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malvarrosa

  
      sf   hollyhock
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malvarrosa nf.
hollyhock

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'malvarrosa' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
la malvarrosa
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"malvarrosa": examples and translations in context
Con rápidas conexiones de transporte público, podrá llegar a las playas de Malvarrosa o al histórico El Carme muy rápidamente. With quick connections via public transport, you can arrive at the Malvarrosa beaches or historical El Carme quickly.
Espectacular casa de 3 plantas situada a pocos metros de la orilla de la playa de la Malvarrosa. Spectacular house with 3 floors located few meters away from the shore of the Malvarrosa beach.
Mi padre nos ingresarà en un orfanato, malvarrosa. Dad's going to send us to a home soon, Hollyhock.
Polvo seco de flor triturada de malvarrosa, Althaea rosea, Malvaceae Althaea Rosea Powder is the dried, crushed flowers of the hollyhock, Althaea rosea, Malvaceae
Música Chill-Out. Paseo Marítimo de la Malvarrosa. Blanc i Negre - Iced coffee with leche merengada.
El hotel Room Mate Marina se encuentra en el puerto de Valencia, a tan sólo 500 m de la playa de la Malvarrosa. The hotel Room Mate Marina is situated directly at the harbour of Valencia, about 500 m away from the Malvarrosa beach.
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