There are 2 main translations of wilt in Spanish:

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wilt 1

Pronunciation: / wɪlt /American English: /wɪlt/
British English: /wɪlt/

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There are 2 main translations of wilt in Spanish:

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wilt 2

intransitive verb

  • (plant/flower)
    ponerse mustio
    marchitarse
    everyone was wilting in the heat
    el calor los estaba haciendo languidecer
    he wilted visibly under her glare
    su mirada lo hizo encogerse
    Example sentences
    • At this time, chill treatment seedlings were severely wilted with extensive leaf rolling characteristic of water-stressed maize.
    • Insufficient removal of these air embolisms may result in serious water stress which may lead to early leaf wilting as previously shown in chrysanthemum cut flowers.
    • Similarly, in cut chrysanthemum flowers, the leaves often wilt, due to a blockage for water transport in the xylem of the basal stem part.

transitive verb

  • (plant)
    poner mustio

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