There are 3 main translations of corn in Spanish

: corn1corn2Corn3

corn1

grano, n.

Pronunciation /kɔrn//kɔːn/

noun

  • 1

    (cereal crop)
    (in general) grano masculine
    (maize) maíz masculine US
    (wheat) trigo masculine British
    (oats) (in Scotland and Ireland) avena feminine
    • The surrounding farmers raise sugar beets, corn, and sunflowers for oil.
    • Push the corn kernels to the side of the pan; add the sugar and allow the sugar to caramelize.
    • Traditional rural staples are sweet potatoes, manioc, yams, corn, rice, pigeon peas, cowpeas, bread, and coffee.
    • I waded through enough surf-and-turfs and enough creamed corn to last a lifetime.
    • As she walked into the kitchen The Captain was just in the process of heaping handfuls of the kernels into the corn popper that was already heated up.
    • In a pot, bring cream, milk and corn to a boil.
    • The Pomak economy is based on agriculture and their major crops include rye, barley, corn, flax, potatoes and tobacco.
    • Using a grater set over a bowl, grate the corn kernels off the cobs.
    • The major agricultural products are wheat, rice, barley, corn, sorghum, sugarcane, potatoes, and fruits.
    • Add the corn kernels and simmer until tender, about five minutes.
    • Steer away from safflower, sunflower, corn and sesame oils, as well as polyunsaturated vegetable oils.
    • Spittlebugs especially like strawberries, corn and legumes.
    • Had my child not been in my arms, I probably would have dragged you out of your cart and shoved my ear of hot buttered corn down your red neck.
    • They grow lettuce, corn, parsley, sugar cane, rice and radishes.
    • They also eat grains such as Chinese sorghum, corn, millet, oats, and buckwheat.
    • There were separate spoons for soup, corn, and ice cream.
    • Crops produced by these projects include mahango, maize, groundnuts, corn, cotton and various vegetables.
    • Zein is a corn protein making up about half of the protein found in the corn kernel.
    • As a youngster and teenager, I grew up on a big farm in the country where my father grew large crops of sugar beets, potatoes, corn, and alfalfa every year.
    • Two ears of Long Island corn, slathered in butter and salt.
    • This year Neville won 18 first and second place prizes for his grasses, which include maize, clover, corn, wheat and many more grown on his farm at Caniaba.
    • Peas, beans or carrots also formed part of the diet, plus corn, i.e. oats or maize.
    • His challenge was to eat creamed corn and cod liver oil.
    • Popcorn has never tasted so good to Lavonne Sanders, an entrepreneur who has turned popping golden kernels of corn into a lucrative business venture.
    • Amta payments are available for barley, corn, upland cotton, oats, rice, sorghum, and wheat.
    • Cover the kernels with the corn stock by one inch, reserving the remaining stock for the garnish.
    • Polyunsaturated oils, such as flax, corn, hemp, safflower, sesame and sunflower, have at least two gaps.
    • I look over at Mory, who is pushing around a corn kernel with her fork.
    • To a European, corn covers all the cereal crops - wheat, barley, oat, and so on.
    • He has three agricultural centres growing rice, corn, maize and peanuts.
    • Indigenous Mexicans believe that God created humanity from an ear of corn and call themselves ‘people of maize’.
    • Add the corn kernels, garlic, and shallot and sauté until tender, about 30 seconds.
    • Christopher says his biggest failure was cream corn.
    • Lin served Lannie; dinner consisted of roast beef, cream corn, beans, mashed potatoes and a tall glass of tropical Kool-aid.
    • The moisture inside the corn kernels was expanding, violently bursting out of the hard shells.
    • By sticking an ear of dried corn on top, he lured squirrels to charge up the board and then spin around for a dizzying ride.
  • 2

    (foodstuff)
    maíz masculine
    choclo masculine South America
    (syrup/oil) (before noun) de maíz
  • 3informal

    (hackneyed sentiments)
    sensiblería feminine
    cursilería feminine
    • The appetite audiences have for sentimental corn should never be underestimated.
    • God, will I forever be forced to deal with this massive amount of cheese and corn from now on…?
    • Alexander's Ragtime Band is pure corn but rather tasty all the same.

There are 3 main translations of corn in Spanish

: corn1corn2Corn3

corn2

callo, n.

Pronunciation /kɔrn//kɔːn/

noun

  • 1

    (on toe)
    callo masculine
    to tread on sb's corns poner el dedo en la llaga
    • before noun corn plaster emplasto para callos
    • See your regular doctor or a foot-care specialist for calluses, corns, bunions or warts.
    • She wore cheap tennis shoes with holes cut out for corns or bunions, something painful.
    • That Bo Jackson, he can do anything, I once went to a brunch with him and my feet were covered with corns and after a handshake with him they were gone.
    • Deepika is my foot guru who, in half an hour, will transform my unattractive foot complete with corns, calluses and untidy-looking toes into a thing of beauty.
    • Maybe they would have given me blisters or bunions or corns.
    • A variety of products are available over-the-counter for the treatment of common foot problems, such as athlete's foot, onychomycosis, foot pain, corns, warts and bunions.
    • Common problems are bunions, hammer toes, corns and pain in the balls of the feet.
    • See your doctor if you have foot pain or corns, or if you can't trim your toenails well.
    • The accessories that come with it: corns, hammertoes, bunions, ingrown toe nails, calluses, and the list goes on.
    • From my 25th year, I have been suffering from corns on the feet.
    • Metatarsal pads can also be used to change the alignment of the toes to relieve pressure on soft corns.
    • Bunions, blisters and corns sound gruesome - and they are.
    • In addition, soaking your feet in warm water or with Epsom salts can alleviate painful corns and calluses.
    • But Mrs Ruthven warns the fad could lead to corns, bunions, calluses, claw toes, hammer toes - even arthritis and lower back problems.
    • How many corns, bunions, ingrowing toenails, pads of rock-hard skin and blisters are hidden away under tights and woolly socks?
    • Most boot related injuries are the same injuries that wearing any tight, stiff shoe can cause, meaning corns, calluses, blisters, and bone spurs.
    • On the toes, reactions to a pressure point are called corns.
    • His feet did not sweat normally and he had huge corns over his weight-bearing areas of the big toe, the heel, and the heads of the deep bones of the toes.
    • Wearing improperly fitting shoes on a daily basis causes foot problems such as calluses, corns, hammertoes, bunions, and more.
    • By choosing appropriate footwear and keeping feet free of blisters, calluses and corns, we increase the body's general well being.

There are 3 main translations of corn in Spanish

: corn1corn2Corn3

Corn3

  • 1

    Cornwall