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bran

noun [U] uk   /bræn/ us  
the outer covering of grain that is separated when making white flour. Bran is added to other foods because it contains a lot of the fibre needed for a healthy body: wheat/oat bran Both these breakfast cereals have added bran.
Translations of “bran”
in Spanish Salvado…
in Korean 겨…
in Arabic نُخالة…
in Portuguese farelo…
in Catalan segó…
in Japanese ふすま(小麦をひいて粉にする時に残る皮のくず)…
in Italian crusca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 麩皮…
in Chinese (Simplified) 麸皮…
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