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    Default O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    For one of my Christmas recipes I need cranberries.
    We are currently in Spain, so I translated the word "cranberry" in Google Translate into Spanish.
    It gives me the word "arandano".
    When I went to the shop, I found out that "arandanos" are in fact blueberries.
    So, can anyone tell me, what the Spanish word for cranberry is?
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    Did you try arandano agrio or or arandano rojo?
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    No, just arandano.
    Should I try arandano rojo?
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    Rojo is red and agrio is sour so agrio arandano rojo. I’m just guessing here
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    Or you could show them a picture of a cranberry
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish


    When I go back to the shop I'll give it a try and look at their faces, when I ask!
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    Just asked my niece married to a man from Spain. I'll get back to you!

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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    Apparently this is confusing bc arandano means both. Here's what I was told: "You'd say arándano azul for blueberry and arándano agrio for cranberry."


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    Yep, my niece said "They use arándano but they aren’t very popular in Spain!"

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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    Thank you all!
    I think I've seen them once, but now I can't find them anywhere.
    Maybe I can find some frozen.
    Otherwise I'll substitute with the blueberries, given the fact they seem to be related...
    Thanks again!
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    I think they are only related in Spain. A cranberry has the consistency of an apple if you bite into a fresh one, and is very tart, where a blueberry is soft and really sweet.

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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish


    Then I wil have to buy some apples instead!
    Thanks for saving my christmas dinner!
    I am making some sort of boboti, with sweet potato mash: http://mailchi.mp/bariatriccookery/h...g?e=0ebf368675
    Ho ho ho.
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    I bought apples, but I also found some bags with dried cranberries and a bottle of cranberry juice!
    And I think that dried cranberry plus cranberry juice equals fresh cranberry!
    No idea how this works out, they're soaking in the fridge right now...
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    Default Re: O.T. need help with translation English-Spanish

    I've started learning Latin a few months ago, and this is very useful! So, thank you for sharing this! I devote two hours to it two times per week, and I must say it's pretty challenging to learn the grammar all by myself! I use the Lingua Latina per se Illustrata as a textbook, but if you guys know any other books for beginners, I would be very thankful if you could share them with me! My mother tongue is Spanish, so it's not that difficult to understand, but since I've been studying in a German school for nearly six years now, it's a bit difficult, lol! Oh, almost forgot! I've started teaching my five-year-old sister some English, but I've been struggling with finding some english worksheets for kids of her age. Any clues where I could find any?

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