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Từ điển Oxford Advanced Learner 8th

oak [oak oaks] BrE [əʊk] NAmE [oʊk] noun
1. countable, uncountable (also ˈoak tree countable)a large tree that produces small nuts called ↑acorns. Oaks are common in northern countries and can live to be hundreds of years old
a gnarled old oak tree
forests of oak and pine
see also poison oak
2. uncountable the hard wood of the oak tree
oak beams
This table is made of solid oak.
Idiom:tall oaks from little acorns grow

Word Origin:
Old English āc, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch eik and German Eiche.

Example Bank:
The oaks were planted in the 16th century.
a solid oak table
chairs of polished oak

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