Translation of convolvulus in Spanish:


convólvulo, n.

Pronunciation /kənˈvɑlvjəˌləs/ /kənˈvɒlvjʊləs/

nounplural convolvuluses, plural convolvuli

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    convólvulo masculine
    • Some other plants had survived, a small convolvulus, golden lamium and creeping geranium were beginning to sprout so these were potted up but the lining fell to bits when the basket was emptied.
    • One is a convolvulus called Goat's Foot Morning Glory, the other is Beach Bean, from the pea family and named for its huge woody seeds.
    • In the Autumn, when the convolvulus has taken over suburban Australian gardens, strangling trees, insinuating itself into garden sheds, creeping across garden paths, the very name declares its despised status as a weed.
    • The wide verges were tangled with the trumpets of field convolvulus, a smaller version of the plant that plays so loud in the hedges at this time of the year.
    • To one side the River Seven meandered, thick with willow, purple with balsam and white with convolvulus.