wilt in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. Enfermedad de la plantas, marchitación
v. marchitar, marchitarse, mustiarse

Example Sentences

Don't wilt away, love.
No te marchites solo, ama.
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Even the most beautiful rose will someday wilt.
Hasta la rosa más bella se marchitará un día.
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Lasky's wilting under the pressure from the Bulldog of Bergen.
Lasky está cediendo ante la presión del Bulldog de Bergen.
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Mushroom, wilted spinach, the braised chicken, asparagus, and the herb oil.
Setas, espinacas marchitas, el pollo estofado, Espárragos, y el aceite de hierbas
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"A woman without love wilts like a flower without sun."
"Una mujer sin amor decae como una flor sin sol".
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20 But wilt thou know, O vain man, that a faith without b works is dead?
20 ¿Mas quieres saber, hombre vano, que la fe sin obras es muerta?
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[REPORTERS LAUGH] With your permission, I'll take these flowers to my missis before they wilt.
Con su permiso, le llevaré estas flores a mi señora antes de que se marchiten.
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The elves of Wilt-Leaf Wood continually expand the palisade surrounding the sanctuary.
Los elfos del Bosque de Hojas Marchitas continuamente expanden la estacada que rodea el santuario.
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diagnosis of brown rot in potato tubers and of bacterial wilt in potato and tomato plants;
el diagnóstico de la podredumbre parda en tubérculos de patata y de la marchitez bacteriana en plantas de patata y de tomate;
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Synonyms

decline: wane, decrease, dwindle, droop, diminish, taper, languish



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