carrot
noun
1. (botany) 
Mabel planted the garden with carrots, lettuce, and cilantro.Mabel sembró el jardín con zanahoria, lechuga y cilantro.
2. (vegetable) 
Carrots are good for your vision. Las zanahorias son buenas para la visión.
3. (figurative) (incentive) 
a. la zanahoria (F) (figurative) 
That company has a carrot-and-stick policy.Esa compañía tiene una política de palo y zanahoria.
Without the carrot, the stick may be ineffective.Sin incentivo, el garrote puede que sea inefectivo.
carrot
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la zanahoria (F) 
2. (fig) 
to hold out a carrotmostrar un señuelo
to use the carrot and stick approachprometer premios si se trabaja bien y amenazar con castigos si no
carrot [ˈkærət]
noun
zanahoria (f)
to dangle a carrot in front of sb or offer sb a carrot ofrecer un incentivo a algn
They will be set targets, with a carrot of extra cash if they achieve them
modifier
carrot cake (n) pastel (m) de zanahoria
Phrases with "carrot"
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carrot cake
el pastel de zanahoria
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