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Spanish translation of “soil”

soil

noun /soil/
the upper layer of the earth, in which plants grow
tierra, suelo
to plant seeds in the soil a handful of soil.
soil erosion noun the process by which soil is gradually removed from the surface of the earth by the action of the rain, sea, or wind
Erosión de Suelo
Soil erosion leads to a decline in soil quality.
(Definition of soil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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