Translation of chestnut in Spanish:
- 1 countable/numerable 1.1 (nut) castaña (feminine)Example sentences1.2chestnut (tree) castaño (masculine) 1.3
(horse chestnut)(nut) castaña (feminine) de Indias; (tree) castaño (masculine) de IndiasExample sentences
- Some authors have suggested that their flavour and texture are comparable with those of the chestnut or cashew nut.
- Almost equally invigorating is a poached chicken, sliced into strips atop a mound of basmati rice but bathed in a potion of tarragon and chestnuts.
- And I can't really tell you how it was made, as I spent the entire recipe-making time chopping walnuts and chestnuts, sneaking teeny bits in every now and then.
Example sentences1.4 (old story) [colloquial/familiar] an old chestnut una historia muy vieja or pasada
- Greece originally introduced the chestnut tree to the rest of the European community.
- As she got nearer she saw him shaded from the sun by the leaves of the chestnut tree.
- One damaged chestnut tree and five mature conifers had to be removed.
- They also collected a broad variety of wild herbs, wild vegetables such as acorns, water chestnuts, and broad beans, and possibly wild rice.
- In general, European chestnut trees haven't suffered as devastating an outbreak as their American cousins.
- The European species of chestnut catches the disease, too, and early researchers noticed some Italian trees that seemed to have spontaneously recovered their health.
- 3 countable/numerable (horse) caballo (masculine) castaño or zainoExample sentences
- Sharon rides Andy, a chestnut Quarter Horse who has never before experienced dressage.
- Berndon was looking at a chestnut mare with a black mane and tail and took out some coins to pay for it.
- The chestnut colt is the last foal out of Jewell Ridge, who died on August 1.
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