There are 2 translations of curry in Spanish:

curry1

Pronunciation: /ˈkɜːri; ˈkʌri/

n (plural curries)

  • 1.1 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (dish) curry (masculine) vegetable curry curry de verduras, verduras (feminine plural) al curry
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    • The foods served in the Balti pan are freshly cooked aromatically spiced curries.
    • Lunch consists of rice served with vegetable and meat curries and sauces such as sambol, a spicy mixture of grated coconut and chili, peppers, pickles, and chutneys.
    • Malays eat rice with fish or meat curry and vegetables cooked in various ways.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable curry (powder) curry (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) curry sauce salsa (feminine) de curry

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There are 2 translations of curry in Spanish:

curry2

vt (-ries, -rying, -ried)

  • 2 2.1 (dress) [leather] curtir 2.2 (groom) [horse] almohazar* favor1 1 1
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    • Heaven help the poor kid who had to go in there, muck the floor, and curry the horse.
    • Now he had to curry all the horses, and to clean out their shoes.
    • With superb quickness she curried off the horse, who's winter coat had yet to shed out.
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    • The hide was first stretched on a variety of different frames, depending on the type of leather to be curried.
    • Also, while it sounds like curried grain leather would work, I cannot find it used in this context, so I can't recommend it either.

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Word of the day espárrago
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asparagus …
Cultural fact of the day

Junta Autonómica is the name given to the governments of Spain's autonomous regions, with the exception of Catalonia and Valencia's Generalitat and Galicia's Xunta.