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almond

noun [C]  us   /ˈɔ·mənd, ˈɔl-/  /ˈɑ·mənd, ˈɑl-/
an edible, oval nut with a hard shell, or the tree that it grows on
Translations of “almond”
in Arabic لَوْز…
in Korean 아몬드…
in Malaysian pokok badam, badam…
in French amandier, amande…
in Turkish acıbadem…
in Italian mandorla…
in Chinese (Traditional) 杏仁, 扁桃樹…
in Russian миндаль…
in Polish migdał…
in Vietnamese cây hạnh nhân, hạt hạnh nhân…
in Spanish almendro, almendra…
in Portuguese amêndoa…
in Thai ต้นอัลมอนด์, เมล็ดอัลมอนด์…
in German der Mandelbaum, die Mandel…
in Catalan ametlla…
in Japanese アーモンド…
in Indonesian badam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杏仁, 扁桃树…
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