Translation of blossom in Spanish:


flor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈblɑsəm/ /ˈblɒs(ə)m/


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    flor feminine
    • As the large, loose clusters of tiny greenish flower blossoms fade, the flower stalks get longer and by midsummer are covered with fuzzy purple or pink hairs.
    • Jim sat down under a flowering tree in a patch of tiny white blossoms and faced the shimmering waters of the river.
    • If you like edible flowers, try some of the tiny white blossoms sprinkled onto salads.
    • The magnificent shades of lavender-purple and white blossoms with their heady show and sweet fragrance renewed my love affair with the lilac.
    • Its foliage is divine - tiny spirals of pearly blossoms with a heavenly scent.
    • Tiny blossoms of deep pinks and reds will add great color to your festive fall container.
    • His feet are tied to branching white blossoms, beneath which a few women with flower torches dance.
    • Garnish salads with buds or the yellow blossoms.
    • In spring one revels in the bright green of new buds and the blossoms of the azaleas.
    • Intensely fragrant, waxy white blossoms emerge on stems as tall as 3 feet above grassy basal foliage and tuberous roots.
    • Since the majority of night-scented blossoms have white flowers, these plants also light up the landscape at night.
    • Just inside the garden is a large rose tree covered with white blossoms.
    • Snow weighed down the branches and from a distance, they looked like trees bearing white blossoms.
    • Of course, now is a great time to clean out the flower beds, removing the fallen leaves and blossoms to avoid potential fungus and molds from growing.
    • Also known as baby's breath, these starry blossoms on thread-thin stems make great fillers for fresh and dried arrangements.
    • Its blossoms, on bare branches, are showy and often fragrant.
    • Each bulb can produce as many as twenty beautiful, large trumpet-shaped blossoms on a single stem.
    • Frequent mowing during peak growth will eliminate the yellow blossoms and prevent seed formation.
    • Water each container lightly at the base of the plants, being careful not to get water on the leaves or blossoms.
    • Remove plants from their nursery pots, being careful not to break their stems or blossoms.
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    (mass of flowers)
    flores feminine
    a cherry in blossom un cerezo en flor

intransitive verb

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    (tree) florecer
    (tree) dar flor
    • We slipped through St Bartholomew's churchyard, snowdrops fading, the fruit and nut trees blossoming, and channelled down a track towards the River Ure.
    • The Flowering Cherry tree will blossom at this time of the year, each year, as a symbol of remembrance.
    • Spring is the best season in Tokyo, with cherry trees blossoming beautifully after the winter rest.
    • In the spring the plum trees blossom, and violets bloom along the paths.
    • The thousand insects of rain have worked all night; the trees have blossomed in raindrops, the downpour sounds like a distant whip.
    • Walking down Bedford, it seemed to me that a hundred or so trees had suddenly blossomed along the street!
    • I was walking in the park one day in April, when the trees were still blossoming and I saw them.
    • He couldn't believe his eyes when he found them dancing on their hind legs around a shrub blossoming with bright red cherries.
    • Around her, women and animals bloom, trees and flowers blossom, and her womb fills up with stones.
    • The fruit trees began to blossom in March, I think it was, and there were new flowers every day or every other day.
    • A white fence cut off its backyard, which contained a neat garden, several trees, blossoming with pink flowers in the spring, and an old wooden swing set.
    • A row of cherry blossom trees blossomed soft pink against dark wooden stems.
    • On either side of the path were huge trees, blossoming with colourful flowers.
    • When flowers blossom, trees bud - and pollen permeates the air.
    • There was only a slight breeze as the bus lazily took the curves, passing beneath trees that had blossomed with white flowers.
    • That is to say, the cherry trees will blossom every year but I'll disappear for good, one of these days.
    • One afternoon Victor bundles us into his jeep and careers up a twisting track, past coffee bushes which have blossomed overnight, sprouting cream pompoms with the scent of jasmine.
    • At that precise moment, the tree seemed to blossom for the very first time.
    • The last of the ice was falling from the eaves, buds and leaves blossoming from the deciduous trees.
    • Their garden has streams, waterfalls, flowering shrubs and blossoming trees.
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    (enterprise/arts) florecer
    (person/relationship) alcanzar su plenitud
    to blossom into sth
    • He would be departing just when he has finally blossomed into a mature and consistent world-class all-rounder.
    • A spirited young girl who suffered horrific injuries in a freak horse accident has blossomed into a promising athlete with a bright future.
    • Slowly it continued, and our first hesitant kiss was finally reached, although I had to make that final step because he wouldn't, and our relationship developed and blossomed into love.
    • As for Titania, she blossomed into a more mature woman, although her zealousness never fully died down.
    • It is a lesson on how early promise has blossomed into maturity.
    • The boy who began his cricketing career by singing Shosholoza under the Wanderers scoreboard, has blossomed into one of the promising players for the future.
    • Many people have developed online friendships and romances that have blossomed into offline relationships.
    • He developed an early interest in all things mechanical that has blossomed into a successful racing career.
    • However last term, Nowitzki blossomed into a multi - talented player of immense promise, one of the few Europeans able to compete on equal terms with their trans-Atlantic cousins.
    • What started as a few health-care providers twenty years ago has blossomed into a robust community that boasts international connections.
    • What began as a university course blossomed into the experience of a lifetime.
    • ‘I believe there are sufficient areas particularly in the energy sector that one can see burgeoning and blossoming in trade development,’ he said.
    • To this can be added the fact that aikido developed and spread in Japan during an era of peace that later blossomed into a time of unprecedented economic prosperity.
    • Situated at the exit to the Straits of Malacca between Indonesia and the tip of Malaysia, the country was a natural stopping point on long voyages and quickly blossomed into an important port.
    • It has blossomed into quite a good way of them earning some money on site.
    • The cocky kid from the public courts of Los Angeles has blossomed into a global superstar, with a personality as rich as her bank balance.
    • What began as a careless exhortation has blossomed into something I am proud to be a part of, and I hope this redresses some sort of karmic imbalance I no doubt incurred in my youth.
    • This market had humble beginnings eight years ago or so, and has blossomed into a teeming 55-stall market, split between food stalls and craft stalls.
    • She spoke of you enthusiastically on both occasions, and I realised that what had started as an accidental meeting had blossomed into a rewarding friendship.
    • A glittering academic record, which included a scholarship to the Royal Northern College of Music and various conducting prizes, has blossomed into a busy career.