Translation of cereal in Spanish:

cereal

Pronunciation: /ˈsɪriəl; ˈsɪəriəl/

n

countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
  • 1.1 (plant, grain) cereal (masculine) to grow cereals cultivar cereales
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    • The inclusion rates of finely ground feed should be kept to a minimum (for example, ground cereals, maize gluten).
    • The higher inflation levels as observed in November were largely attributed to rising food prices especially mealie meal, maize grain, cereals and cereal products, meat, fish and kapenta.
    • Prepared from germinated and sprouted grain and cereals, their food is rich in various nutrients, vitamins and enzymes and also helps in curing constipation, acidity, piles and skin diseases.
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    • Maize silage and whole crop cereals (eg triticale) are two such alternative forages.
    • Agriculture includes livestock-rearing, viticulture, and crops such as cereals, sugar beet, and potatoes.
    • The winning presentation compared the use of various levels of untreated dairy sludge and vermicomposted dairy sludge for growing vegetables, cereals, grass and flowers.
    1.2
    (breakfast cereal)
    cereales (masculine plural)

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