See dictionary results below...

 



Web Hosting

From the English verb season:
seasoned is:
   3rd person singular (he/she/it) Preterite Indicative

seasoned  Adjective
  1. Translate "seasoned" to Spanish: condimentado, aderezado, adobado, condimentado con especias, sazonado
    English Synonyms of "seasoned": spicy, spiced, flavored with spices, marinated, pickled, sauced
    Define meaning of "seasoned": Having been given flavor (as by seasoning).

  2. Translate "seasoned" to Spanish: maduro
    English Synonyms of "seasoned": ripe, mellow
    Define meaning of "seasoned": Fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used.

  3. Translate "seasoned" to Spanish: experimentado, andado, fogueado
    English Synonyms of "seasoned": deft, veteran, experienced, old-hand, practiced, skilled, tried
    Define meaning of "seasoned": Rendered competent through trial and experience.
  4. Troops seasoned in combat.
    A seasoned traveler.
    Veteran steadiness.
    A veteran officer.


  5. Translate "seasoned" to Spanish: aclimatado
    English Synonyms of "seasoned": adjusted, adapted, inured, acclimated
    Define meaning of "seasoned": Altered to accommodate to certain requirements or bring into a proper relation. ; Adjusted to demands of daily living; showing emotional stability. ; Having achieved a comfortable relationship with your environment.

Conceptually-related expressions of "seasoned"
season  Verb
Plural: seasons
  1. Translate "season" to Spanish: sazonar, aderezar, condimentar, adobar, aliñar, marinar, pimentar, poner condimento a, preparar, manir, salpimentar
    English Synonyms of "season": relish, lace, put condiment on, pickle, spice, dress, prepare, flavor, flavour
    Define meaning of "season": Lend flavor to.
  2. The cook seasons the stew, El cocinero adereza el guiso.
    Season the chicken breast after roasting it.

  3. Translate "season" to Spanish: madurar, madurarse
    English Synonyms of "season": ripen, get ripe, mature, turn ripe
    Define meaning of "season": Grow ripe. ; Cause to ripen or develop fully.

  4. Translate "season" to Spanish: poner un poquito de picante a
    English Synonyms of "season": add a little pepper to, enliven, flavor, pep up, pepper, salt
    Define meaning of "season": Lend flavor to.
  5. Season the chicken breast after roasting it.


  6. Translate "season" to Spanish: aclimatarse, inveterarse
    English Synonyms of "season": adapt, adapt oneself, become acclimated, become inveterate, get acclimatized, weather, acclimatize
    Define meaning of "season": Adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions.

  7. Translate "season" to Spanish: aclimatar, aguerrir
    English Synonyms of "season": harden, weather, acclimate, inure, acclimatize
    Define meaning of "season": Make fit.
  8. This trip will season even the hardiest traveller.

season  Noun
  1. Translate "season" to Spanish: estación, estación del año
    English Synonyms of "season": season of the year
    Define meaning of "season": One of the natural periods into which the year is divided by the equinoxes and solstices or atmospheric conditions.
  2. The regular sequence of the seasons.

    [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs


  3. Translate "season" to Spanish: época
    English Synonyms of "season": epoch, era, age, chapter, eon, generation, period
    Define meaning of "season": A unit of geological time. ; A period marked by distinctive character or reckoned from a fixed point or event.

  4. [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs

  5. Translate "season" to Spanish: temporada
    English Synonyms of "season": period, period of time, spell, bout
    Define meaning of "season": A recurrent time marked by major holidays. ; A period of the year marked by special events or activities in some field.
  6. It was the Christmas season.
    He celebrated his 10th season with the ballet company.
    She always looked forward to the avocado season.

    [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs

  7. Translate "season" to Spanish: campaña
    English Synonyms of "season": crop year, fanning year

Verb Conjugation for "season"
Gerund: seasoning

I

you

he/she/it

we

you

they

season

season

seasons

season

season

season

seasoned

seasoned

seasoned

seasoned

seasoned

seasoned

will season

will season

will season

will season

will season

will season

Conceptually-related expressions of "season"
advance the season
all-season-long
all season long
at the height of the season
be in season
be out of season
between season
breeding season
busy season
calving season
channel formed in South Africa by the action of water but usually dry except in the rainy season
Christmas season
Christmas shopping season
climatic season
close season
closed season
cold and flu season
cold season
compliments of the season
dead season
debutant of the current season
dry season
during a season
during the whole season
end-of-season
fall season
farrowing season
felling in growing season
fence season
finish a season undefeated
fishing season
flat season
flu season
flush season
foaling season
football season
for a season
for all seasons
for every time there is a season
fruit eaten in season
grazing season
growing season
gully or streambed in northern Africa and the Middle East that remains dry except during the rainy season
harvest season
hatching season
hay season
haying season
haymaking season
high season
high-season
high season prices
holiday season
hot season
hunting season
in and out of season
in due season
in season
in-season
in season
in season and out of season
industry off-season
inferior-quality black tea grown late in the season
instrument which shows how the rotation of the Earth causes day and night and the seasons
kidding season
lambing season
Lenten season
low-sales season
low season
low-season
mating season
migrate in season
monsoon season
move to better grazing lands according to the season
neo-Pagan festival commemorating phases of the changing seasons
nesting season
next fall season
next spring season
next summer season
next winter season
off season
off-season
off season cultivation
open season
out of season
out of season fruit
out of season vegetable
peak season
person who seasons
plant flowering more than once in a single season
plant whose shoot points remain below ground level during unfavorable seasons
plant whose shoot points remain under water during unfavorable seasons
planting season
pruning season
rainy season
reproduction season
rutting season
shopping season
shoulder season
silly season
slack season
small watercourse that only flows in the rainy season
snowy season
soccer season
sowing season
spawning season
special court for vacation season
spring season
streambed that becomes dry according to the season
suitable for the season
summer season
the entire season
the full season
the summer season
the whole season
threshing season
vacation season
warm season
wet season
which blooms more than once in a single season
winter season
winter sports season
women change with the seasons
word out of season
About this Bilingual English-Spanish Dictionary

DISCLAIMER

We must explain that this Free Online Bilingual Dictionary includes all of our products that you can find in our products page. You will find that it is the most complete online bilingual and bidirectional English-Spanish dictionary on the web, showing not only direct translations but synonyms, complete definitions, set phrases, idioms, proverbs, usage examples, famous quotes and compound entries as well, all related to your entry word. On top of that, it offers English and Spanish pronunciation, separation into syllables and grammar attributes. It also accepts conjugated verbs and Spanish feminine and plural forms as valid entries.

The advantage of acquiring them as your personal software is that you will enjoy a better, even friendlier interface with many, many more features including word tagging, Bilingual Verb Conjugation, Double-Window Synonyms, idiom search facilities plus a unique collection of 40,000 color pictures associated with noun entries.

Here are just a few numbers:

  • 1,300,000 direct entries
  • More than 6 million inflected entries recognized
  • More than 300,000 idiomatic expressions in both languages
  • Famous Quips & Quotes - corresponding to 15,000 entries in each language
  • Graphics: 40,000 color pictures attached to nouns
  • Voice Recognition and pronunciation
  • Enter conjugated entries, even Spanish enclitic verb conjugations (i.e. hazlo; cómetelo, etc.)
  • Enter feminine or plural Spanish nouns or adjectives

ENGLISH-SPANISH TRANSLATION SOFTWARE

We also offer you our prize-winning English-Spanish Translators

We offer you several types of English-Spanish Translators, the best of which combine Automatic, context-sensitive translation plus Interactive, User-guided translation. Our top version, the Translator Professional Plus 5, comprises the following features: images for easier meaning selection, a Translation Options Module using a multiple-choice wizard that lets you choose among all possible variations for your translation, Voice Recognition for dictation capabilities and Voice Commands that allow you to call out the tasks you need without using mouse or keyboard. Download a test trial version below!

 




Thanks to the team at AppSourcing web design