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aloe
American English: /ˈæloʊ/
British English: /ˈaləʊ/

Translation of aloe in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The planters use aloes and other succulent plants that are able to survive under different kinds of environmental conditions.
    • The leaf of the aloe plant contains 12 different vitamins and 20 different minerals as part of its 200 active compounds.
    • It's a tiny piece of lawn ringed with a bed of alyssum, purple wandering jew groundcover, aloes, wild garlic and other assorted plants.

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