There are 2 main translations of wattle in Spanish

: wattle1wattle2

wattle1

zarzo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɑdl//ˈwɒt(ə)l/

noun

  • 1

    (framework of sticks)
    zarzo masculine
    wattle and daub fence valla de adobe y cañas feminine
    • The experts reckon the house originally has a thatched or cut wood roof supported by a wattle wall and timber posts.
    • Jeff showed the twins how to weave the twig wattle fence that borders the deck.
    • Around these were wattle fences, and men to guard them.
    • Woven wattle fences hedge the crofts, enclosing each family's stock of goats and fowl.
    • Between 18 and 24 guests live close to nature on a twin-shared basis in wattle huts under scented tropical trees.
    • They were found on what was once the Thames foreshore, and would have been stored underwater in a wattle enclosure to stop the wood drying out and splitting.
    • Our house used to be of stone but the hut I left my wife in was of wattle and hide; I am hoping that she will join me but at the moment we have an infant that is too sick to travel.
    • The walls of the pit would be lined with wooden planks or wattle, and the floor could also be planked.
    • As we drew close to the source, we found ourselves surrounded by the caves and wattle huts of innumerable holy men; they seemed to rear out of the mist, dotting the landscape wherever we looked.
    • Dublin's property boundaries were set from the earliest dense occupation, and wattle fences were replicated numerous times in the same positions.
    • Potter described house structures in the eroding sand - round houses of wattle, beneath rectangular buildings with stone wall footings.
    • The excavations at Waterstone's uncovered wattle fencing and rubbish pits superbly preserved because of the water-logged conditions under the building.
    • Here is the second cluster of huts, wattle fences enclosing neat crofts of fowl houses and kitchen-gardens blown with harvest.
    • Yes, they are indeed proper hand-made wattle hurdles, thank you for asking.
    • The plants were being protected from the gales by old wattle fencing being put alongside the flower beds.
    • Although badly damaged in recent years, evidence of wattle houses and a livestock pen were discovered.
    • Door posts, a threshold beam and a section of wattle wall are clearly visible.
    • The timbers were the uprights of wattle fences, the complex containing up to 100,000 square feet or 30,500 square metres of fencing, some of which still survives.
    • Sotho huts, which have pointed, detachable roofs on walls of mud and wattle, are found throughout the country; these huts have window frames and full doorways.
    • Yet from wattle to neoprene, the history of architecture is also the history of material invention.
  • 2

    Botany
    (australiana) acacia feminine
    • For botany lessons, we crossed the road into the botanical gardens, there to examine the leaves of ash, oak, elm, plane, pine but no wattles, gums or banksias.
    • Until now the only trees he has seen are wattles and eucalypts, which don't merit a compliment.
    • Our house also seemed a little swallowed by wattle at times.
    • Like all wattles it's fast-growing and flowers from August to October, but a distinguishing feature is its foliage which smells of cinnamon when crushed in warm weather.
    • The two Greens Senators wore a sprig of wattle over a postcard picture of the two Australian citizens interned in Guantanamo Bay.

There are 2 main translations of wattle in Spanish

: wattle1wattle2

wattle2

barba, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɑdl//ˈwɒt(ə)l/

noun

  • 1

    (on bird, reptile)
    barba feminine
    carúncula feminine
    • The members of Eurylaiminae are variable in their plumage; the wattled broadbills have an eye ring of large blue wattles.
    • Expression of combs and wattles is directly connected to androgen production, whereas feather ornament size seldom depends on current levels of testosterone secretion.
    • In the spring, the male attracts females by gobbling, puffing his feathers, spreading his tail, swelling his face wattles, and drooping his wings.
    • Some species have a prominent head casque, wattles or bare heads and necks with brightly colored skin.
    • The frontal shield and wattles are fleshy protuberances.
    • Chickens may die without showing any symptoms, but typically, birds suddenly show swelling about the eyes, wattles and ear lobes.
    • Some cracids have brightly colored skin on the face or neck, or ornaments such as wattles, casques or combs.
    • They also had larger and more colorful fleshy facial shields and wattles.
    • Male asities enlarge their wattles when they display to females and their outer primary feathers produce a buzzing sound when they fly.
    • It seems that the males have taken advantage of the females' searching for these by having bright blue and red wattles hanging from their throats.
    • Common sites of injection in birds include the wing web, wattle, dewlap, and interdigitary skin.
    • Its cousin, the stunning kokako, is slate gray with sky-blue wattles decorating a black-masked face.