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chives
American English: /tʃaɪvz/
British English: /tʃʌɪvz/

Translation of chives in Spanish:

plural noun

  • cebollinos (masculine plural)
    cebolletas (feminine plural)
    ciboulettes (feminine plural)
    (River Plate area)
    Example sentences
    • Plant seedlings of basil, chives, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, and thyme.
    • The site is a former dairy farm, now given over to a variety of herbs - ranging from basil, parsley, coriander and chives to edible flowers and mixed salad leaves.
    • If he's fixing a salad, he steps outside the back door and snips from the beds of lemon thyme, garlic chives, parsley, and mint to add to the mix of lettuces he grows from spring to fall.

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