Translation of harina in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- flour estar metido en harina to be in the middle of things [familiar/colloquial] ser harina de otro costal to be another o/or a different kettle of fish donde no hay harina todo es mohína poverty breeds discontent
harina con levadura
- (España/Spain) harina leudante
harina con polvos de hornear
- (América Latina/Latin America) harina leudante
harina de avena
harina de flor
harina de garbanzos
harina de maíz
harina de pescado
harina de soya(América Latina/Latin America)
harina de soja(España/Spain)
harina de trigo
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