Translation of cassava in Spanish:

cassava

mandioca, n.

Pronunciation /kəˈsɑvə/ /kəˈsɑːvə/

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noun

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    mandioca feminine
    • Common vegetables are cabbage, beans, mushrooms, carrots, cassava, sweet potatoes, onions, and various types of greens.
    • Pineapples, sweet potatoes, beans, cassava, rice, groundnuts and maize are among the main crops.
    • They were very hardworking farmers and we used to buy cheap beans, rice, cassava, sweet potatoes and maize from them.
    • They grow maize, sorghum, cassava, sweet potatoes and also rear domesticated animals like goats, pigs and chicken.
    • In Zambia and many African countries most of the foods eaten in the region like maize, cassava, millet, sweet potatoes were all brought by explorers and colonialists.
    • But to eradicate malnutrition, we grow maize, beans, soya beans, sweet potatoes, cassava, pumpkins and many others.
    • The land produces taro, yams, sweet potatoes, cassava, and breadfruit.
    • Rice, cassava, and sweet potatoes are the chief food crops; cattle-breeding is extensive.
    • Most villagers have a small plot of land on which they farm maize, groundnuts, cassava, millet, sweet potatoes, and other products.
    • Today we're producing rice, beans, cassava, pumpkins, passion fruit and other crops.
    • Creole food uses tubers, such as cassava and sweet potatoes.
    • The rich soils of Uganda are capable of producing a wide range of crops such as maize, cassava, groundnut, sorghum, pineapple, millet and other stable foods.
    • Forest crops, such as plantain, cassava, cocoyam, and tropical yams, predominate in the south.
    • Another staple of Liberian cuisine is cassava, a tropical plant with starchy roots from which tapioca is obtained.
    • Maize, cassava, pigeon peas, onions, bananas, potatoes, and tomatoes are important commercial crops.
    • The hunter domesticated some animals, and the collector grew crops such as bananas, cassava, and sweet potatoes.
    • These families now cultivate their own crops - beans, potato, cassava, banana and many others.
    • Women raised the children and they also tended the farm, raising domestic animals and growing foods such as cassava.
    • These have led to cuts in food subsidies, resulting in pressure to tear up maize and cassava in order to grow crops like tobacco which can be used to sell for foreign currency.
    • It is largely farming land where yam, cassava, and palm trees are grown; it is bounded by the Cross River to the east and extends past the Niger River to the west.