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huerta

  
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1    (=huerto)   vegetable garden, kitchen garden   (EEUU)  
2      (Esp)  
la huerta murciana/valenciana      the fertile, irrigated region of Murcia/Valencia  
3      (Andes)   [+de cacao]   cocoa plantation
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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huertano, huerto, humera, hurtar

la huerta murciana/valenciana exp.
the fertile, irrigated region of Murcia/Valencia

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"huerta": examples and translations in context
Hay tantas maneras de devastar una huerta. There's so many ways to devastate an orchard.
Se ofrecen productos de la casa y la huerta. Products of the house and the orchard are offered.
Los huspedes pueden recoger distintos frutos y hortalizas de la huerta, para prepararse una comida mediterrnea. Depending on the season, guests will be able to pick fruit and vegetables from the garden and with them prepare typical Majorcan dishes.
Afuera hay una pequeña huerta de hierbas aromáticas y condimentos. Outside the restaurant there is a little garden with herbs and aromatic plants.
La anciana se mantenía ocupada en su huerta. The old lady busied herself on her vegetable garden.
Pensaba que podrían hacer una huerta ahí. I was thinking you could plant a little vegetable garden right over there.
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