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tree (one)

slang To cause or force one or an animal to climb up into a tree in order to avoid danger. A big grizzly bear treed us while we were out on our hike. We were stuck up there for nearly an hour waiting for it to go away! The dogs treed the jaguar, and it remained perched up there until animal control arrived.
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up a tree

1. In a troublesome or challenging situation. I have no idea how I'm going to get out of this contract—I'm really up a tree now.
2. Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really up a tree!
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tree

n. marijuana. Grass, tree, bush. It’s all pot!
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