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Vegetables in Spanish

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What are all vegetables names in Spanish?

It’s time to learn how to pronounce the vegetables in Spanish translation. Vegetables are important because they regulate intestinal transit and because the vitamins they provide modulate many metabolic processes. All vegetables have a high percentage of water, carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins.

Here you will learn how to say the different types of vegetables in Spanish.

carrot

Zanahoria(Carrot)


cassava

Yuca, Mandioca(Cassava)

tomato

Tomate (Tomato)


beet

Remolacha (Beet)

radish

Rábano(Radish)

okra

Quimbombó(Okra)

leek in spanish

Puerro (Leek)


cucumber in spanish

Pepino (Cucumber)

potatoes in spanish

Papas(Potatoes)


malanga in spanish

Malanga(Malanga)

corn in spanish

Maíz (Corn)


lettuce in spanish

Lechuga (Lettuce)

jewish in spanish

Judías(Jewish)


peas in spanish

Guisantes(Peas)

beans in spanish

Frijoles (Beans)


spinach in spanish

Espinaca (Spinach)

asparagus in spanish

Espárrago(Asparagus)


cauliflower in spanish

Coliflor(Cauliflower)

cabbage in spanish

Col, Repollo (Cabbage)


coriander in spanish

Cilantro (Coriander)

onion in spanish

Cebolla(Onion)


sweet potato in spanish

Camote, Batata,
Boniato
(Sweet Potato)

pumpkin in spanish

Calabaza (Pumpkin)


zucchini in spanish

Calabacín (Zucchini)


broccoli

Brócoli(Broccoli)


watercress

Berro(Watercress)

eggplant

Berenjena (Eggplant)


celery

Apio (Celery)

garlic

Ajo(Garlic)


pepper

Ají, Pimienta(Pepper)

avocado

Aguacate(Avocado)


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