Spanish Word for gardener  

English Word: gardener

Spanish Word: jardinero
The Spanish Word for gardener
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Translated sentences containing 'gardener'
We have talked to the gardener.
Nosotros hemos hablado con el jardinero.
Those seeds are the ones mom gave the gardener.
Esas semillas son las que mamá dio al jardinero.
I'm a gardener. (masculine)
Soy jardinero.
When I grow up I want to be a gardener
Cuando sea grande quiero ser jardinero.
Marcos doubts that the gardener is working today.
Marcos duda que el jardinero trabaje hoy.
I'm a gardener. (feminine)
Soy jardinera.

Every gardener knows that peat is a biodegradable product.
Y es que cualquier jardinero sabe que la turba es un producto biodegradable.
We have a saying in Glasgow: if you live in a glasshouse you do not have sex with your gardener!
Hay un dicho en Glasgow que viene a cuento: si vives en un invernadero no te acuestes con tu jardinero.
In reality, modulation amounts to robbing Paul the farmer to feed Peter the landscape gardener.
En realidad, la modulación equivale a desvestir a un santo campesino para vestir a un santo paisajista.
Meanwhile they decided that it had to be ratified unanimously, exactly like the gardener's dog that neither eats cabbage itself nor lets anybody else.
Entretanto, decidieron que debía ratificarse por unanimidad, exactamente como el perro del hortelano, que ni come ni deja comer.
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