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aniseed

noun [U] uk   /ˈæn.ɪ.siːd/ us  
the seeds of the anise plant, used to flavour sweet food and alcoholic drinks: aniseed balls
Translations of “aniseed”
in Korean 아니스 씨…
in Arabic بُذور اليانسون…
in Portuguese anis…
in Catalan anís…
in Japanese アニシード(甘い香りのする香辛料)…
in Italian anice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 茴芹籽,洋茴香…
in Chinese (Simplified) 茴芹籽,洋茴香…
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