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almond

noun [C] uk   /ˈɑː.mənd/ us    /ˈɑːl-/
an edible oval nut with a hard shell, or the tree that it grows on: ground/toasted almonds
Translations of “almond”
in Korean 아몬드…
in Arabic لَوْز…
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 Spanish almendro, almendra…
in Portuguese amêndoa…
in German der Mandelbaum, die Mandel…
in Catalan ametlla…
in Japanese アーモンド…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杏仁, 扁桃树…
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