Spanish Word for almonds  

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Spanish Word: almendras
The Spanish Word for almonds
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She likes to go to the park to give almonds to the squirrels.
A ella le gusta ir al parque para darles almendras a las ardillas.

We saw this in the case of Californian almonds, and in the case of bananas.
Ya ocurrió con las almendras de California. Ya ocurrió con los plátanos.
For instance, there are hazelnuts from Turkey and almonds from the United States.
In the case of almonds, the cost difference is a result of the fact that in the European Union they are produced in very difficult climate and soil conditions.
En el caso de la almendra, la diferencia de costes viene dada porque la producción en la Unión Europea se realiza en zonas muy difíciles en clima o suelo.
I should like to highlight how these crops contribute to environmental conservation in the most desertified areas of the Union. This is true of almonds and hazelnuts, for example.
Quiero recordar el aspecto de protección medioambiental que estos cultivos desempeñan en los territorios más desérticos de la Unión, en el caso de la almendra y la avellana por ejemplo, o como ocurre con la castaña, que se produce en los bosques más autóctonos de la Comunidad y que son preservados por ello.
Mr President, this proposal concerns fruits in shells or pods: that is, nuts and locust beans. We are therefore dealing with walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, pistachios and chestnuts.
Señor Presidente, esta propuesta se refiere a los frutos de cáscara; es decir, a los también llamados frutos secos y a las algarrobas.
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