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Butternuss

Spanish translation: zapallo anco/calabacín

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German term or phrase:Butternuss
Spanish translation:zapallo anco/calabacín
Entered by: nahuelhuapi
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16:43 Nov 28, 2008
German to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Cooking / Culinary
German term or phrase: Butternuss
Butternuss-Vergnügen
1/2 mittelgroße Tomate
1/4 Butternuss-Mansch
1/2 Karrotte
1/2 Zucchini-Mansch
Fabio Descalzi
Uruguay
Local time: 04:11
zapallo anco/calabacín
Explanation:
Aquí en Arg. tiene esos dos nombres
http://images.google.com.ar/images?hl=es&q=butternut&lr=lang...

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Note added at 48 minutos (2008-11-28 17:31:38 GMT)
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También significa "nuez blanca" (juglans cinerea), pero en tu caso debe ser el squash
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nahuelhuapi
Argentina
Local time: 04:11
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Summary of answers provided
5 +2zapallo anco/calabacínnahuelhuapi
4nuez de mantequillaEtienne Muylle Wallace


  

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5 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5
nuez de mantequilla


Explanation:
típico vocabulario de cocina ( de restaurante)

Etienne Muylle Wallace
Spain
Local time: 09:11
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch, Native in FrenchFrench

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  lidius: Sí, es una manera de hablar de medidas en mantequilla. Una «nuez» vendría a ser una cucharada.
2 hrs
  -> thanks

disagree  olvlo: Butternuss es un tipo de calabaza; aunque la he comido, lamentablemente desconozco el nombre en español
12 hrs
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40 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5 peer agreement (net): +2
zapallo anco/calabacín


Explanation:
Aquí en Arg. tiene esos dos nombres
http://images.google.com.ar/images?hl=es&q=butternut&lr=lang...

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Note added at 48 minutos (2008-11-28 17:31:38 GMT)
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También significa "nuez blanca" (juglans cinerea), pero en tu caso debe ser el squash

nahuelhuapi
Argentina
Local time: 04:11
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 28

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  lidius: Rectifico mi «agree»: tienes razón tú, se trata de un tipo de calabaza de cuello largo (perdona, pero al leer «calabacín» creí que tu respuesta era errónea, ya que en España un calabacín es un Zucchini). Aquí no tiene sentido hablar de nuez de mantequilla
16 hrs
  -> ¡Muchas gracias por tu agrí y tu comentario, lidius!

agree  Liselotte K. de Hennig: También debo rectificar mi agree. Encontré que tienes razón tú.
3 days20 hrs
  -> ¡Muchas gracias por tu agrí y tu comentario, Liselotte!
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