Vegetables in Spanish

VEGETABLES IN SPANISH

Spanish Vegetables

Vegetables are an important part in our food, so if you travel to a place where you speak Spanish, you should know the names of the vegetables in Spanish in order to buy the vegetables you need.

Other language that we recommend you are the Portuguese that is same to Spanish, learn eating in Portuguese language.

Spanish Vegetables

EnglishSpanishEnglishSpanish
artichokealcachofacauliflowercoliflor
asparagusespárragoceleryapio
avocadoaguacatechardacelga
broccolibrócolicornmaíz
beansfrejolcucumberpepino
beetbetarragaeggplantberenjena
bell pepperpimientogarbanzogarbanzo
cabbagecolgarlicajo
carrotzanahorialettucelechuga
mushroomchampiñónoliveaceituna
onioncebollaradishrábano
picklepepinospinachespinaca
potatopapasweet potatocamote
pumpkincalabazatomatotomate

Examples:

  • I hate onion soup.
  • Odio la sopa de cebolla .
  • I like the bean stew.
  • Me gusta el estofado de frijoles.
  • Sell popcorn at the movies.
  • Venden palomitas de maíz en el cine.
  • Darwin likes broccoli.
  • La Darwin le gusta el brócoli.

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