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El arból ahijado


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00:58 Aug 31, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: El arból ahijado
El arból ahijado necesita abono

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na +1the tillered treeBoudewijn van Milligen
nathe sprouted tree



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the tillered tree

"tiller" = "offshoot" (ES "brote")

Boudewijn van Milligen
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agree  Nikki Graham
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the sprouted tree

This is what I found in my dictionary:

ahijar = to bud, to sprout (2 of many possibilities)

Therefore, it makes sense to me that a tree that has just 'budded' or 'sprouted' would need fertilizer, hence fitting with your sentence.

    Simon & Schuster's
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