English version

tree-lined

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
tree-linedˈtree-lined adjective  DNa tree-lined road has trees on both sides
Examples from the Corpus
tree-linedFrom Hamsterley village, it is approached through the forest and finally a spectacular tree-lined avenue.Eventually we came to an ancient tree-lined canal with a long-tailed water taxi parked at a dock.His family home has tree-lined grounds, including an ancient mulberry, and the snowdrops are out.Ducks have long been a nuisance at the tree-lined park.Their hotel was in a wide tree-lined street in the centre of town, surrounded by pretty cafés, restaurants and boutiques.We walked hours and hours along tree-lined streets and riverbanks.Lakes and tree-lined streets dominate the rest of Hanoi, built along the murky Red River.
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