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American English: /ˈæpəl/
British English: /ˈap(ə)l/

Translation of apple in Spanish:


countable or uncountable
  • baked apple
    manzana asada
    the Big Apple [colloquial]
    la Gran Manzana
    as sure as (God made) little green apples (American English)
    tan cierto como que dos y dos son cuatro
    como que yo me llamo X
    he's/she's a rotten o bad apple
    es mala hierba
    the apple of discord to be the apple of somebody's eye
    ser la niña de los ojos de alguien
    an apple a day keeps the doctor away
    a diario una manzana es cosa sana
    one bad apple can spoil the whole barrel
    una manzana podrida echa (un) ciento a perder
    (before noun) apple cheeks
    mejillas (feminine plural) sonrosadas
    apple orchard apple tree
    Example sentences
    • It could be something specific, Victoria plum skins or green apples.
    • Cate picked a few apples from a fruit tree in the grove, wondering if they had any food to eat.
    • The apple cider, made exclusively with crisp, sweet winesap apples, is spicy and just winey enough.

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