Translation of bramble in Spanish:

bramble

zarza, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbræmbəl//ˈbramb(ə)l/

noun

  • 1

    (thorny plant)
    zarza feminine
    • Rare plant life which has perished includes cloudberry, a sub-arctic bramble, which thrives on moorland peat bogs.
    • I sprinted through brambles and thorned blackberry bushes and pushed my way past overgrown, waist-high swordfern.
    • And there she went, leaving only a bit of her skirts behind on the rose brambles.
    • My mother was stretching up to reach the blackberries within the bramble.
    • He dips his chin, and just as an expectant gasp ripples through the crowd, Eddie launches himself over the wall into a bramble of wild roses.
    • Once, out picking blackberries, he over-reached and fell headlong into the prickly bramble.
    • The brambles - raspberries and blackberries - are perennial plants with a biennial growth and fruiting habit.
    • Seen along the way today was a heron, more brambles, some wild blackberries, hawthorn showing fruit ranging from cherry red through to deep blood red, rose hips and some lovely yellow toadflax.
    • Shrouded in bracken and blackberry brambles is a bush dangling dozens of berries like Christmas tree ornaments.
    • Eight basic factors must be considered in selecting a site for a bramble planting.
    • Later that day, I went for a walk and came upon a bed of brambles with unfamiliar leaves and bearing soft pink fruit.
    • Gone were the blossoms of blackthorns, brambles, sweet roses, violets, and pungent garlics.
    • It was far too early for picking fruit from brambles and apple trees, but he did pause to dig up some wild leeks along the narrow path he followed.
    • Back at the bog's edge, pushing aside blackberry brambles and birch branches, Taylor stops frequently to explain the side of the bog few have seen.
    • I heard their mad dash through the bramble, the blackberry thorns tearing at their sneakers and shorts.
    • Winged forms of the aphid can transmit the virus to healthy raspberries from nearby infected brambles.
    • Nettles won the toss, because, at least, brambles have fruit.
    • These brambles bear fruit on branches growing from canes.
    • Plant blackcaps as far away as possible from red raspberries or other cultivated brambles, and remove existing wild berries if practical, or your new plants may soon pick up diseases.
    • And at the other end is a garden all in brambles and briar rose.
  • 2British

    (blackberry)
    (zarza)mora feminine
    before noun bramble bush zarzamora feminine
    • An initial fruit hit of ripe bramble jam and dark chocolate give way to a well-balanced spicy mouthful of winter berry fruit and ginger.
    • Good quality planting stock is the key to success in the bramble fruit enterprise.
    • It is also good on its own or with a compôte of fresh fruit (catch the end of the bramble or plum season by heating these fruits gently with a splash of cassis and sugar) or some marinated orange slices.
    • The Cabernet Sauvignon punches above its weight with brambles, dark chocolate, vanilla and peppery spices.
    • Serve with bold winter food and watch its charming, dusky, bramble and blackcurrant fruit take centre stage.
    • It warms from the inside with brambles, cherry and plums.
    • Some fruit, such as strawberries, brambles and cherries, have low pectin levels and so extra must be added to ensure a good set.
    • Although bramble fruits comprise a small portion of the Ohio fruit basket, many producers are doing an excellent job of raising and managing their brambles.
    • One objective is to produce high-quality bramble fruit.
    • For strawberries, brambles, blueberries, and grapes, 200 gallons per acre is the standard dilute volume.
    • A heady brew of spiced bramble with herb and chocolate scents serves up a sweet and sour cherry and bramble fruit with drying cocoa-flavoured tannins.
    • It has flavours of cranberry, cherry, raspberry, brambles, plum tomatoes and black pepper.
    • The highest rated are also the most colourful - dried fruits, brambles, strawberries, spinach, beetroot and sweet potatoes.
    • There was a short-lived fashion for Worcesterberries about ten years ago when they were unconvincingly touted as a rival for brambles or tayberries.
    • Add the lemon juice and pour through a sieve into six tall, elegant glasses with five or six tayberries, raspberries, brambles or strawberries in each.
    • The wine is very juicy with ripe berry fruit, brambles, a sprinkling of spice and round tannins.
    • The aromas consist of bramble fruit, such as blackberries and raspberries.
    • In Scotland, the fruit of the thorny shrub is called a bramble, while in England it is a blackberry.
    • We picked potatoes, carrots, peas and swedes for the farmers, wild brambles and mushrooms for the pantry and rose hips for vitamin C syrup.
    • It's a well-balanced wine with oodles of ripe raspberry, bramble fruit, spices and vibrant tannins.