1 huertaf.1 market garden (British), truck farm (United States).2 orchard, large market garden, vegetable garden, garden.3 kitchen garden.* * *1 (terreno) market garden, US truck garden2 (zona) irrigated agricultural and market-gardening region* * *SF1) (=huerto) vegetable garden, kitchen garden (EEUU)2) Esp
la huerta murciana/valenciana — the fertile, irrigated region of Murcia/Valencia3) And [de cacao] cocoa plantation* * *b) ( explotación agrícola) truck farm (AmE), market garden (BrE)c)* * *= orchard, grove, market garden.Ex. Whereas, before, the land was dense with stately white pines, now apple, plum, pear, peach, and cherry orchards stood in regimented rows and cattle grazed peacefully.Ex. His works remain predominantly religious narratives, situated in sacred wilderness groves.Ex. People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.----* huerta de manzanos = apple orchard.* huerta de naranjos = orange grove, orange orchard.* * *b) ( explotación agrícola) truck farm (AmE), market garden (BrE)c)* * *= orchard, grove, market garden.
Ex: Whereas, before, the land was dense with stately white pines, now apple, plum, pear, peach, and cherry orchards stood in regimented rows and cattle grazed peacefully.Ex: His works remain predominantly religious narratives, situated in sacred wilderness groves.Ex: People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.* huerta de manzanos = apple orchard.* huerta de naranjos = orange grove, orange orchard.* * *3la huerta valenciana/murciana the fertile region of Valencia/MurciaCompuesto:solar energy farm* * *
huerta sustantivo femenino
( con frutales) orchard
huerta f Agr
1 (parcela de cultivo) market, US truck garden
2 (zona de regadío) irrigated area used for cultivation
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* * *huerta nf1. [huerto] Br market garden, US truck farm2. [tierra de regadío] = irrigated crop-growing region* * *f truck farm, Brmarket garden* * *huerta nf1) : large vegetable garden, truck farm2) : orchard3) : irrigated land* * *huerta n1. (de verduras) market garden2. (de árboles frutales) orchard3. (zona agrícola) irrigated agricultural region
2 V de ValenciaV de ValenciaV wie Viktor
3 Valencia arde en fiestasValencia arde en fiestasin Valencia herrscht festlicher Trubel
4 Valencia está en la costaValencia está en la costaValencia liegt an der Küste
5 de Málaga a Valenciade Málaga a Valenciavon Málaga nach Valencia
6 el pueblo está yendo hacia Valenciael pueblo está yendo hacia Valenciadas Dorf liegt auf dem Weg nach Valencia
7 estar a la altura de Valenciaestar a la altura de Valenciaauf der Höhe von Valencia liegen
8 quedarse a la luna de Valenciaquedarse a la luna de Valenciadas Nachsehen haben
9 valenciaba'lenθǐaf CHEMValenz f, Wertigkeit fsustantivo femeninovalenciavalencia [ba'leṇθja]Valenz femenino
11 valenciaf.1 valence (chemistry).2 Valencia, Valence.3 valency.* * *1 valency* * *SF Valencia* * *= valency [valence], valence [valency].Ex. The algorithmic outcome from Boolean functions used for assessments of compounds containing the same elements and having similar valency was approved by the experts in chemistry.Ex. In fact, this definition can only be resolved by fixing the valences of hydrogen and fluorine as one.----* con valencias unidas = covalently bound.* * *= valency [valence], valence [valency].
Ex: The algorithmic outcome from Boolean functions used for assessments of compounds containing the same elements and having similar valency was approved by the experts in chemistry.Ex: In fact, this definition can only be resolved by fixing the valences of hydrogen and fluorine as one.* con valencias unidas = covalently bound.* * ** * *
valencia sustantivo femenino Quím valence, valency
' Valencia' also found in these entries:
* * *valencia nfQuím valency valencia química chemical valency* * *f QUÍM valence, Brvalency
13 quedarse a la luna de Valenciafamiliar to be thwarted, be disappointed* * *to be disappointed, be left in the lurch
14 dejar a la luna de Valenciato thwart, disappoint
15 de Valencia• from Valencia
16 Murcia, Españaf.Murcia, Spain, Murcia.
17 Valencia, Españaf.Valencia, Valencia, Spain.
18 Valencia, Venezuelaf.Valencia, Venezuela, Valencia.
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