Traducción de hazel en Español:


avellano, n.

Pronunciación /ˈheɪzəl//ˈheɪz(ə)l/


  • 1

    avellano masculino
    • Cultivation of hazels probably began in classical times in Europe.
    • The course is aimed at beginners, and will help them spot the difference between the hazel and the hawthorn, and the beech from a birch.
    • The native trees planted include oak, ash, birch, alder, hazel, yew, and Scots pine.
    • The vast forested areas grew colossal numbers of trees such as hazel, oak, ash, beech, and many others.
    • Oak, hazel, willow, and lime were among the most useful trees to be cultivated.
    • A small section of the woodland consists of hazel coppice.
    • The oak tree across the road is practically bare but the beeches and hazels behind it are still fully leafed.
    • The birds were singing and the hazel catkins were open.
    • He could clearly distinguish elders, hazels and sloes.
    • Oak, ash, hazel, cherry and holly will do well on dry sites.
    • Both of the island chains were once covered in dense woodlands of birch, alder, willow, hazel, rowan and aspen.
    • Half of the field will be planted with native ash, along with cherry, rowan and hazel trees.
    • The scrub provides a good habitat for song birds including a small area of hazel coppice.
    • The marsh gave way gradually to dry land, and the reeds and willows to hazels and elders.
  • 2

    madera de avellano femenino
    avellano masculino
  • 3

    color avellana masculino
    (eyes) (invariable adjective) (before noun) color avellana
    • There is a distinct look of fear about his round hazel eyes.
    • A man with auburn hair and hazel eyes stalked purposefully into the room.
    • Her hair had hazel highlights.
    • Her eyes, hazel in colour, were very piercing.
    • I was slightly uncomfortable under her intense gaze and I tried to ignore the way her hazel eyes bore into me.
    • I had large eyes that most people described as cute; they were a murky hazel.
    • He has hazel coloured eyes that actually light up every time he smiles or laughs.
    • The young boy's eyes were a golden hazel, like his father's.
    • His eyes were a soft hazel, with heavy lids and dark circles beneath.
    • After a year in a hospital, her eyes were still a green hazel, but they were dull, no longer bright.
    • She had long luscious brown hair and hazel colored eyes.
    • He was the taller of them, with sharp blue eyes and hazel coloured hair.
    • She motioned towards a cute hazel eyed guy with dark hair.
    • Dr. Michaels peered through her thin-rimmed glasses and studied her with serious hazel eyes.
    • He was naturally tanned, had really dark brown hair and deep hazel eyes.
    • His eyes were a deep kind of hazel brown, which made him look really handsome.
    • The boy looked to be about my age with mousy hair and hazel eyes.
    • She always found it strange he has blue eyes and all the other men in his family have greenish hazel eyes.
    • She couldn't quite put her finger on the colour; not quite hazel, not quite green.
    • She was short with long wavy brown hair and hazel eyes.