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TREE rate
(Abbreviation) Trust to Reach Educational Excellence
tree rate
a plant; a living organism that is nourished by its own chemical substances which produce glycose; its parts: the lowest one, roots that absorb the substances needed for the photosynthesis, the middle part, a trunk connected to the roots that transfers the substances and the upper part, branches, fixed onto the trunk, which are in the use to hold the leaves.
tree rate
(Noun) a thing that grows out of the ground. it can be planted and cut and even chopped down. they usually have brown trunks and bark and green leaves unless it is Autumn or winter in which some leaves will turn red, brown, orange and then fall off.
Usage: look a tree...

Tree rate
(Noun) A large leafy plant which grows from a seed or cutting with limbs providing leaves, seeds, fruit, or flowers.
Usage: A tree is earth's natural resource for food and beauty.

tree rate
(Noun) a plant
Usage: The apple grows on a tree.

tree rate
(Noun) A plant used to provide oxygen
Usage: If you look outside you will see many tall trees.

Tree rate
(Noun) A plant used to provide oxygen to us, human beings, and to other plants and animals.
Tree rate
(Noun) A plant consisting of a trunk, branches, and leaves.
Usage: Many people go to tree farms in the weeks before Christmas.

tree rate
(Noun) tree is a plant with leaves and roots
Usage: Trees rises behind my flat.

tree rate
a large leafy plant
Tree rate
(Noun) A plant that grows from a seed to a large plant.
Usage: We got our Christmas tree yesterday!

TREE rate
(Abbreviation) Technical Resources for Engineering Efficiency
TREE rate
(Abbreviation) Time to Respect Earth9s Ecosystems
Tree rate
(Noun) You make wood from trees
Usage: In spring the trees get leaves


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