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Translation of "herb" - English-Spanish dictionary

herb

noun /həːb/
a usually small plant used to flavour/flavor food or to make medicines
hierba
herbs and spices.
herbal adjective of herbs, especially herbs used to make medicines
de hierbas; herbario; herbáceo
a herbal remedy.
herbalist noun a person who deals in herbs, especially those used to make medicines.
herbolario
herbivore noun an animal that only eats plants.
herbívoro
herbivorous adjective
herbívoro
herbivorous animals.
Translations of “herb”
in Arabic عُشْب…
in Korean 허브…
in Malaysian herba…
in French herbe (aromatique, médicinale)…
in Turkish şifalı ot/bitki…
in Italian erba aromatica…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用作調味品或藥材的)香草,藥草…
in Russian пряная или лекарственная трава…
in Polish zioło…
in Vietnamese thảo dược…
in Portuguese erva…
in Thai สมุนไพร…
in German das Kraut…
in Catalan herba…
in Japanese ハーブ…
in Indonesian tumbuh-tumbuhan untuk bumbu dan jamu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用作调味品或药材的)香草,药草…
(Definition of herb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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