Spanish Word for acorns  

English Word: acorns

Spanish Word: bellotas[Noun]
The Spanish Word for acorns
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Oak trees do not produce acorns until they are at least 50 years old.
Los robles no producen bellotas hasta que tienen por lo menos 50 años.
Oak trees do not produce acorns until they are at least 50 years old.
Los robles no producen bellotas hasta que tienen por lo menos 50 años

From acorns grow oak trees.
De las bellotas nacen robles.
They are the little acorns from which some of the biggest oaks in the forest of jobs have grown.
Éstas son las bellotitas a partir de las cuales han crecido algunos de los robles más altos en el bosque de los puestos de trabajo.
I am thinking of Rio, where as a correspondent I was able to follow things in detail and see how from little acorns great oaks can grow.
Pienso en Río, donde en mi condición de representante pude comprobar de cerca cómo de algo pequeño puede surgir algo grande.
Conditions must be right, however, for small businesses to flourish, given that out of small acorns large oaks trees grow.
Pero las condiciones deben ser adecuadas para que puedan florecer las pequeñas empresas, pues de las pequeñas bellotas crecen los grandes robles.
The people who have lived from forest resources such as cork, or holm oak acorns, for example, in Andalusia, have lost their source of income.
La gente que ha vivido de los recursos forestales como el corcho, o el fruto de la encina, por ejemplo, en Andalucía, ha perdido su medio de vida.
Finally, I shall end on a note of optimism and remind colleagues of the old saying ‘out of little acorns grow huge oaks’.
Terminaré con una nota de optimismo recordando a mis colegas el viejo refrán que dice que de las pequeñas bellotas salen grandes robles.
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