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Translation of "leaf" - English-Spanish dictionary

leaf

noun /liːf/ ( plural leaves /liːvz/)
a part of a plant growing from the side of a stem, usually green, flat and thin, but of various shapes depending on the plant hoja Many trees lose their leaves in autumn. something thin like a leaf, especially the page of a book hoja, página Several leaves had been torn out of the book. an extra part of a table, either attached to one side with a hinge or added to the centre when the two ends are apart. hoja abatible leaflet /-lit/ noun a small, printed sheet containing information etc folleto They were handing out leaflets in the street. leafy adjective ( comparative leafier, superlative leafiest) having many leaves frondoso, con muchas hojas a leafy plant. turn over a new leaf to begin a new and better way of behaving, working etc hacer borrón y cuenta nueva She had decided to turn over a new leaf and really concentrate on her studies.
(Definition of leaf from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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