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1. Any of various evergreen trees of the genus Pinus, having fascicles of needle-shaped leaves and producing woody seed-bearing cones. These trees are widely cultivated for ornament and shade and for their timber and resinous sap, which yields turpentine and pine tar.
2. Any of various other coniferous trees, such as the Norfolk Island pine.
3. The wood of any of these trees.
v. pined, pin·ing, pines
1. To feel a lingering, often nostalgic desire.
2. To wither or waste away from longing or grief: pined away and died.
To grieve or mourn for.
Intense longing or grief.
1. (Plants) any evergreen resinous coniferous tree of the genus Pinus, of the N hemisphere, with long needle-shaped leaves and brown cones: family Pinaceae. See also longleaf pine, nut pine, pitch pine, Scots pine
2. (Plants) any other tree or shrub of the family Pinaceae
3. (Forestry) the wood of any of these trees
4. (Plants) any of various similar but unrelated plants, such as ground pine and screw pine
[Old English pīn, from Latin pīnus pine]
1. (intr; often foll by for or an infinitive) to feel great longing or desire; yearn
2. (often foll by: away) to become ill, feeble, or thin through worry, longing, etc
3. (tr) archaic to mourn or grieve for
[Old English pīnian to torture, from pīn pain, from Medieval Latin pēna, from Latin poena pain]
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1. any evergreen tree of the genus Pinus, having needlelike leaves borne in bundles and woody cones enclosing winged seeds: valued for their wood and their resinous products, as turpentine.
2. the wood of a pine tree.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English pīn < Latin pīnus]
v. pined, pin•ing,
1. to yearn deeply; long painfully: to pine for one's family.
2. to fail gradually in health or vitality from grief, regret, or longing (often fol. by away).v.t.
3. Archaic. to suffer grief or regret over.n.
4. Archaic. painful longing.
[before 900; Middle English: to torment, be in pain; Old English pīnian to torture, derivative of pīn torture (Middle English pine) « Latin poena punishment. See pain]
syn: See yearn.
Any of various evergreen trees that bear cones and have clusters of needle-shaped leaves. Pines are found chiefly in cooler temperate regions in the Northern Hemisphere.
- Japanese garden - Often uses bamboo, mondo grasses, pine, and small pools of water containing koi.
- pine, pinecone - Pine, the tree, is from Latin pinus, from Indo-European pei-, "resin"; pinecones were originally called pineapples.
- pine, fir, spruce - Pine, fir, and spruce are quite different from each other, though they are all conifers; pine has clusters of long, needle-shaped leaves, spruce is a type of fir, and the only scientific difference between the two is that spruces have rectangular needles while firs have flat, needle-shaped leaves.
- pinot - A variant of French pineau, a diminutive of pine, from the shape of the clusters of grapes.
Past participle: pined
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|Noun||1.||pine - a coniferous tree |
pine - straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus
Pinus glabra, spruce pine - large two-needled pine of southeastern United States with light soft wood
northern pitch pine, Pinus rigida, pitch pine - large three-needled pine of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada; closely related to the pond pine
Pinus serotina, pond pine - large three-needled pine of sandy swamps of southeastern United States; needles longer than those of the northern pitch pine
European nut pine, Pinus pinea, stone pine, umbrella pine - medium-sized two-needled pine of southern Europe having a spreading crown; widely cultivated for its sweet seeds that resemble almonds
arolla pine, cembra nut tree, Pinus cembra, Swiss pine, Swiss stone pine - large five-needled European pine; yields cembra nuts and a resinous exudate
mugho pine, mugo pine, Pinus mugo, Swiss mountain pine, dwarf mountain pine, mountain pine - low shrubby pine of central Europe with short bright green needles in bunches of two
ancient pine, Pinus longaeva - small slow-growing pine of western United States similar to the bristlecone pine; chocolate brown bark in plates and short needles in bunches of 5; crown conic but becoming rough and twisted; oldest plant in the world growing to 5000 years in cold semidesert mountain tops
white pine - any of several five-needled pines with white wood and smooth usually light grey bark when young; especially the eastern white pine
yellow pine - any of various pines having yellow wood
Jeffrey pine, Jeffrey's pine, Pinus jeffreyi, black pine - tall symmetrical pine of western North America having long blue-green needles in bunches of 3 and elongated cones on spreading somewhat pendulous branches; sometimes classified as a variety of ponderosa pine
lodgepole, lodgepole pine, Pinus contorta, shore pine, spruce pine - shrubby two-needled pine of coastal northwestern United States; red to yellow-brown bark fissured into small squares
frankincense pine, loblolly pine, Pinus taeda - tall spreading three-needled pine of southeastern United States having reddish-brown fissured bark and a full bushy upper head
jack pine, Pinus banksiana - slender medium-sized two-needled pine of eastern North America; with yellow-green needles and scaly grey to red-brown fissured bark
swamp pine - any of several pines that prefer or endure moist situations such as loblolly pine or longleaf pine
Canadian red pine, Pinus resinosa, red pine - pine of eastern North America having long needles in bunches of two and reddish bark
Pinus sylvestris, Scotch fir, Scotch pine, Scots pine - medium large two-needled pine of northern Europe and Asia having flaking red-brown bark
Jersey pine, Pinus virginiana, scrub pine, Virginia pine - common small shrubby pine of the eastern United States having straggling often twisted or branches and short needles in bunches of 2
Monterey pine, Pinus radiata - tall California pine with long needles in bunches of 3, a dense crown, and dark brown deeply fissured bark
bristlecone pine, Pinus aristata, Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine - small slow-growing upland pine of western United States (Rocky Mountains) having dense branches with fissured rust-brown bark and short needles in bunches of 5 and thorn-tipped cone scales; among the oldest living things some over 4500 years old
hickory pine, Pinus pungens, prickly pine, table-mountain pine - a small two-needled upland pine of the eastern United States (Appalachians) having dark brown flaking bark and thorn-tipped cone scales
knobcone pine, Pinus attenuata - medium-sized three-needled pine of the Pacific coast of the United States having a prominent knob on each scale of the cone
Japanese red pine, Japanese table pine, Pinus densiflora - pine native to Japan and Korea having a wide-spreading irregular crown when mature; grown as an ornamental
|2.||pine - straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus|
knotty pine - pine lumber with many knots; used especially for paneling and furniture
white pine - soft white wood of white pine trees
yellow pine - hard yellowish wood of a yellow pine
wood - the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
|Verb||1.||pine - have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"|
die - languish as with love or desire; "She dying for a cigarette"; "I was dying to leave"
verb waste, decline, weaken, sicken, sink, flag, fade, decay, dwindle, wither, wilt, languish, droop While away from her children, she pined dreadfully.
pine for something or someone
1. long, ache, crave, yearn, sigh, carry a torch, eat your heart out over, suspire (archaic or poetic) She was pining for her lost husband.
خَشَب الصّنوبَرصُنَوْبَرصنوبَريَذوب حَسْرَةً ، يَشْتاقيَهْزُل، يَهِن، يَضْعُف
(also pine tree) → pin m
[forest] → de pins pine grove, pine kernel
n → Kiefernzapfen m
n → Kiefernwald m
n → Baummarder m
n → Kiefernnadel f
n → Kiefer f
n → Kiefer f
1. any of several kinds of evergreen trees with cones (ˈpine-cones) and needlelike leaves ( ˈpine-needles). denne صنوبَر иглолистни pinheiro borovice die Kiefer fyrretræ πεύκοpino -mänd کاج mänty pinאורן एक सदाबहार पौधा borovina fenyő(fa) tusam, pohon cemara fura pino 松 소나무 pušis priede pokok pain pijnboomfurusosna دزڼغوزي ( جلغوزى، زړغونځى ) ونه pinheiro pin сосна borovica bor bor tall, fura, pinje ต้นสน çam 松樹 сосна صنوبر cây thông 松树
2. its wood. The table is made of pine; (also adjective) a pine table. dennehout خَشَب الصّنوبَر направен от иглолистно дърво pinho (z) borovice das Kiefernholz, Kiefern-... fyrretræ; fyrretræs- ξύλο πεύκου pino männipuu چوب کاج mänty pin עֵץ אוֹרֵן चीड़ की लकड़ी bor fenyőfa kayu tusam furuviður pino; di pino* 松材 소나무 재목 pušis; pušinis priedes koks kayu pain vurenhoutfurusosna ( جلغوزى، زړغونځى ) ونه pinho (de/din) pin сосновая древесина borovica: z borovice, borovicový borovina borovina furu ไม้สน çam 松木 сосна صنوبر کي لکڑي gỗ thông 松木
1. (often with away) to lose strength, become weak (with pain, grief etc). Since his death she has been pining (away). wegkwyn يَهْزُل، يَهِن، يَضْعُف вехна definhar chřadnout sich grämen sygne hen μαραζώνωlanguidecer, consumirse otsa jääma تحلیل رفتن riutua dépérir לִדעוֹך कमजोर होना žalovati, ginuti emésztődik lemah veslast upp penare, deperire やつれる 수척해지다 džiūti, nykti nīkt; vārgt; dilt merana kwijnensykne hen; vansmekte więdnąć ډنګرېدل ( له غمه ) ځورېدل بې سېكه كيدل، هيله درلودل، ليوال كيدل، كمزورى كيدل definhar a se stinge (încet) чахнуть chradnúť hirati venuti tyna av (bort), försmäkta อ่อนแรง sararıp solmak, eriyip bitmek 憔悴，衰弱 скніти, чахнути کمزور ہونا tiều tụy 憔悴，衰弱
2. (usually with for) to want (something) very much; to long (for someone or something, or to do something). He knew that his wife was pining for home. verlang يَذوب حَسْرَةً ، يَشْتاق копнея estar com saudades de toužit (po) sich sehnen længes λαχταρώ, λιώνω για κτ. suspirar por, anhelar por igatsema در آرزوی چیزی سوختن kaivata languir pour לְהִתאַבֵּל עַל- लालसा होना čeznuti za, silno željeti sóvárog mendambakan þrá struggersi 思いこがれる 갈망하다 ilgėtis ilgoties; skumt merindui smachtenlengte sårttęsknić ډنګرېدل ( له غمه ) ځورېدل بې سېكه كيدل estar com saudades de a tânji (după) жаждать; тосковать túžiť (po) hrepeneti čeznuti tråna, trängta ต้องการมาก özlemek 渴望 жадати اشتياق رکھنا mong muốn tha thiết 渴望