Translation of jardiniere in Spanish:


jardinera, n.


Pronunciation /ˌ(d)ʒɑːdɪˈnjɛː//ˌʒɑrdnˈjɛr//ˌdʒɑrdnˈɪr/


  • 1

    (for displaying plants)
    jardinera feminine
    • The cheapest lot going under the hammer is an earthenware jardinière made in Staffordshire, which is expected to fetch up to £60.
    • It struck a bookcase, shattering the glass in the door, ricochetted off and demolished a large jardinière which spilled its potted palm onto the floor before its pieces themselves landed there on top of it.
    • There are several ways to use jardinières and cachepots for modern container gardens.
    • The second terrace is marked by terracotta jardinières filled with small spruce trees.
    • A large Victorian brown and white meat platter made €100 at a recent Cork sale and an old Wedgwood jardinière made €120.
  • 2

    guarnición feminine
    jardinera feminine
    • On the menu at the Vale of Lune's pre-match lunch was a choice of braised oxtail with a jardinière of vegetables or glazed ham with pineapples, good solid fare with a fancy name for the mixed vegetables.
    • No more romantic table exists in New England than one overlooking the water at Clarke Cooke House's Porch restaurant, where you can begin with a duo of lobster and jumbo sea scallops with a jardinière of vegetables au beurre de crustaces.