Translation of hayfield in Spanish:

hayfield

henar, n.

Pronunciation /ˈheɪfiːld//ˈheɪˌfild/

noun

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    henar masculine
    campo de heno masculine
    • She combined wildflowers that grow on arable land with wildflowers that grow in hayfields.
    • She had a fine work ethic whether it be in the home, on the bog, in the hayfields or harvesting the crops.
    • I haven't seen much besides hayfields, pasture and several horses for some miles.
    • Much of the land was intensely cultivated, a dry quiltwork of barley fields and hayfields and pastures shorn down to the dirt by goats and sheep.
    • Land use in the Eastern Great Lakes and Hudson Lowlands ecoregion is primarily agricultural, consisting of dairy farms, row crops, and hayfields.
    • She works to protect hayfields, hedgerows, streams, dew ponds, and their wildlife.
    • He selected an area that was well isolated from his neighbors, bordered by woods on three sides and on the fourth side by his own hayfield.
    • Generally, country air always seemed fresher, more alive, with the aromas of hayfields and wild flowers or the ranker odor of newly fertilized fields.
    • The castle stood on the point of a hill and sloping down on all sides were verdant hayfields, olive groves, vegetable gardens, fruit orchards, and vineyards.
    • Someday our little five-acre homestead, currently surrounded by forests and hayfields, will be another victim of sprawl.
    • They had hayfields for the cows, in addition to forestland.
    • They document the abandoned mining towns that have disappeared, and the new suburban developments engulfing old hayfields.
    • Right across Berkshire, the combine harvesters are out forging their paths up and down, along and across the hayfields.
    • The early sun spread over the slopes ahead of them, coloring the mists and shadowing the hayfields.
    • He had ninety-six acres to leave to his three sons, including hayfields in thirty-seven locations, from salt marsh to upland fields.
    • Former hayfields are now either used as pastures, which limits flowering, or are abandoned, leading to habitat closure.
    • The track was gaining definition once again, and the fields around could be construed to be hayfields, instead of wild prairie.
    • The bird relies on nearby hayfields to find seeds to feed its young and over the past two or three decades many have disappeared.
    • There are wheatfields and hayfields here, corn and sunflowers, and where the land rises, range-land.
    • It was high enough to be a hayfield except where some farm animal had grazed.