Translation of potted in Spanish:


en maceta, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑdəd/ /ˈpɒtɪd/


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    • 1.1

      (plant) en maceta
      (plant) en tiesto
      a potted bay tree un laurel (plantado) en una maceta
      • We were recently given several potted bamboo plants.
      • The thieves entered the premises after removing the padlocks with bolt cutters and a substantial number of potted shrubs and herbaceous plants were removed in broad daylight.
      • Before bringing a potted tree indoors, water it thoroughly and hose off the foliage.
      • The bodies are positioned in the exhibition - entrance £10 for adults - among potted trees and plants, making a wander through like something out of the Lost World.
      • Alison was watering the potted herbs that grew behind the house.
      • This is the definitive guide to growing bulbs as cut flowers or flowering potted plants.
      • The history of bonsai goes back countless ages, with the first evidence of small potted trees showing up in Egyptian tombs over 2000 years ago.
      • Part of the reason may be the increased role that supermarkets and mass merchandisers now play in carrying fresh and potted flowers.
      • While playing, the child had tripped and fallen onto a large potted cactus plant.
      • The selection of flowering potted plants in stores is probably the broadest this time of year.
      • Dave, as good as his word, went off on his world tour, getting as far as a potted yucca plant in an Australian bar before the money ran out.
      • If, on the other hand, you plan on selling potted plants, hanging baskets, tropical foliage or flats, a greenhouse becomes a necessity.
      • Anything still blooming in a pot, such as impatiens, will make a good indoor potted plant for the winter.
      • On the top of the frame, they added a shelf with a tray to display some potted plants and flowers.
      • Pygmy Date Palm is a good container plant when potted indoors.
      • On a 20-metre altar various sacrificial offerings are left, such as historical figures made out of flour, fruit seeds, potted trees and rockeries.
      • Purchase starts each spring, or overwinter potted plants in a greenhouse or sunporch.
      • Have your flowerbeds and potted plants looking their best.
      • On the wrap-around porch, potted flowers, herbs, and mosses covered the ledge and all other various surfaces.
      • Then, make it a focal point with potted flowers, lawn ornaments, or themed decorations.

    • 1.2Cooking

      • potted meat/shrimps
      • The pair celebrated the occasion at a private reception held in a relative's house - where they dined on Dundee cake, half a pound of potted meat and pop.
      • Take your picnic: like nowhere else in Britain, this place calls for potted meat and pineapple chunks straight from the tin.
      • One man testified that the potted meat had been supplied unsealed but wrapped in brown paper and sold to several people, none of whom fell ill.
      • I mean, can you imagine going to actually visit a real potted meat museum?
      • Oh yes, and there was Shippam's potted meat paste, a great treat on buttered toast.
      • The patient now should be able to safely begin eating puréed foods, including baby foods, applesauce, blended soft foods, and potted meats.
      • In this company, the potted venison and wild boar terrine was a shrinking violet.
      • The cans of milk, soup, and potted beef have yet to arrive, although, oddly, we seem to have three cases of capers in brine.
      • Today, the market is awash with seasonal greens, wild mushrooms, Melton Mowbray pork pies, smoked eels, fresh shellfish, potted shrimps, cider, venison and wild boar.
      • Smoked salmon on brown bread sandwiches, potted shrimp rolls and roast venison with Balmoral redcurrant and port jelly on white bread were on offer as well.
      • Those potted foods that are still made survive because they are delicacies: for example, potted shrimps in England, or French terrines or rillettes.
      • Fish and chips, roast rib of beef, cottage pie, potted shrimps, Scotch egg with whisky mayonnaise, egg custard tart - all are revealed in a new and con temporary light.
      • Then if you are looking for such delicacies as wild boar pate, potted shrimps or simply a venison pasty, the Food Court should be your first stop.
      • Roast venison with port jelly and potted shrimp rolls also graced the low-key menu.
      • It is not that there's anything wrong with the dishes described on the menu: I like potted shrimps, grouse, salt beef and tongue, omelette Arnold Bennett.
      • Lunch arrives, thank God: those potted shrimps to start for me, and just the two starters for him, some Parma ham and a dish of veal tonnato.
      • Come to think of it, this delicacy (along, perhaps with potted shrimps) is one of the few that does need brown bread.
      • We fell upon our potted shrimps and moules marinière with little slurpings, gasps and squeals of delight.

    • 1.3

      (account/version) resumido
      • Herewith a potted description of a great weekend!
      • A potted explanation of what has become his obsession is as follows.
      • I've already posted a potted summary of Australian Political parties, so go read that to learn about the Dramatis Personae.
      • The best thing about television dramas is the end of each episode because they show you a potted summary of the following episode.
      • Moreover, it demonstrates that they have not studied the full Audit Commission report, but rely on potted summaries.
      • As part of this bulletin they gave a potted summary of the activities that various offices had organised.
      • A potted summary might go as follows: she was a brilliant young French woman, born in Paris in 1909 in a fully assimilated, secular Jewish family.
      • And every day he reads out another short, potted obituary culled from the New York Times website.
      • Having given the tribunal their unqualified imprimatur, they go on to give a potted and dishonest account of the Yugoslav civil conflicts of the 1990s.
      • Listening to a potted history of the last ten years, I was struck by the extent of employer commitment to working with young people and schools, right across York and North Yorkshire.
      • Presumably, the publishers thought that a potted pre-Union history of Scotland and England would bring the general reader up to speed in preparation for the rest of the book.
      • ‘Finally, a word about British objectives’, he announces near the beginning of this potted history of the Cold War.
      • It was pretty much a potted history of the Vietnam war.
      • The first section offers a lively potted history of the anatomical mapping of the heart, from ancient Egypt to the first heart-and-lung transplant.
      • Everything, from a potted history of racism to a dissertation on Christian liberalism, sounded as though it had been said a thousand times before.
      • It's a fascinating potted history, following Moore's life and career from Northampton slum to Northampton scribe.
      • Throw any surname at him and he will almost certainly be able to give you a potted history and he is likely to throw in a colourful story to liven up the tale as well.
      • Instead they offer a potted history of Scottish poetry which is informative but also mirrors the dry nature of the selection that follows.
      • Cocaine, groupies, booze and rehab all feature prominently in many musicians' potted biographies.
      • Thank you very much indeed for a very quick potted tour of your areas of responsibility and command structure.

  • 2US informal

    cocido informal
    tomado Latin America informal