Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

frutas in English:

1. fruits fruits


Lemons and limes are acidic fruits.
I like fruits such as oranges and apples.
Fruits have seeds in them.
For the peasant, fruits are more important than flowers.
You probably eat genetically modified fruits and vegetables all the time without knowing it.
We bagged the fruits and vegetables.
A renowned tactician, Christopher Columbus once downed an entire pirate fleet by stealing all of their fruits and vegetables, thus giving them scurvy.
Nice flowers don't yield good fruits.
I prefer apples to all the other fruits.
We have a wide choice of fruits at the supermarket.
I have always believed that fruits are more beneficial than fruit juices mainly because they do not contain added sugar.
This basket of fruits is a slight acknowledgement of your kindness.
All men who profit from the fruits of the earth must give back part of them to the Church, who will apply them to three uses: providing for pastors, the maintenance of religious buildings, help to the poor.
Acid fruits like pineapples and lemons are sour.
Some boys made away with all the ripe fruits on my persimmon tree.