Translation of pod in Spanish:

pod

vaina, n.

Pronunciation: /pɑd//pɒd/

noun

  • 1

    Botany
    (of peas, beans)
    vaina feminine
  • 2

    Aviation Aerospace
    tanque masculine

transitive verb

  • 1

    pelar
    • When the pods split open, hordes of seeds, each with their own fluffy parasail, are carried away on the breeze to a new home.
    • Shoots were separated into leaves, stem, and flowers and pods.
    • In the fall, plants produce and discard gorgeous seeds, seed pods, husks, and pinecones.
    • Studies of other aphid species have reported that pods are higher quality plant food than leaves.
    • Break open the cardamom pods, crush the seeds slightly, and add them to the onion mixture with the curry leaves.
    • Your aim is to allow the rosellas to simmer away gently, so that the flesh separates from the green seedpods without splitting the pods open and releasing the tiny white seeds inside.
    • Late in the season, just as the seedpods begin to split, open a pod and gather the seeds.
    • Every spring it would blossom and by fall we'd find round, spiky, green pods covering the sidewalk.
    • Place the carrots, cardamom pods and ginger in a saucepan and just cover with chicken stock.
    • The tender young leaves, flowers, and seed pods of this herb are often used in salads.
    • The little bird pulled up a pod and peeled back the papery covering.
    • At both harvests the numbers of pegs and pods per plant were counted.
    • Overall, plants with many pods fostered high densities of big-eyed bugs, which adversely affected the densities of aphids and most other herbivorous insects.
    • Pick shelling peas when the pods are fully plump and a fresh green colour.
    • After 48 days of growth, the number of flowers, buds, and seed pods on each plant was counted as a measure of the total flower number.
    • Split the round pods, soak seed overnight and plant in a small pot of moistened rooting mixture.
    • Then the seeds from the pod are planted into a medium solution in small containers.
    • So I opened each pod one by one, plucking the beans inside.
    • Mature pods split in two parts and released winged seeds.
    • Needs cool soil to produce flower stalks and pods, so plant early or wait until autumn.
    • They all produce attractive, carefree plants with pods full of seeds that are easily dried and stored.
    • These pods, when still young, are cut into short lengths and used in Indian curry dishes.
    • It's the customers' burden to strip the plants of pods and shell them of their beans.
    • Put tamarind pods in a small saucepan and barely cover with boiling water.
    • The Carrier and Marine variants can have an external gun pod fitted.
    • Right away, he could tell that the vessel had a larger engine pod.
    • The best he could hope for was to land in a lake or that the pod wouldn't break up as badly as most.
    • ‘I'm getting a heat source at the center of the hatchery,’ said the marine with missile pods.
    • They tried to shoot in reply, to abandon the damaged vessels in escape pods, but could hardly run away from the crushing defeat.
    • The helicopter can be armed with two 80 mm rocket pods or two 7.62 mm or 12.7mm guns.
    • We know he was on the station when the explosions started and reports of his escape pod launching were confirmed.
    • There was one escape pod left, but Justin had no intention of leaving his most prized possession onboard this deathtrap.
    • The large armored plates covering all her missile pods incase she took a hit there so the missiles wouldn't explode.
    • According to the mission requirements, the helicopter can be armed with rockets, bombs and machine gun pods mounted on the weapon pylons on both sides of the fuselage.
    • It was a pod that was streamlined for speed and 4 thrusters to propel it.
    • Its 1,700-pound useful load allows for storage inside the spacious cabin or underneath the fuselage in a cargo pod.
    • Outside the hotel one of the ships saw the escape pod launch.
    • At 5: 00 p.m. two life rafts are inflated on the bow, and the aircraft drops a rescue pod.
    • Then with little to no warning other then the escape pods the big ship combusted, thousands of little explosions led up to a massive bang as pieces of the ship sprayed outwards like a star exploding.
    • The helicopter can be fitted with gun pods, rocket launchers and air-to-air missiles attached to two removable weapons sponsons.
    • They felt the pod rock back and forth for a moment and then heard the sound of the hangar doors slide shut.
    • The escape pod rocked from the turbulence created by the shock waves.
    • The unique fuselage pod had additional, if cramped, space for paratroopers, stretchers or freight.
    • Tankers are fitted with tactical floodlights on the engine pylons, wing pods and the boom area to assist night-time refuelling operations.

Translation of POD in Spanish:

POD

cóbrese al entregar, other

Pronunciation: /ˌpioʊˈdi//ˌpiːəʊˈdiː/

  • 1

    cóbrese al entregar

    pay on delivery

  • 2

    impresión a pedido feminine
    impresión por demanda feminine

    print on demand