There are 3 main translations of mum in Spanish

: mum1mum2mum3

mum1

Pronunciation /məm//mʌm/

adjective


    There are 3 main translations of mum in Spanish

    : mum1mum2mum3

    mum2

    crisantemo, n.

    Pronunciation /məm//mʌm/

    noun

    US
    informal

    • 1

      (chrysanthemum)
      crisantemo masculine
      • However, if you live in a climate with winters marked by regular hard freezes, you can improve your mums ' winter survival by cutting off tops after new growth begins in spring.
      • Saint Mary's Church was decorated with pink and white mums.
      • Autumn's butterflies - fritillaries and migrating monarchs - match the burnt-orange mums just beginning to bloom.
      • Autumn-colored mums, pink carnations and fucshia orchids lining the streets.
      • The flower lady buffed the bouquet out with orchids, mums, other fragrant weird blooms I don't know the names of, and various greens.
      • A hollowed pumpkin is a fitting place to tuck a small pot of mums or an arrangement of fresh or dried flowers.
      • Pumpkins, bales of hay, mums in colors that mimic the trees, a few scarecrows and a wooden black cat complete the package.
      • Jaws gaped, dessert was quickly served, and the topic moved to something like the appropriate watering time for mums.
      • Then the first cold front rolls in, slays the mums, frosts the lawn, whistles down the chimney and signals the reign of the new season.
      • When my primroses have served their cheerful spring purpose, it will be easy to replace them with pots of other colorful summer favorites such as mums, asters, or a geranium.
      • The deep green fine-textured foliage of mums is remarkably aromatic, lending a distinctive ambience to the containers in which they are planted.
      • Put tall plants behind short ones and plan to have continuous color from the first flowering bulbs of early spring to hardy mums, which will withstand a light frost.
      • Whether you want to compete or simply collect mums, the National Chrysanthemum Society has 43 chapters across the country.
      • Garden mums give us a burst of color in the fall when used to replace the annuals we have enjoyed since spring.

    There are 3 main translations of mum in Spanish

    : mum1mum2mum3

    mum3

    mamá, n.

    Pronunciation /məm//mʌm/

    noun

    British
    informal

    • 1

      (mother)
      mamá feminine informal
      (as form of address) mamá
      • As much as the vast majority of people adore their mums, mums are still one of the most frustrating and annoying creatures to walk this planet.
      • Recalling his hospital visits in his mother's last days, Hugh writes about how he made his beloved mum laugh by wearing her bedpan as a hat and blowing up surgical gloves to resemble udders.
      • She wasn't my real mother - my real mum died when she had me - but I called her my mama.
      • Was I jumping to conclusions thinking of my mum as a careless mother?
      • Despite their loss, her mum Patti and family have now thrown themselves into raising cash for research into the rare disease.
      • The Robinson girls not only learned how to grow vegetables but also, thanks to the expert tutelage of mum Joan, how to cook them.
      • My mum lives in Scotland and she thinks I'm a star.
      • ‘I like to do the mum thing and help out at school and you cannot do that when you are working full time,’ she says.
      • If your mum clicked with their mum then you would have a new friend whether you liked it or not!
      • When my mum spoke it was more scary than receiving a beating.
      • His mum Shirley was a devout Christian woman, a Methodist, just a touch humourless but endlessly patient, kind and smiling.
      • But with my youngest daughter, we took the initiative and named her after Mum's mother's mum, Asantewaa.
      • I am a working mum living in a rural village 17 km from Lismore.
      • Like his mum - and her mother before her - Tom suffers from aura migraines.
      • Here we speak to a first-time mum, a mother of four and that other essential to baby-making, a father, about their experiences of life after childbirth.
      • They are the ultimate ‘new men’, happy to gossip at the school gates with the mums while their own child's mother is out at work pursuing her career and bringing in the family income.
      • These results are great news for all mums, but working mums will feel particularly reassured.
      • His mum was a single mother who had a succession of boyfriends, none of whom were able to act as a father figure to him or his sister Denise.
      • Her comparison of older mothers to teenage mums and her call for government intervention is likely to prove highly controversial.
      • A defiant single mum plans to create a haven for her children and their friends to rebuild community spirit after standing up to nuisance neighbours.