evergreen, evergreen plantadjective
a plant having foliage that persists and remains green throughout the year
(of plants and shrubs) bearing foliage throughout the year
A tree or shrub that does not shed its leaves or needles seasonally.
More specifically, a conifer tree.
A news story that can be published or broadcast at any time.
To extend the term of a patent beyond the normal legal limit, usually through repeated small modifications.
To set the repayment rate of a loan at or below the interest rate, so low that the principal will never be repaid.
Of plants, especially trees, that do not shed their leaves seasonally.
Continually fresh or self-renewing; often used metaphorically.
Of a document or dataset, continually up-to-date (as opposed to being published at regular intervals and being slightly outdated in-between those publication dates)
Suitable for transmission at any time; not urgent or time-dependent.
In botany, an evergreen is a plant that has leaves throughout the year and are always green. This is true even if the plant retains its foliage only in warm climates, and contrasts with deciduous plants, which completely lose their foliage during the winter or dry season.
remaining unwithered through the winter, or retaining unwithered leaves until the leaves of the next year are expanded, as pines cedars, hemlocks, and the like
an evergreen plant
twigs and branches of evergreen plants used for decoration
In botany, an evergreen is a plant that has leaves in all four seasons, always green. This contrasts with deciduous plants, which completely lose their foliage during the winter or dry season. There are many different kinds of evergreen plants, both trees and shrubs. Evergreens include: ⁕most species of conifers ⁕live oak, holly, and "ancient" gymnosperms such as cycads ⁕most angiosperms from frost-free climates, such as eucalypts and rainforest trees The Latin binomial term sempervirens refers to the evergreen nature of the plant, for instance: An additional special case exists in Welwitschia, an African gymnosperm plant that produces only two leaves which grow continuously throughout the plant's life but gradually wear away at the apex. Welwitschia can live for over 1,000 years. Leaf persistence in evergreen plants varies from a few months to several decades.
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The numerical value of evergreen in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of evergreen in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
La différence entre un diplomate et un mari est que le diplomate se souvient de l'anniversaire d'une femme, mais ne se souvient pas de son âge, tandis que le mari se souvient de l'âge de sa femme, mais oublie son anniversaire. être un mari diplomatique! ne jamais oublier l'anniversaire de votre femme, et ne jamais laisser sa croix qu'Evergreen âge de intemporelle et alléchant vingt-cinq.
They are just all over Evergreen Golf Course near Denver but people can play through, there is signage posted around Evergreen Golf Course near Denver to warn golfers to stay away from the elk.
I don't believe Evergreen Action will pass the House unless we're passing a reconciliation bill alongside it, i do not think they'll have the votes.
What we're looking at is creating more evergreen rules and guidelines so that parents can go, 'Oh, I can do this,'.
A film like 'Wolf of Wall Street' with DiCaprio and Scorsese is an evergreen property and it could easily make another $100 million in the near future.
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- immergrün, PflanzeGerman
- ĉiamverdo, ĉiamverdaEsperanto
- ainavihanta, ikivihreä, ikivihantaFinnish
- crann síorghlas, síorghlasIrish
- sìor-bheò, craobh shìor-ghorm, bith-bheò, sìor-uaine, sìor-ghormScottish Gaelic
- hijau sepanjang tahunIndonesian
- sígrænn, vetrargrænnIcelandic
- semper viridisLatin
- eviggrønNorwegian Nynorsk
- вечнозелёное растение, вечнозелёныйRussian
- vintergrön, städsegrönSwedish
- کبھی کبھارUrdu
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