Translation of pebble in Spanish:

pebble

guijarro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɛb(ə)l//ˈpɛbəl/

noun

  • 1

    (smooth stone)
    guijarro masculine
    piedrecita feminine
    piedrita feminine Latin America
    before noun pebble beach playa de guijarros feminine
    • All the kid has to do is to collect some smooth pebbles, each around the size of his or her palm.
    • It's a lovely place and we walked across stepping stones and skimmed pebbles in the river.
    • And they even marked out the anniversary with a five-metre high message in stones and pebbles.
    • Stones and pebbles are dropped into the exposed corner of the hole, and thunder as they land.
    • What kid doesn't bring home interesting pebbles, or sand from the beach?
    • We had sediments, river mud, pebbles rounded by water action, even the remains of aquatic plants on the site.
    • A simple bowl with river pebbles, water and floating candles are a nice decoration.
    • Rounded pebbles suggest that one or many rivers had run their course through the now-submerged region.
    • Weeds often cause problems so use an ornamental ground cover or spread pebbles or stone chips.
    • Evelyn put the rest of her right foot into the lake to rest her feet on top of the smooth pebbles at the bottom.
    • I sat down and threw pebbles at the water's edge and all of a sudden heard a stifled laugh.
    • There was a tiny old Asian lady sitting on the beach putting pebbles in a metal bowl.
    • Doris spent the day throwing pebbles into dark water that absorbed every dream she ever had.
    • Birds were singing, in tune to the slow movement of water over the pebbles.
    • This is done with small stones or pebbles, or other convenient small objects.
    • There are rocks and pebbles, heaps of different tiny metallic things that resonate.
    • They consist of particulate rocks that vary in size from sand to pebbles and cobbles.
    • He gently shook the jar, and the sand fell through and settled where there was a space between the rocks and the pebbles.
    • Paving stones and pebbles are set into the ground so you are not in danger of slipping on wet grass.
    • Scattered on the rocks around it is a rough circle of river smooth pebbles with holes in them.
  • 2

    (rock crystal)
    cristal de roca masculine
    (glasses) (before noun) de cristales gruesos
    (glasses) (before noun) de culo de botella informal
    (glasses) (before noun) de poto de botella Chile informal