Translation of tomato in Spanish:
noun plural -toes
- 1.1 (Cookery, Agriculture) plum tomato (before noun) tomato juicetomato paste o pureejugo (masculine) or (especially Spain) zumo (masculine) de tomatetomato sauce/soupextracto (masculine) or concentrado (masculine) de tomatepomarola® (feminine) (Chile)salsa (feminine) /sopa (feminine) de tomate or (Mexico) de jitomateExample sentences
Example sentences1.2tomato (plant)
- I make salad with avocados, tomato, lettuce and spring onions, with an olive oil and red wine dressing.
- Lycopene is one of the pigments that colour tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables red, orange or yellow.
- So now I'm having a bet each way, with a warm salad of aubergine, tomato and mozzarella.
- They discussed some tips for planting summer crops like tomatoes and capsicums.
- I personally think if you can only grow two plants it should be a pot of tomatoes and a pot of basil.
- In the garden at the back my aunt grew tomatoes, greens and lettuces.
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