tree-covered

tree-covered

adj
covered by or having many trees
Translations

tree-covered

[ˈtriːˌkʌvəd] ADJarbolado
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A short distance before him a large building stood in the center of several acres of grass and tree-covered ground, spanning the stream which disappeared through an opening in its foundation wall.
Chris lay on his back, his head propped by the bare jutting wall of stone, his gaze attentively directed across the canyon to the opposing tree-covered slope.
Mohammad-Hossain Aria believes there is no room for famine or flooding in tree-covered areas and that, since forests are a sanctuary for plants and animals, they play a key role in the lives of people.
London, October 27 (ANI): Two tree-covered blocks of flats are coming up in Italy in what is being described as the first 'forest in the sky'.
The tree-covered mound is said to be the site of Glyndwer's house, and where he raised his standard in revolt against the English rule in Wales on September 16, 1400.
MONTROSE -- This tree-covered community in the San Gabriel foothills lined with vintage cabins and quaint shopping -- a home for those looking for a slice of Mayberry in the city -- has become a haven over the past year for women exchanging sexual favors for money.
The benefit of tree-covered land for reducing stormwater is well documented, and the formula for calculating these benefits was part of an Urban Ecosystem Analysis conducted by AMERICAN FORESTS.
Some 200 million of these butterflies flee cold weather to bask on about a dozen tree-covered mountain slopes in Mexico, explains Karen Oberhauser of the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis St.
The terrain is remarkable with green pockets of alfalfa laced among colorful rimrock and pinon pine with panoramic lookouts to stunning red rock formations and the broad tree-covered slopes of the Boulder.
One of the latest completed projects is on Galiano, in the beautiful tree-covered archipelago between Vancouver and the very large synonymous island which protects the Gulf of British Colombia from the forces of the ocean.
Mecklenburg County totals 351,000 acres; 53 percent of that is tree-covered, though this number is decreasing rapidly.
For a reciprocal view from Bowl to Ford, you have to be in the audience toward the nosebleed section to get a mere peek at what looks like a tree-covered castle.