Translation: from spanish

in full blossom

  • 1 en flor

    in flower, in bloom, in blossom
    * * *
    = in full blossom, in blossom
    Ex. We passed by a cherry tree already in full blossom, though it was only March, and noticed the sound of skylarks twittering above our heads.
    Ex. There was an unexpected heat wave, and all the chestnut trees were already in blossom.
    * * *
    = in full blossom, in blossom

    Ex: We passed by a cherry tree already in full blossom, though it was only March, and noticed the sound of skylarks twittering above our heads.

    Ex: There was an unexpected heat wave, and all the chestnut trees were already in blossom.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en flor

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