English version

tree line

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtree lineˈtree line noun [singular]  PGthe timberline
Examples from the Corpus
tree lineAfter a thirty-second pause to let us load up, Shaker took off over the forward tree line.Adam landed in the clearing between the tree line and the wall.I could see the muzzle flashes in the tree line fifty yards away, which blocked our take-off path.It was so dark he could barely make out the tree line on the distant shore.We broke through the tree line from the north.Leaving Okawi and Beruna, Miles turned away from the village and padded silently across the beach to the tree line.I went back along with him to check the path was the tree line route to the falls.
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