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holly
American English: /ˈhɑli/
British English: /ˈhɒli/

Translation of holly in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 countableholly (bush/tree) 1.2 uncountable (foliage) (before noun) holly berry
    baya (feminine) de acebo
    Example sentences
    • Both deciduous and evergreen hollies are much loved for their berries, which range in color from orange and red to yellow and black.
    • And then there are the usual green plants with red berries such as hollies and barberry, and old garden roses with showy hips.
    • Some popular small trees and shrubs with birds are: blueberries, elderberries, hollies, cherries, and dogwoods.

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