There are 2 translations of flower in Spanish:

flower1

Pronunciation: /flaʊr; ˈflaʊə(r)/

n

  • 1 countable/numerable 1.1 (blossom) flor (feminine) no flowers by request se ruega no enviar ofrendas florales to be in flower uncountable/no numerable estar* en flor (before noun/delante del nombre) flower arrangement arreglo (masculine) floral flower power el poder de la paz y el amor flower shop floristería (f), florería (f) (Latin America/América Latina)
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    • Bulbs planted late in winter come into flower in early summer.
    • Tubers were harvested on August 17, just as the plants were coming into flower and before the tubers were fully mature.
    • And every summer the threat to livestock increases as the plant comes into flower in its millions.
    1.2 (plant) flor (feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) flower garden jardín (masculine) (de flores) flower show exposición (feminine) de flores
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    • The pistil and the stamen of the flowers are the specialized organs responsible for the reproductive processes.
    • I didn't see anything but green plants, brightly coloured flowers, and brown earth.
    • Unisexual flowers with three white petals produce numerous stamens or carpels and both present floral nectar.
  • 2 uncountable/no numerable (finest part) [literary/literario] the flower of the nation/army la flor y nata del país/ejército he died in the flower of his youth murió en la flor de la edad or de la juventud or de la vida
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    • ‘Of course I would forgive you, you are my youngest daughter, the flower of our family,’ Christiana cried.
    • From a country with only 3.5 million people, the troops - the flower of Albania's youth - represent the best Albania has to offer.
    • For the resurrection of this Isis, the Simphonie du Marais spared no effort, bringing together some excellent players and the flower of French Baroque singing.

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There are 2 translations of flower in Spanish:

flower2

vi

  • 1.1 [Botany/Botánica] florecer*, florear (Chile, Mexico/Chile, México) 1.2
    (flowering present participle/participio presente)
    [plant/shrub/tree] que da flores a summer-/spring-flowering plant una planta que florece en verano/primavera flowering maple abutilón (masculine)
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    • The tired, sun-burnt hills of summer have awoken with a new, hopeful greenness and the catalpa trees are flowering with huge white orchid-like flowers in the village squares.
    • The daffodils and the cherry trees flowering in the spring are the most popular feature on postcards or calendars, but the Gardens are worth visiting in all seasons.
    • In some cases, the name simply implies that the species flowers earlier than other similar plants.
    1.3 (reach maturity) alcanzar* la plenitud [formal]
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    • Since then, it has flowered into a dynamic forum to access, understand, and research the rapidly mushrooming field of Indian Literature in English, as well as to translate regional literature.
    • The naughty twinkle she displayed in films such as Ghostbusters has flowered into a comic touch that knows no fear of shame.
    • If this was meant as an insult, it soon flowered into prophesy.

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