Spanish translation of 'laurel'
idiom: to look to one's laurels
no dormirse en los laureles
idiom: to rest on one's laurels
dormirse en los laureles
idiom: to win one's laurels
cargarse de laureles,
- See laurel wreath
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A quiet suburban road with rose-bushes in the front gardens behind the laurel bushes.Coffin on the Water
Just a sprig of laurel tied to the latch of my horse's stall.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
A spot of plum jam dropped on to the leaf of a cherry laurel to the left of the path.Dansville
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Translation of laurel from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary