she's the number one seedes cabeza de serie número uno;she's the first seedes la primera cabeza de serie
Steve Davis was \the number one seed\ in world snooker for many yearsBoris Becker is a top seeded player at Wimbledon this year
3[of idea etc]germen (m)
to sow seeds of doubt in sb's mindsembrar la duda en la mente de algn
to sow plant the seeds of sthThe seeds of doubt had been sown...There is no genius without a seed of madness.National revolt was a long way off but the seeds of it were already being sown.the seeds of truth grew\...you are planting a seed in your mind\ that will make you react in the same way the next time.
4(semen)simiente (f);(offspring)descendencia (f)
Sperm: the male seed which fertilizes the egg....the foetus forms from the male's seed....the seed of Abraham.
1(plant with seeds)sembrar;withde
newly seeded lawns
2(remove seed of)[+fruits]despepitar
Take 8oz (225g) of green grapes, skin, half and seed them...
3(Dep)clasificar como cabeza de serie
the US are seeded number oneEstados Unidos parte como cabeza de serie número uno
He was seeded number 2.
(Bot)(form seeds)granar;dar en grana;(shed seeds)dejar caer semillas
The heads can be cut away before they start seeding
seed box (n)caja (f) de simientes;semillero (m)
Wolfe returned the shrug and opened a seed catalogue.Check seed catalogues for availability.
seed corn (n)trigo (m) de siembra
the scheme offers \seed corn finance\ with loans of up to 5000 pounds
seed drill (n)sembradora (f)
seed merchant (n)vendedoravendedora (m) (f) de semillas;avendedora
seed pearl (n)aljófar (m)
seed pod (n)vaina (f)
seed potato (n)patata (f)or papa (f) de siembra; (LAm)