grape en Español

Pronunciación
s. uva

grape en Inglés

Pronunciación
[grapar] v. staple, bind together by means of a staple or staples

Ejemplos

Make the lunchbox more attractive by putting in green and purple grapes along with other colorful fruits — such as dried fruit —, strips of red or yellow bell peppers, and sliced oranges accompanied by a yogurt dish.
Haga de ellas un plato atractivo al colocar en la lonchera uvas verdes y rojas junto con otras frutas de colores como frutas secas, tiras de pimiento rojo o amarillo y naranjas cortadas en rodajas acompañadas de yogur.
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Argentinian grapes for five reals a box!
¡Uvas argentinas por cinco reales la caja!
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Grapes grow in bunches.
Las uvas crecen en racimos.
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How much does a bunch of grapes cost?
¿Cuánto cuesta el racimo de uvas?
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I ate two green apples and a bowl of green grapes last night.
Anoche comí dos manzanas verdes y un tazón de uvas verdes.
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I bought three apples and two bunches of grapes for dessert at the market.
Compré tres manzanas y dos racimos de uvas para el postre en el mercado.
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I like fruit such as grapes and peaches.
Me gustan las frutas tales como uvas y duraznos.
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I like grape jelly best.
La gelatina de uva es la que más me gusta.
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I want a small bunch of grapes.
Quiero un racimo de uvas.
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Ivo saw the grape.
Ivo vio la uva.
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Sinónimos

any of various juicy fruit of the genus Vitis with green or purple skins; grow in clusters: vino, grape vine, grapevine, vinifera grape, edible fruit, muscadine, bullace grape, slipskin grape, wine
having the approximate size of a grape: sized
tuberous or semi-tuberous South African begonia having shallowly lobed ovate leaves and small white flowers: begonia, Begonia dregei, maple-leaf begonia
a cluster of small projectiles fired together from a cannon to produce a hail of shot: grapeshot, shot, pellet
any of numerous woody vines of genus Vitis bearing clusters of edible berries: vinifera, genus Vitis, grape vine, common grape vine, grapevine, vine, fox grape, vinifera grape, Vitis, muscadine, Vitis labrusca, Vitis rotundifolia, Vitis vinifera



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