verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of branch
synonym study for branch
OTHER WORDS FROM branch
Words nearby branch
Example sentences from the Web for branches
The birds poop all over the forest, and thanks to the viscin, the mistletoe seeds in said poop stick to branches.
Mistletoe bushes clump on branches like something out of a Dr. Seuss book.
But the leaves and branches – the canopy it effectively creates -- is made up of solar panels.
The basic Acacia model, equipped with seven branches that have a combined capacity of 1.4 kilowatts, costs $100,000.
“Trust in all branches of federal government at or near record lows,” reports Gallup.
In some way one of his legs had slipped between the branches, the angle of which became more acute, of course, toward the apex.Our Bird Comrades|Leander S. (Leander Sylvester) Keyser
Although it was not yet dark a big camp fire was burning, made bright with pine cones and branches of pine.The Camp Fire Girls at the End of the Trail|Margaret Vandercook
In January they are pruned, and the branches left are entwined from tree to tree all along the line, and form impenetrable fences.
But they always alight on dense trees, in the thicket, and when they see the hunter they hide themselves in the branches.
Its roots will live, but most of its branches will be killed each season.Amateur Gardencraft|Eben E. Rexford
British Dictionary definitions for branches
- a subdivision or subsidiary section of something larger or more complexbranches of learning; branch of the family
- (as modifier)a branch office
Derived forms of branchbranchless, adjectivebranchlike, adjectivebranchy, adjective
Word Origin for branch
Medical definitions for branches
Idioms and Phrases with branches
In addition to the idioms beginning with branch
- branch off
- branch out
- olive branch
- root and branch