Translation of vegetable in Spanish:

vegetable

verdura, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvədʒədəb(ə)l//ˈvɛdʒtəb(ə)l//ˈvɛdʒtəb(ə)l//ˈvɛdʒɪtəb(ə)l/

noun

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    • 1.1Cooking

      verdura feminine
      (dish/soup) (before noun) de verduras
      fresh/frozen/canned vegetables verdura fresca/congelada/enlatada
      • we grow our own vegetables cultivamos nuestras verduras / hortalizas
      • vegetable garden/patch huerto

    • 1.2(plant)

      vegetal masculine
      (fats/oil) (before noun) vegetal
      (colors/dyes) (de origen) vegetal
      vegetable matter sustancia vegetal feminine
      • the vegetable kingdom el reino vegetal
      • My parents still make a living selling vegetables at farmers markets.
      • The children received cooking classes from local chefs who introduced them to cooking healthy foods such as vegetable soup and home made pizzas.
      • I lived on vegetable stew, which became by Monday spicy vegetable stew and by Wednesday vegetable curry.
      • The obvious choices are healthy vegetables like carrots, celery, and cherry tomatoes.
      • Janet stood in her kitchen chopping vegetables for salad.
      • There is no limit to what you can grow, from sweet peas to all types of vegetables and soft fruit.
      • Most of the vegetables and fruit are grown organically on the estate and they also produce their own honey.
      • He sells his fruit and vegetables locally for prices little higher than those for non-organic produce.
      • Just about any book or article on nutrition recommends that we eat leafy green vegetables.
      • Both dishes came with a mountain of fresh vegetables - spinach, carrots and green beans.
      • She eats a lot of fruits and vegetables, but also red meat, poultry and fish from time to time.
      • Scottish diets are high in fat and there is a marked deficiency of fruit and vegetables.
      • Fruit and vegetables also contain non-essential nutrients called phytochemicals, which have some potent properties.
      • The potato is the vegetable of choice in the United States.
      • If you don't like spinach, try other green vegetables such as beans or bok choy.
      • Stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables to replenish the nutrients your body craves.
      • A glass of fresh vegetable juice is a healthy snack that will provide your body with important nutrients.
      • Vegetables like broccoli will soak up flavour best.
      • The buffet-style meals include homemade tortillas, scrambled eggs, and vegetable soup with rice.
      • Why not consider taking on an allotment and growing your own fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs.
      • Garlic, oats, fresh fruit and fresh vegetables all help lower bad cholesterol - as does red wine.

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    (inactive person) vegetal masculine informal
    (injured or disabled person) vegetal masculine offensive