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manzana

  
      sf  
1    (=fruta)   apple  
manzana ácida      cooking apple  
manzana de mesa      eating apple  
manzana de sidra      cider apple  
manzana silvestre      wild apple, crabapple  
tarta de manzana      apple tart  
MODISMOS manzana de la discordia      bone of contention  
2      manzana de Adán     (esp LAm, Anat)   Adam's apple
3    [+de casas]   block (of houses)
4    (=medida)     (CAm)   land measure (= 1.75 acres)   land measure (= 1.75 acres)     (Cono Sur)   land measure (= 2.5 acres)   land measure (= 2.5 acres)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
manzana ácida exp.
cooking apple

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nf.
pippin
exp.
crabapple
exp.
wild apple
exp.
cider apple
exp.
eating apple
exp.
bone of contention
(MODISMOS)
exp.
cut the apple in half
exp.
have an apple to keep you going
exp.
have an apple to keep you going
exp.
apple tart
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'manzana' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
una manzana
n.
la manzana reineta
exp.
manzana de la discordia
exp.
manzana de la discordia
n.
la manzana de la discordia
n.
la manzana de la discordia
exp.
dio una manzana a cada uno
exp.
una manzana que se conserva bien
exp.
les dimos una manzana por persona
exp.
la Gran Manzana
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"manzana": examples and translations in context
Faltaba una manzana, por cierto. It was missing an apple, by the way.
Y me gustaría una manzana caramelizada. And I'd like to have a caramel apple.
Evacuaron la manzana entera antes de mirar. They're evacuating the entire block before they look for it.
Hay bastantes explosivos para destruir el edificio y media manzana. 'There's enough explosives there to destroy the whole building and half that block.
Míralo sentado ahí, comiendo esa manzana. Look at him over there, eating that apple.
Creo que parezco una manzana arrugada. I think I look like a wrinkled apple.
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