Oat in spanish


pronunciation: ɑbenɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

oats1 = avena. 

Example: This collocation surely meets a general need more effectively than if everything were brought together under process, scattering materials on crops: harvesting of wheat, oats, barlye, etc., all colocated at harvesting.


» be off + Posesivo + oats = no tener apetito, no tener ganas de comer.

Example: Anyhow, family -- including my darling niece and nephew, who were a little bit off their oats when I arrived.

» go off + Posesivo + oats = quitársele a Uno las ganas de comer, perder las ganas de comer.

Example: I have a friend who, as soon as she is under stress, goes off her oats, and gets all pale.

» know + Posesivo + oats = saber de lo que Uno estar hablando, conocer muy bien la materia, ser un experto en la materia, conocer muy bien + Posesivo + oficio, conocer muy bien + Poseesivo + trabajo, hablar con propiedad, hablar con conocimiento de causa.

Example: It looks like your palm reader really knows her oats and she reads tea leaves too.

» put + Nombre + off + Posesivo + oats = quitarle a Alguien las ganas de comer.

Example: We trust the news he's just received won't put him off his oats.

» rolled oats = copos de avena.

Example: This ready-to-eat nutritious food is made by admixing condensed milk with rolled oats, honey, dates, wheat germ, coconuts, and walnuts.

» sow + Posesivo + wild oats = soltarse la melena cuando joven, despendolarse cuando joven, echar una cana al aire cuando joven, echar una cana al aire antes de sentar la cabeza.

Example: If he had let his hair down a bit more at his age and sowed his wild oats he might have been a better husband to Diana.
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