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Translation of "garden" - English-Spanish dictionary

garden

noun   /ˈɡɑː·dən/ UK ( US yard)
A1 an area of ground next to a house, often with grass, flowers, or trees jardín the front/back garden Dad’s outside in the garden.
verb   /ˈɡɑː·dən/
to work in a garden, growing plants and making it look attractive trabajar en el jardín
(Definition of garden from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

garden

noun /ˈɡaːdn/
a piece of ground on which flowers, vegetables etc are grown jardín, huerto a small garden at the front of the house (also adjective) a garden slug.
gardener noun
a person who works in, and looks after, a garden. jardinero
gardening noun
the work of looking after a garden jardinería Gardening is his favourite/favorite hobby (also adjective) gardening clothes/tools.
gardens noun singular or plural
a park, especially one where animals are kept or special trees or flowers are grown jardines, parque zoological/botanical gardens.
garden centre
(British ) a place that sells plants, flowers, and the equipment you need for gardening; nursery(American) centro de jardinería
garden party noun ( plural garden parties)
a large (usually formal) party, held in the garden of a house etc recepción/fiesta al aire libre I’ve been invited to a garden party.
(Definition of garden from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “garden”
in Korean 정원…
in Arabic حَديقة…
in Malaysian taman…
in French (de) jardin…
in Russian сад…
in Chinese (Traditional) (住宅旁的)花園,菜園,園子, 公園…
in Italian giardino…
in Turkish bahçe…
in Polish ogród, ogródek…
in Vietnamese vườn…
in Portuguese quintal, jardim, pátio…
in Thai สวน…
in German der Garten, Garten-……
in Catalan jardí…
in Japanese 庭…
in Chinese (Simplified) (住宅旁的)花园,菜园,园子, 公园…
in Indonesian kebun…
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