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sushi

noun [U]  us   /ˈsu·ʃi/
a type of food, originally from Japan, made from cold, boiled rice pressed into a ball or square with small pieces of raw fish or other food on top
Translations of “sushi”
in Vietnamese món sushi…
in Spanish Sushi…
in Thai ซูชิ…
in Malaysian sushi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 壽司(一種日本食物)…
in Indonesian sushi…
in Russian суши…
in Turkish suşi, çiğ balık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 寿司(一种日本食物)…
in Polish sushi…
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