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fertile

adjective /ˈfəːtail/
producing a lot
fértil
fertile fields a fertile mind/imagination.
able to produce fruit, children, young animals etc
fértil
fertile seed.
fertility /-ˈti-/ noun the state or condition of being fertile
fertilidad
Diet among girls can affect fertility.
fertilize /-ti-/ verb ( (also fertiliseBritish)) to make fertile
fertilizar
He fertilized his fields with manure An egg must be fertilized before it can develop.
fertilization noun ( (also fertilisationBritish))
fertilización
succesful fertilzation of the egg.
fertilizer /-ti-/ noun ( (also fertiliserBritish)) a substance (manure, chemicals etc) used to make land (more) fertile
fertilizante, abono
artificial fertilizers.
(Definition of fertile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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