Translation of bracken in Spanish:

bracken

Pronunciation: /ˈbrækən/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • helechos (masculine plural) in the bracken entre los helechos
    More example sentences
    • The other especially weedy fern is bracken, which also unusually for pteridophytes has vessels.
    • Penn Common is a rolling meadow of tall bracken, moss and the odd thicket of birch trees.
    • With Ian massaging his arm, John collecting handfuls of stones to throw at the snake and Tim stripping the leaflets from a frond of bracken, they made their way through the undergrowth to the small pond.

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