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Spanish translation of “leaf”

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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.
Translations of “leaf”
in Korean 잎…
in Arabic وَرَقة شَجَر…
in French feuille, page, rallonge…
in Italian foglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 葉,葉片,葉子,樹葉…
in Russian лист (растения)…
in Turkish yaprak…
in Polish liść…
in Portuguese folha…
in German das Blatt, das Ausziehbrett…
in Catalan fulla…
in Japanese (木の)葉…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 叶,叶片,叶子,树叶…
(Definition of leaf from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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