Translation of bloomer in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈbluːmər; ˈbluːmə(r)/


  • 1 (plant) it's a spring bloomer (es una planta que) florece or da flores en primavera
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    • But if you see a new scape rising at the base of a blooming plant, the plant is a repeat bloomer.
    • Or you can stagger the bloom time by planting mid- and late-season bloomers together, creating a spring display that blooms in succession, for a whole season of color!
    • Most of the small Dahlias are early and profuse bloomers, starting to flower in July and continuing right through till frost.
  • 4 (loaf) (BrE) pan con cortes transversales
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    • I had visions of running over to the fresh bread counter, ripping the crust off a large bloomer and burying my face in the soft, warm expanse of white loaf.
    • These include Cottage Loaves, Rye bread, Multi-seed, the classic Bloomer as well as finger rolls, torpedoes and much more.
    • More crumb less crust, we use artisan baguette dough, baked as a pointy bloomer, and top with poppy seeds.

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