tree / CL:棵[ke1] / to cultivate / to set up

= + : Sheldon Shrimp cultivates a Christmas tree in the space station's bathroom. He is very happy that he found the right tree, just the one he imagined, and—in his mind—marks of the tree he imagined with a big green check mark.

树 character breakdown

right / correct / couple / pair / towards / at / for / to face / opposite / to treat (sb a certain way) / to match together / to adjust / to fit / to suit / to answer / to reply / classifier: couple

= + : Doggy Dog is preparing for a boxing battle in the bathroom of the Eiffel Tower. He wears his boxing gloves and thumbs up to himself, reassuring himself that he'll knock out his opponent easily.
surname Mu
(bound form) tree / (bound form) wood / unresponsive; numb; wooden

= + : Mnemonic symbol: a Christmas tree.

Malte Monkey (mu) is setting up a Christmas tree (木) in the bathroom of the space station (Ø4). He decorates the tree with eight-balls (八) and puts a holy cross (十) at the top of the tree.
right; correct / towards; at; for / concerning; regarding / to treat (sb a certain way) / to face / (bound form) opposite; facing; matching / to match together; to adjust / to fit; to suit / to answer; to reply / to add; to pour in (a fluid) / to check; to compare / classifier: couple; pair

Characters with 树 as component

树 is not used as a component in another character.

Words with 树

Chinese horse chestnut (Aesculus chinensis)
unable to see the wood for the trees / fig. only able to see isolated details, and not the bigger picture
Chinese sumac (Rhus chinensis)
(bird species of China) Hume's bush warbler (Horornis brunnescens)
National Tree Planting Day (March 12th), as known as Arbor Day 植樹節|植树节[Zhi2 shu4 jie2]
lit. to fly one's banner on a solitary tree (idiom); fig. to act as a loner / to stand out / to develop one's own school / to have attitude of one's own
lit. to fly one's banner on a solitary tree (idiom); fig. to act as a loner / to stand out / to develop one's own school / to have attitude of one's own
to enjoy the benefits of the hard work of one's predecessors. (idiom)
It takes ten years to nurture a tree, but a hundred years to train a man (idiom). A good education program takes a long time to develop.
coca plant (source of cocaine)
Zhou Shuren, the real name of author Lu Xun 魯迅|鲁迅[Lu3 Xun4]
locust tree (Sophora japonica)
(bird species of China) ratchet-tailed treepie (Temnurus temnurus)
lit. under a big tree the shade is plentiful (idiom) / fig. to benefit by proximity to an influential person
Tashu township in Kaohsiung county 高雄縣|高雄县[Gao1 xiong2 xian4], southwest Taiwan
don't insist on only taking one road to Rome (idiom) / there's more than one way to skin a cat

Sentences with 树

ba̅n
se̅n
zài
shù
lǐ
guài
wu
Bansom is in a tree! Monster!