Definition of Forest in English :

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Forest meaning in English

Meaning of Forest in English

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Forest

see synonyms of forest

Noun

1. forest, wood, woods

the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area

2. forest, timber, timberland, woodland

land that is covered with trees and shrubs

Verb

3. afforest, forest

establish a forest on previously unforested land

Example Sentences:
'afforest the mountains'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Forest

see synonyms of forest
noun
1. 
a large wooded area having a thick growth of trees and plants
2. 
the trees of such an area
3. New Zealand
an area planted with exotic pines or similar trees
Compare bush1 (sense 4)
4. 
something resembling a large wooded area, esp in density
a forest of telegraph poles
5. law
(formerly) an area of woodland, esp one owned by the sovereign and set apart as a hunting ground with its own laws and officers
Compare park (sense 5)
6. (modifier)
of, involving, or living in a forest or forests
a forest glade
verb
7. (transitive)
to create a forest (in); plant with trees

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Forest

see synonyms of forest
noun
1. 
a thick growth of trees and underbrush covering an extensive tract of land; large woods
often used figuratively
2.  Obsolete, British
any of certain tracts of woodland or wasteland, usually the property of the sovereign, preserved for game
adjective
3. 
of or in a forest; sylvan
verb transitive
4. 
to plant with trees; change into a forest; afforest

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Forest

see synonyms of forest
n.
1. A growth of trees and other plants covering a large area.
2. A large number of objects bearing a similarity to such a growth, especially a dense collection of tall objects: a forest of skyscrapers.
3. A defined area of land formerly set aside in England as a royal hunting ground.
tr.v. for·est·ed, for·est·ing, for·ests
To plant trees on or cover with trees.

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