Translation of tomato in Spanish:

tomato

tomate, n.

Pronunciation /təˈmɑːtəʊ//təˈmeɪdoʊ/

noun

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    Cooking Farming
    tomate masculine
    jitomate masculine Mexico
    plum tomato tomate (de) pera masculine
    • before noun tomato juice jugo de tomate
    • tomato paste / puree pomarola
    • tomato sauce salsa de jitomate
    • tomato soup sopa de tomate
    • Lycopene is one of the pigments that colour tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables red, orange or yellow.
    • Consider how conventional plant breeders would develop a disease-resistant tomato.
    • Grandad grew everything, but the plants that set me on the right track were sweet peas and tomatoes.
    • Let me just say that there is no place in here for tomatoes, cucumbers or fancy frisée lettuce.
    • Place the salad in a bowl and top with the tomatoes, feta and warm aubergine.
    • Carefully tip in the tomatoes, onion rings and garlic, then mix into the oil.
    • We added figs, asparagus, tomatoes, plums, walnuts, cheeses and a goodly amount more wine.
    • If you would like to grow your tomatoes from seed, firstly you need to source the variety you want to grow.
    • I make salad with avocados, tomato, lettuce and spring onions, with an olive oil and red wine dressing.
    • Divide the polenta between four plates, top with the grilled tomatoes and shake over a few drizzles of olive oil.
    • In the last few years he still had onions and tomatoes growing in the flowerbeds he tended with care.
    • Mr. Ferro has grown tomatoes for the whole town for more than 30 years, and he never had anyone to help him.
    • I personally think if you can only grow two plants it should be a pot of tomatoes and a pot of basil.
    • Throw in lots of vegetables and canned tomatoes, beans and lentils, rice and pasta.
    • They also dug over an area of ground which will be used to grow herbs and tomatoes for the school kitchen.
    • So now I'm having a bet each way, with a warm salad of aubergine, tomato and mozzarella.
    • Blossom-end rot occurs in tomatoes grown in fields or glasshouses as a horticultural crop.
    • On tomatoes, pinch out all side shoots at leaf axils when they are about an inch long.
    • Paul came round for dinner and I did pasta, and picked us fresh yellow tomatoes from the greenhouse.
    • Stir in the tomato: test the vegetables again for seasoning and allow the mixture to cool.
    • Put the onions, peppers and tomatoes on a piece of foil on a baking sheet and place in the oven.
    • I hope he manages to derive some pleasure from growing tomatoes and radishes.
    • Mix the tomatoes with the parsley and olives, capers, olive oil, lemon juice and pepper.
    • Sucrose synthase genes have also been isolated from sucrose- or hexose-storing plants such as tomato and sugar beet.
    • Plant your tomatoes in July so they are flowering when the temperature is rising.
    • These include new varieties of cotton, potato, tobacco, tomato and clove.
    • Stewing tomatoes in olive oil makes lycopene more available to the body.
    • Season the tomatoes with black pepper and put them under the grill.
    • Until you've grown your own tomatoes, you cannot imagine what dangers exist out there.
    • In the garden at the back my aunt grew tomatoes, greens and lettuces.
    • Strew the mozzarella and tomatoes over the pizzas, then add the pancetta, ruffling it up a bit.
    • Cow's milk, wheat, tomatoes sugar and fruit are some of the most common triggers.
    • They discussed some tips for planting summer crops like tomatoes and capsicums.
    • Tear up the coriander leaves and toss them with the tomatoes, onions, a grinding of black pepper and the olive oil.
    • Toss the pasta with the tomato and serve, topped with pieces of the crisped pancetta.
    • His cuisine includes dishes with cheese and tomatoes and cheese salad is one of his favourite.
  • 2also tomato plant

    tomatera feminine
    tomate masculine
    jitomate masculine Mexico