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ricenoun [U]

 us   /rɑɪs/
the small brown or white seeds produced by a grass plant that are a major food source in many countries, or the plant itself, which is grown in warm, wet places
Translations of “rice”
in Arabic أُرْز…
in Korean 쌀…
in Malaysian beras, nasi…
in French riz…
in Turkish pirinç…
in Italian riso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大米,米, 米飯, 稻子…
in Russian рис…
in Polish ryż…
in Vietnamese cây lúa…
in Spanish arroz…
in Portuguese arroz…
in Thai ต้นข้าว…
in German der Reis…
in Catalan arròs…
in Japanese (食用の)米…
in Indonesian padi, beras, nasi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大米,米, 米饭, 稻子…
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