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Translation of "compost" - English-Spanish dictionary

compost

noun [no plural]   /ˈkɒm·pɒst/
decaying material of plants, unwanted food, etc., added to dirt to improve the growth of new plants compost
(Definition of compost from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

compost

noun /ˈkompost, (American) -poust/
rotting vegetable matter etc used as fertilizer. abono orgánico (also adjective) a compost heap.
(Definition of compost from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “compost”
in Korean 퇴비…
in Arabic سِماد…
in Malaysian membajai…
in French compost…
in Russian компост…
in Chinese (Traditional) 混合肥料, 堆肥…
in Italian compost, miscela ferilizzante…
in Turkish yaprak ve bitkilerden oluşan doğal gübre…
in Polish kompost…
in Vietnamese phân xanh…
in Portuguese adubo…
in Thai พืชที่หมักไว้เป็นปุ๋ย…
in German der Kompost…
in Catalan compost…
in Japanese 腐葉土…
in Chinese (Simplified) 混合肥料, 堆肥…
in Indonesian pupuk…
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