land.
    • Spread out below the ridge is a remarkable expanse of woodlands, an acacia and eucalypt plain of shimmering leaf canopy that extends to the coast.
    • A bachelor group will arrive at a promising nesting site (adorned with lots of acacia or palm trees, and usually near water), and the males will quickly begin constructing their beautiful vase-like nests out of grass.
    • No people, no houses, no cars, just a wilderness of river-gum trees lining ancient waterless riverbeds, acacias, spinifex grasses and spooky giant termite mounds.
    • I was once asked by my neighbours whether I would mind very much if they were to hop across and chop down the acacias and pines at the bottom of our garden.
    • The place I chose is under a small-leaved acacia tree, with a little direct sun on the water in the morning.
    • One day Rabbit sat down beside a flowering acacia tree and looked up at the bright yellow flowers, the rough bark and the sturdy limbs stretching toward the sun.
    • Even the ostrich squawk as they make their way across the sandvelt to open marshlands and savannahs dotted with acacia, baobab trees and wild sage bushes.
    • There is the touch of the camel-thorn acacia that has just been grazed by a giraffe, and the smell of wild sage as you brush past it in the bush.
    • Kruger spreads over nearly 20,000 sq km of unspoilt scrubland punctuated by acacia and mopane trees.