tu–chung

noun \ˈdüˈju̇ŋ\

Definition of tu–chung

plural

-s

  1. :  a very hardy Chinese tree (Eucommia ulmoides) that resembles an elm in appearance and is a potential source of rubber

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Origin and Etymology of tu–chung

Chinese (Pekingese) tu4 chung4


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