The Word of the Day: & quot; rama & quot; | SpanishDict Answers

The Word of the Day: & quot; rama & quot; | SpanishDict Answers

The Word of the Day: & quot; rama & quot; | SpanishDict Answers

When I saw the word "branch" I thought of the phrase "Palm Sunday" but as you can see it is another word "bouquet", so I thought "What is the difference between the two words?" in the dictionary * and discovered that "branch" means 1) Each of the parts of a plant that are born from the main stem or stem and in which leaves, flowers and fruits usually sprout. 2) Each of the areas in which a science or discipline is divided (and there are other definitions); and "bouquet" means 1) Bunch of flowers, herbs and branches. 2) Branch of second order. 3) Cut branch of the tree. But the important thing for me is that neither branch nor bouquet means "palm." (Uh! Smile)

Luis Octavio Corvalán Politico
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When I saw the word "branch" I was thinking about the phrase "Palm Sunday" but I do not know what to say, but I do not know what to say, but I do not know what to say. from the trunk or main stalk and on which, generally, leaves, flowers, and fruit buds 2) Each of the areas in which a science or discipline are divided (there are other definitions - basically it's "branch" in English) branch "means 1) A bunch of flowers, plants and branches 2) A secondary branch 3) A branch cut from a tree But the important thing for me is that neither" branch "nor" branch "means" palm ". (whew! Grin)

* Thanks to http://www.wordreference.com/en/translation.asp?spen=rama (branch)