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Translation of "bud" - English-Spanish dictionary

bud

noun   /bʌd/
a part of a plant that develops into a leaf or a flower capullo In spring the trees are covered in buds.
→  Idioms nip something in the bud
(Definition of bud from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bud

noun /bad/
a shoot of a tree or plant, containing undeveloped leaves or flower(s) or both brote Are there buds on the trees yet? a rosebud.
budding adjective
just beginning to develop en ciernes a budding poet.
in bud
producing buds estar en brote The flowers are in bud.
(Definition of bud from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bud”
in Korean 봉오리…
in Arabic بُرْعُم…
in Malaysian kudup…
in French bourgeon…
in Russian почка, бутон…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物的部分, 芽,花蕾…
in Italian bocciolo…
in Turkish tomurcuk, gonca…
in Polish pączek…
in Vietnamese nụ, chồi…
in Portuguese gema (em ramos, caules), botão (flor)…
in Thai ต้นอ่อน…
in German die Knospe…
in Catalan brot, poncella…
in Japanese 芽, つぼみ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物的部分, 芽,花蕾…
in Indonesian tunas…
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