Traducción de perennial en Español:

perennial

perenne, adj.

Pronunciación /pəˈrɛniəl//pəˈrɛnɪəl/

adjetivo

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    Botánica
    perenne
    vivaz
    • If you plant perennial herbs in the vegetable garden, set them off so they'll be easy to avoid during spring and fall tilling.
    • Eliminate weeds, especially perennial weeds, before planting to reduce weed problems later.
    • Weeds wither within a few minutes (though perennial weeds will require repeat applications).
    • Fertilizers formulated for perennial flowers are usually fine.
    • In general, avoid sowing seed of any annual grasses into a lawn of perennial grasses.
    • Paraquat may severely injure some perennial grasses, such as Kentucky bluegrass.
    • Dormancy also occurs in summer in some perennial grasses originating from Mediterranean climates.
    • Therefore, cattle could not be moved directly from wheat pasture to cool season perennial grass.
    • It may be tempting to choose perennial species for your garden by looks alone.
    • There are some hardy perennial plants that we, as gardeners, simply must have.
    • If the weeds are sparse, use that early spring energy to hand pull some of those perennial weeds.
    • The perennial herb is native to southern Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean.
    • Perennial ryegrass is excellent for use in creep grazing pastures for young animals.
    • However, most studies of plant defense genes have been performed on annual or short-lived perennial weeds or crop species.
    • They are also used quite effectively when planted in close groups among perennial shrubs.
    • As perennial plants grow, they can fill the entire pot with their roots.
    • Grasses other than perennial ryegrass give a poor return for money spent on fertiliser.
    • But in a perennial flower bed, you might want something more permanent and decorative.
    • The bulbs can remain in the same location year after year and thus act as perennial plants.
    • Perennial weeds growing from underground structures are capable of growing through organic mulches.
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    (recurring, everlasting)
    (shortage/problem) perenne
    (problem/shortage) perpetuo
    (shortage/problem) eterno
    (topic/rival) eterno
    (topic/rival) de siempre
    his perennial complaint su queja de siempre
    • Yet he remains anchored in the permanent things, in the perennial liberal tradition.
    • During the team's first three seasons, the goaltending situation was a perennial sore spot.
    • One perennial conceptual problem is moving students past notions that photographs are mere illustrations when paired with written text.
    • His life was lived trying to get in touch with the deepest truth of being and its enactment in society and an engagement with the perennial question of all Indian philosophies: Who am I?
    • For a very long time the people of this planet have been engaged in one of the perennial debates over the collective wisdom of crowds.
    • Over the years, various stage productions have added their own theatrical styles to the show, ensuring it remains a perennial favourite of theatre-goers around the world.
    • But the variability of sales throughout the year, in what remains a soft market, is a perennial problem which he acknowledges publishers play a role in exacerbating.
    • A perennial favourite among modern readers are the bestsellers on subjects such as cookery, home improvement, self-help and personality development.
    • Getting students to experience this same epiphany is a perennial challenge for the teachers of every subject.
    • We believed the pedagogy might offer tentative answers to some of the perennial questions of our profession: How can we motivate students to see the value of writing?
    • Glazed carrots are a perennial favorite and a quick way to dress up a meal.
    • The menu changes daily, but the halibut macadamia is a perennial favorite.
    • It's the best, even if your club is engaged in perennial struggle.
    • On Tuesday night, they grappled with a perennial favourite - whether to put the community's interest above their own.
    • Here's a perennial favourite that never fails to raise a chuckle or two.
    • It was the perennial tug-of-war between engagement and withdrawal.
    • A perennial chestnut of debate about the police role has been whether the police are best considered as a force, with the primary function of enforcing the criminal law, or as a service, calming a sea of social troubles.
    • They included volleyball and relays, but the perennial favourite was the interdepartmental Tug-of-War.
    • The recent series of robberies from college accommodation has brought the perennial charge that students invite the thefts they are prey to.
    • Internal communication difficulties were a perennial problem with large organisations, he claimed.

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    planta perenne femenino
    planta vivaz femenino