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Spanish translation of “breed”

breed

verb /briːd/ (past tense, past participle bred /bred/)
to produce young
criar, reproducirse
Rabbits breed and grow quickly.
to keep animals for the purpose of breeding young
criar
I breed dogs and sell them as pets.
bred /bred/ adjective (often as part of a word) (of people) brought up in a certain way or place
educado; criado
a well-bred young lady I’m American born and bred.
(of animals) brought up or reared in a certain way
de raza
a pure-bred dog.
breeding noun education and training; good manners
educación, modales
a man of good breeding.
(Definition of breed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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