Translation of sembrar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 [terreno/campo] to sow; [trigo/hortalizas] to sow, plant el campo estaba sembrado de maíz the field was sown o/or planted with maize el que siembra recoge as you sow, so shall you reap 1.2 [literario/literary] to sow [literario/literary] pretenden sembrar el pánico entre la población they are attempting to sow panic among the population 1.3 (llenar)sembrar algo
dealgo los huelguistas sembraron de tachuelas la calle the strikers scattered tacks across the road la plaza quedó sembrada de papeles/flores the square was left strewn with o/or covered with bits of paper/flowers un mapa sembrado de banderitas rojas y azules a map dotted with little red and blue flags
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