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bluebell

Pronunciation: /ˈbluːbel/

Translation of bluebell in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (in England) jacinto (masculine) silvestre
    Example sentences
    • Daffodils, wild hyacinths and tulips, snowdrops, bluebells, daisies and buttercups littered the earth.
    • The gardens are bounded by rhododendrons as well as azaleas, while in the woodlands there are snowdrops, bluebells, daffodils and narcissi.
    • Autumn is the time to put in bulbs for early spring including snow-drops, daffodils, crocuses, lilies and bluebells.
    1.2 (in Scotland) campánula (feminine), campanilla (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • In amongst the shrubs and trees are many more delights both indigenous and exotic, in the form of plants such as Spanish bluebells and South African gazanias.
    • Spanish bluebell is a good bet everywhere except the intermediate and low deserts.
    • This comes from the Spanish bluebell which can be purchased in some garden centres.

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