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cinnamon

noun [U]  us   /ˈsɪn·ə·mən/
a spice, made from the bark (= outer covering) of a tropical tree, usually available in the form of powder or a rolled piece of bark: The smell of cinnamon makes me hungry for cookies. Cinnamon is also a red-brown color: The dress is available in cinnamon and green.
Translations of “cinnamon”
in Arabic قِرفة…
in Korean 시나몬, 계피…
in Malaysian kulit kayu manis…
in French cannelle…
in Turkish tarçın…
in Italian cannella…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肉桂,桂皮, 肉桂粉…
in Russian корица…
in Polish cynamon…
in Vietnamese quế…
in Spanish canela…
in Portuguese canela…
in Thai ซินนามอน…
in German der Zimt…
in Catalan canyella…
in Japanese シナモン…
in Indonesian kayu manis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肉桂,桂皮, 肉桂粉…
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