Translation of pomegranate in Spanish:

pomegranate

granada, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑm(ə)ˌɡrænət//ˈpɒmɪɡranɪt/

noun

  • 1

    (fruit)
    granada feminine
    • As they no longer were allowed to eat meat, the meal they shared with Auset was vegetarian: bread, beer, bean soup, dates, figs, pomegranates, and fruits Miri had never seen before.
    • The pomegranate's crunchy seeds, each encased in sweet-tart, watery pulp, make this fruit unusual and fun to eat.
    • A quince is one of those fruits, like a pomegranate, that reminds me of a Christmas bauble.
    • Hold the hooks by the loop ends, and screw firmly into the tops of the fruit until the ends are completely buried inside the pomegranate or apple.
    • Fill a tall, clear vase with lemons, apples or pomegranates, or lay the fruit on a collar of greenery tucked around a large hurricane lamp with candle.
    • It was elegantly garnished with Japanese pomegranates (no seeds) and thin slices of rombutan - a fruit similar to a lychee.
    • There's often a pomegranate on the table because of a tradition that pomegranates have 613 seeds, one for each of the commandments that a Jew is obliged to keep.
    • How triumphantly his workmanship conveyed his vision may be seen, in particular, in his late painting of grapes, pomegranates and other fruit (Raisins et Grenadines, from the Louvre).
    • Gourds with many tendrils and pomegranates with many seeds were seen as signifying numerous progeny.
    • She uses stitching, wool and gold leaf but in this demonstration used the seeds from a pomegranate with bits of coloured paper.
    • Place the two egg yolks in a pan along with the wine and sugar and the seeds of the pomegranate and whisk over a low heat (preferably in a bain-marie) until you reach the ribbon stage.
    • Although no outright medicinal claims can be made for pomegranates or any fruit, Pomegreat is approved by the Family Heart Association as part of a healthy diet.
    • Traditional settings for red Garnets arrange the stones in tight curved rows, much like the seeds appear inside a pomegranate.
    • But they sell the best dried fruit, nuts, pomegranates and mint in London, and those little tooth-melting cakes that people who know no better think are Greek.
    • Kruse-Elliott's collaborator, Jess Reed has been working with other foods such as pomegranates and grape seed extract, as well as whole cranberries.
    • Eating green, leafy vegetables and fruits such as raisins, pears, apples, and pomegranates, for instance, will help cool, nourish and restore balance to sensitive skin.
    • In addition to being eaten fresh, the sweet, dark-red pomegranate makes excellent jelly and syrup and is a primary ingredient in the flavoring grenadine.
    • Its companion piece, Still Life with pomegranates, apples, azaroles and grapes in a landscape, is obviously related in composition and is derived from a style popular in seventeenth century Italy that Melendez saw on his travels.
    • Later, I learned how some believed a pomegranate and not an apple to be the fateful fruit Eve plucked from the tree.
    • Electronics stores and mechanics' workshops were doing business, and fruit stalls were laden with apples, pomegranate, grapes and bananas imported from neighbouring Pakistan.
  • 2also pomegranate tree

    granado masculine