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seedless
American English: /ˈsidləs/
British English: /ˈsiːdləs/

Translation of seedless in Spanish:

adjective

  • (grapes/oranges)
    sin pepitas or semillas
    Example sentences
    • Both are sweet, seedless fruits borne by large, vigorous trees.
    • Our consumption of seedless fruits and veggies is on the rise, trading flavor and fertility for convenience.
    • The very infertility of the hybrids thus propagated was cleverly used to create seedless fruits, which in and of themselves are interesting in practical pomology.

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