Translation of clementine in Spanish:

clementine

clementina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈklɛm(ə)ntʌɪn//ˈklɛm(ə)ntiːn//ˈklɛmənˌtaɪn//ˈklɛmənˌtɪn/

noun

British

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    clementina feminine
    • Add extra glitz by brushing the clementines with a little warm honey before serving.
    • The idea was that no one can really tell the difference between a clementine, a satsuma and a mandarin.
    • It didn't last - he couldn't afford the laundry bill - but his house smelt quietly of clementines for months.
    • Carefully spoon in dollops over the clementines, then smooth over with a palette knife to completely cover.
    • They also grow clementines and high quality olives for oil.
    • I start every day with mango, grapes, cherries, melon and clementines, served on a Georgian silver tray.
    • Tangerines are actually a type of mandarin orange as are clementines, but here in the US, the names are used interchangeably.
    • This time she brought sour cherries in kirsch syrup, and blood oranges in clementine syrup.
    • Demonstrators at an Almeria port last week broke open trucks and destroyed thousands of boxes of clementines from Morocco.
    • To serve, add rustic Tuscan touches with a gorgeous bunch of grapes, dried figs, walnuts, clementine oranges, and honey.
    • There are potatoes (satisfyingly dirty), onions, broccoli, tomatoes, a lettuce, parsnips, bananas (very small), apples and clementines.
    • What distinguishes the Corsican clementine from other varieties of clementines?
    • If you can't find fresh mandarins, you can substitute canned (drain the syrup first) or clementines, another sweet, juicy member of the mandarin family.
    • I feel the same about clementines, a variety of mandarin orange.
    • All you get are inferior Spanish clementines and Florida tangerines, hard as bricks but not so tasty.
    • Glistening candied clementines stunned us with their gorgeous color.
    • Dip the clementines and grapes into the syrup to coat.
    • Like tangerines and satsumas, clementines are often a feature of Christmas stockings.
    • The tangerines and clementines are still going down well.
    • The skins and zest were peeled and the clementines were sectioned.