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bram·ble

 (brăm′bəl)
n.
1. A prickly shrub of the genus Rubus of the rose family, including the blackberry and the raspberry.
2. A prickly shrub or bush.

[Middle English brembel, from Old English bræmbel.]

bram′bly adj.

bramble

(ˈbræmbəl)
n
1. (Plants) any of various prickly herbaceous plants or shrubs of the rosaceous genus Rubus, esp the blackberry. See also stone bramble
2. (Plants)
a. a blackberry
b. (as modifier): bramble jelly.
3. (Plants) any of several similar and related shrubs
vb (intr)
to gather blackberries
[Old English brǣmbel; related to Old Saxon brāmal, Old High German brāmo]
ˈbrambly adj

bram•ble

(ˈbræm bəl)

n.
1. any prickly shrub belonging to the genus Rubus, of the rose family, as the blackberry.
2. any rough, prickly shrub.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English bræmbel]
bram′bly, adj. -bli•er, -bli•est.

bramble


Past participle: brambled
Gerund: brambling

Imperative
bramble
bramble
Present
I bramble
you bramble
he/she/it brambles
we bramble
you bramble
they bramble
Preterite
I brambled
you brambled
he/she/it brambled
we brambled
you brambled
they brambled
Present Continuous
I am brambling
you are brambling
he/she/it is brambling
we are brambling
you are brambling
they are brambling
Present Perfect
I have brambled
you have brambled
he/she/it has brambled
we have brambled
you have brambled
they have brambled
Past Continuous
I was brambling
you were brambling
he/she/it was brambling
we were brambling
you were brambling
they were brambling
Past Perfect
I had brambled
you had brambled
he/she/it had brambled
we had brambled
you had brambled
they had brambled
Future
I will bramble
you will bramble
he/she/it will bramble
we will bramble
you will bramble
they will bramble
Future Perfect
I will have brambled
you will have brambled
he/she/it will have brambled
we will have brambled
you will have brambled
they will have brambled
Future Continuous
I will be brambling
you will be brambling
he/she/it will be brambling
we will be brambling
you will be brambling
they will be brambling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been brambling
you have been brambling
he/she/it has been brambling
we have been brambling
you have been brambling
they have been brambling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been brambling
you will have been brambling
he/she/it will have been brambling
we will have been brambling
you will have been brambling
they will have been brambling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been brambling
you had been brambling
he/she/it had been brambling
we had been brambling
you had been brambling
they had been brambling
Conditional
I would bramble
you would bramble
he/she/it would bramble
we would bramble
you would bramble
they would bramble
Past Conditional
I would have brambled
you would have brambled
he/she/it would have brambled
we would have brambled
you would have brambled
they would have brambled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bramble - any of various rough thorny shrubs or vinesbramble - any of various rough thorny shrubs or vines
bramble bush - any prickly shrub of the genus Rubus bearing edible aggregate fruits
ligneous plant, woody plant - a plant having hard lignified tissues or woody parts especially stems
Translations

bramble

[ˈbræmbl] Nzarza f

bramble

[ˈbræmbəl] n
(= plant) → ronce f
(= fruit) → mûre f

bramble

n
(= thorny shoot)dorniger Zweig, Dornenzweig m
(= blackberry)Brombeere f; (= bush also)Brombeerstrauch m; bramble jamBrombeermarmelade f

bramble

[ˈbræmbl] nrovo; (fruit) → mora
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