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ev·er·green

 (ĕv′ər-grēn′)
adj.
1. Having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year.
2. Perennially fresh or interesting; enduring.
3. Automatically renewed or repeatedly made valid: a contractual evergreen clause.
n.
1. A tree, shrub, or plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year.
2. evergreens Twigs or branches of evergreen plants used as decoration.
3. Something that remains perennially fresh, interesting, or well liked.

evergreen

(ˈɛvəˌɡriːn)
adj
1. (Botany) (of certain trees and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year; continually shedding and replacing leaves. Compare deciduous
2. remaining fresh and vital
n
(Botany) an evergreen tree or shrub

ev•er•green

(ˈɛv ərˌgrin)

adj.
1. (of trees, shrubs, etc.) having green leaves throughout the year, the old foliage shedding only after the new has completely formed.
n.
2. an evergreen plant.
3. evergreens, evergreen branches used for decoration.
[1545–55]

ev·er·green

(ĕv′ər-grēn′)
Adjective
Having green leaves or needles all year. Compare deciduous.
Noun
An evergreen tree, shrub, or plant, such as the pine, holly, or rhododendron.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.evergreen - a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the yearevergreen - a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year
tracheophyte, vascular plant - green plant having a vascular system: ferns, gymnosperms, angiosperms
Adj.1.evergreen - (of plants and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year
plant life, flora, plant - (botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
deciduous - (of plants and shrubs) shedding foliage at the end of the growing season
Translations
دائِم الخُضْرَهشَجَرَه دائِمَة الخُضْرَه
det at være stedsegrønstedsegrøn
örökzöld
sígrænnsígrænt tré
neopadavý ihličnatý stromvždyzelený
yapraklarını dökmeyenyapraklarını dökmeyen ağaç/bitki

evergreen

[ˈevəgriːn]
A. ADJ
1. [tree, shrub] → de hoja perenne
2. [memory] → imperecedero; [song] → clásico, de toda la vida
B. N (= tree) → árbol m de hoja perenne; (= plant) → planta f de hoja perenne
C. CPD evergreen oak Nencina f

evergreen

[ˈɛvərgriːn]
adj [shrub, plant] → à feuilles persistantes

evergreen

adj trees, shrubs, leavesimmergrün; (fig) topicimmer aktuell

evergreen

[ˈɛvəˌgriːn] adj & nsempreverde (m or f)

ever

(ˈevə) adverb
1. at any time. Nobody ever visits us; She hardly ever writes; Have you ever ridden on an elephant?; If I ever / If ever I see him again I shall get my revenge; better than ever; the brightest star they had ever seen.
2. always; continually. They lived happily ever after; I've known her ever since she was a baby.
3. used for emphasis. The new doctor is ever so gentle; What ever shall I do?
ever-
always; continually. the ever-increasing traffic.
ˈevergreen adjective
(of trees etc) having green leaves all the year round. Holly is evergreen.
noun
an evergreen tree. Firs and pines are evergreens.
everˈlasting adjective
endless; continual; unchanging. I'm tired of your everlasting grumbles; everlasting life/flowers.
ˌeverˈlastingly adverb
ˌeverˈmore adverb
for all time. He said that he would love her (for) evermore.
for ever / forˈever adverb
1. continually. He was forever looking at this watch.
2. for all time. I'll love you for ever (and ever).
References in classic literature ?
It was of recent erection--indeed almost new--and of the same rich red colour that formed such a contrast with the evergreens of the lodge.
As they said this they looked with affected pity at an evergreen oak, for in winter they are very envious of the evergreens.
They dwelt in a fussy, scroll-work house, painted white and buried in thick evergreens, with a fussy white fence and barn.
Although the evergreens still held dominion over many of the hills that rose on this side of the valley, yet the undulating outlines of the distant mountains, covered with forests of beech and maple, gave a relief to the eye, and the promise of a kinder soil.
In this latter end of autumn, with a sparse remnant of yellow leaves falling slowly athwart the dark evergreens in a stillness without sunshine, the house too had an air of autumnal decline, and Mr.
The young lady, having scattered bread for the birds (for the fourth or fifth time that day, because the dog ate it), passed unobutrusively down the lane of laurels and into a glimmering plantation of evergreens behind.
There was a short drive up to the house between tall evergreens.
There was a wall of granite on each side, high and precipitous, especially on our right, and so smooth that a few evergreens could hardly find foothold enough to grow there.
In front of us, at a distance of two hundred yards or so as well as I could calculate, rose a black mass, which gradually resolved itself, as my eyes became accustomed to the twilight, into a long, low, and ancient house, with a hedge of evergreens and a pitch-black paling in front of it.
As they leaned out of the window and inhaled the half-dead spices of the evergreens, they seemed to have entered the atmosphere of some exhausted passion--of some fierce excitement that was even now slowly burning itself out.
The coarse evergreen color of the small fir trees scattered here and there among the birches was an unpleasant reminder of winter.
Then I came to a long thicket of these oaklike trees-- live, or evergreen, oaks, I heard afterwards they should be called--which grew low along the sand like brambles, the boughs curiously twisted, the foliage compact, like thatch.