Translation of annual in Spanish:

annual

anual, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈanjʊəl//ˈænj(u)əl/

adjective

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    anual

noun

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    (plant)
    planta anual feminine
    • You must also leave room in front or behind the bulbs for annuals that you will plant when the daffodils are no longer blooming.
    • Growing annuals from seed offers the chance to grow something different every year and the gardeners at Greenbank seize the opportunity wholeheartedly.
    • We tested for differences in male cyathia production between annuals and perennials.
    • Except for the sweet potato, which may return in spring, all of these plants are annuals.
    • Fall is a good time to plant cool-season annuals and vegetables, herbs, perennials and trees, too.
    • Soon Pooter had bought a book, planted annuals and ‘discovered a beautiful spot for growing mustard and cress and radishes’.
    • If you're brave enough to plant perennials and annuals now, give them extra attention until roots take a strong hold.
    • Both are annuals, but once they are established in your garden they are eager reseeders.
    • You can camouflage the bulb foliage by carefully planting summer annuals around the bulbs once all danger of frost is past.
    • Avoid fertilizing the annuals planted in the same bed until the bulbs have died back.
    • These annuals are beautiful foliage plants becoming fashionable again.
    • The Italian garden wore a grand look with several varieties of colourful annuals.
    • Genome size differences among annuals are likewise not related to summer or winter annuality.
    • Before I planted these choice annuals, I dug big holes and amended the soil with plenty of manure.
    • Once the primulas and violas go over, a few annuals will be stuffed in wherever they can fit to give colour over the summer.
    • These annuals love heat and aren't particularly demanding, but they are prone to powdery mildew, especially late in the season.
    • At ground level it's best to provide spot colour in small gardens, either by the use of annuals or perhaps using bulbs at the front of beds and borders.
    • Her favourite perennials are lilies which put on a show of colour before the annuals get into full swing.
    • l Collect the seed from perennials and annuals by tying a paper bag over the flower head, then cut the stem off the plant.
    • Once they get established, many of Jensen's annuals self-sow, carrying on the bloom show with little help from her.
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    • 2.1(yearly publication)

      anuario masculine
      • He says: ‘My mum still has the evidence of published photo-shoots and the annuals I did.’
      • Popular children's books included annuals, yearly bound books of stories, such as the Rupert Annuals or Chums Annuals.
      • Timeform publishes such annuals as Racehorses and Chasers and Hurdlers, along with its weekly Black Book.
      • At the time, Bill was writing a yearly annual called the Player Ratings Book.
      • The Beano alone each week moves about 135,000 copies, and every Christmas both annuals are bestsellers.
      • By the early 19th century it had become a popular pastime for young ladies and was enthusiastically recommended by annuals and other periodicals.
      • I think we are the oldest continuously published sporting annual in the world (the first Wisden appeared in 1864).
      • Once upon a time the Christmas was a time for annuals like the Dandy, the Beano, and Beezer and Topper.
      • The Doll's House is furnished like a bright children's nursery, with colourful walls and shelves brimming with old annuals, teddies and spinning tops.
      • One lot is a collection of children's annuals, including first editions of Enid Blyton books and an 1870 copy of John Bunyan's Choice Works.
      • The GirlFrenzy Millenial is a special compilation of articles and art-work from the zine, published in the style of the girls annuals we all know so well!
      • From there, he became an expert at drawing John Wayne, but extended his range to all kinds of Wild West stars, with Wagon Train annuals and other Western books covers.
      • His comic annual was selling half a million copies a year and he was the subject of a whole range of merchandising material.
      • Whitaker's Almanac is the oldest continually published annual in Britain.
      • The Children's Book Shelf stocks nothing but children's books, old annuals and comics.
      • He now has a huge collection of Dr Who memorabilia, including annuals and autographs, and is building a second Dalek to add to another he bought for £800.

    • 2.2(comic book)

      álbum infantil que se publica anualmente