carrot Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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carrotnoun

uk   /ˈkær.ət/  us   /ˈker-/

carrot noun (VEGETABLE)

A2 [C or U] a long pointed orange root eaten as a vegetable
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carrot noun (REWARD)

C2 [C] informal something that is offered to someone in order to encourage them to do something
Translations of “carrot”
in Arabic جَزَر…
in Korean 당근…
in Malaysian lobak…
in French carotte…
in Turkish havuç, ödül, teşvik eden şey…
in Italian carota…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蔬菜, 胡蘿蔔…
in Russian морковь, приманка…
in Polish marchewka, marchew…
in Vietnamese củ cà rốt…
in Spanish zanahoria…
in Portuguese cenoura…
in Thai แครอท…
in German die Möhre…
in Catalan pastanaga…
in Japanese ニンジン…
in Indonesian wortel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蔬菜, 胡萝卜…
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