Today's WOTD is: "azada" = hoe
In Spanish, “azada” is a feminine noun of Latin origin, which means hoe. The addition of the suffix -on to “azada” results in the noun “azadón”, which is often used to refer to a mattock.
A related Spanish noun is “motoazada” which is often used to refer to a motocultivator.
A commonly used expression with the word “azada” is:
- Azada al hombro (hoe on the shoulder);
An example of the use of the word "azada" is:
- Azada al hombro, Pedro se fue a cavar al huerto (hoe on his shoulder, Pedro went to dig in the garden);
Love-Spanish.com loves the word "azada" in the YouTube clip: Cómo funciona una motoazada
For more on the word "azada", visit: Wordreference.com/ Azada
This is another Free online Spanish lesson from Love-Spanish.com. We conduct Spanish lessons online on a wide range of topics using the latest video conferencing facilities. Online lessons are the ideal way to improve listening and speaking skills. For more details on our lessons online and how to book them, please visit:
For more Free Spanish:
Follow us on:
© Copyright 2013 Love-Spanish.com. by Jose M González. All Rights Reserved.