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Translation of "nutritious" - English-Spanish dictionary

nutritious

adjective /njuˈtriʃəs/
valuable as food; nourishing nutritivo, alimenticio a nutritious snack.
nutrient /ˈnjuːtriənt/ noun
a substance which gives nourishment nutriente This food contains important nutrients.
nutriment noun
nourishment; food. alimento
nutrition noun
(the act of giving or getting) nourishment, or the scientific study of this nutrición, alimentación Eggs are a source of nutrition.
nutritional adjective
nutricional nutritional information on food packaging
nutritionist noun
an expert on food and its effects on health and growth. nutricionista
Translations of “nutritious”
in Arabic مُغَذٍّ…
in Korean 영양이 풍부한…
in Malaysian berzat…
in French nutritif, nourrissant…
in Turkish besleyici…
in Italian nutriente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 營養豐富的,營養價值高的…
in Russian питательный…
in Polish pożywny…
in Vietnamese bổ dưỡng…
in Portuguese nutritivo…
in Thai ซึ่งบำรุงสุขภาพ…
in German nahrhaft…
in Catalan nutritiu…
in Japanese 栄養のある…
in Indonesian bergizi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 营养丰富的,营养价值高的…
(Definition of nutritious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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