Translation of sprout in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- [leaves/shoots] echar the plant's sprouting new shoots la planta está echando retoños or está retoñando it's sprouting horns le están saliendo cuernos a part of town which is always sprouting new restaurants una parte de la ciudad en la que surgen restaurantes como hongosExample sentences
- The spokesman added that many sportsmen sprouted facial hair and wore their hair long in the 1970s.
- She looked at me as if I'd sprouted purple hair.
- Beech is usually quite amenable to hard cutting back, as long as it gets plenty of light it will quickly sprout new shoots from the older wood.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 [Botany/Botánica] [plant] echar retoños, retoñar; [leaf] brotar, salir*; [seeds] germinar 1.2
sprout (up)(appear, spring up) [buildings/hotels] surgir* or aparecer* (como hongos)Example sentences
- With the first rains, leaves sprout on trees and bushes and the savannah grass grows to several yards within a few months.
- The leafy stems sprout from the underground tuberous roots in early spring.
- Wild plants and flowers sprouted all over the place, creeping up the trees.
- Across the country, smarter, better-planned, more walkable developments are sprouting up without sprawling out.
- There is no way they can keep investment excitement from sprouting up all over the world.
- Becoming an industry leader requires more than sprouting locations across the country.
- The two blueberry bushes are sprouting and I've watered them a little bit.
- Some species will sprout right away; others could take a year or more to grow.
- Only a small percentage from each weed species sprouts each year.
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