Translation of vine in Spanish:

vine

Pronunciation: /vaɪn/

n (grapevine)

  • 1.1 (on ground) vid (f); (climbing) parra (f) to allow sth to wither on the vine dejar que algo quede desfasado to be a clinging vine ser* pegajoso, ser* como una lapa (before n) vine grower viticultor, -tora (m,f) vine leaf hoja (f) de parra vine shoot sarmiento (m)
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    • Most of the vines are white grape varieties thought to be likely to fare better in the Scarborough climate.
    • Most are vines or climbing plants, but some are herbs as well.
    • Like its cultivated successors, the wild vine is a climbing plant which needs to grow up some support.
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    • Moon vine has earned its name from the way its flowers gleam in the moonlight or any other type of reflected light.
    • The aim of this work was to assess the fertility and breeding potential of the triploid and aneuploid hybrids with a view to developing an improved vine cactus crop.
    • In addition to these, a laceleaf Japanese maple, a vine maple, blue oat grass, and other ornamentals cover the berm.
    1.2 (climbing plant) enredadera (f) tomato vine tomatera (f) hanging vines lianas (fpl)

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