Spanish Word for onions  

English Word: onions

Spanish Word: cebollas
The Spanish Word for onions
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Translated sentences containing 'onions'
I don't like to eat onions.
No me gusta comer cebollas.
Do you know that in this fruit shop onions are very cheap?
¿Sabes que en esta frutería las cebollas están a muy buen precio?
There are carrots, onions, mushrooms, green peppers and peas.
Hay zanahorias, cebollas, hongos, pimientas verdes, y arvejas.

The Netherlands, however, is also known for its minor crops, including tulips, onions and chicory.
Los Países Bajos, sin embargo, también son conocidos por sus cultivos menores, entre los que se incluyen los tulipanes, las cebollas o las endivias.
It is not absolutely essential to prevent onions, potatoes and so on from germinating. For all that, we are naturally in favour of the agreement we have now reached.
No es absolutamente indispensable impedir que germinen las cebollas, patatas, etc. Aun así, apoyamos naturalmente el acuerdo que ahora se ha alcanzado.
It is a pity that the report contains no 'onions' , as institutional differentiation would seem to be the only realistic solution for a Union that is expanding fast.
Es una lástima que en los relatos no se incluya la " cebolla" en sí, puesto que la disgregación institucional parece ser la única solución realista en una Unión que experimenta un fuerte proceso de ampliación.
In Nigeria the cheapest meat is German and English and in Senegal 52 000 tonnes of onions exported in 2005 alone from the Netherlands placed farmers in very serious difficulties.
En Nigeria la carne más barata es alemana e inglesa y en Senegal 52 000 toneladas de cebollas exportadas en 2005 solo desde los Países Bajos pusieron a los agricultores en dificultades muy serias.
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