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coconut

noun uk   /ˈkəʊ.kə.nʌt/  us   /ˈkoʊ-/
B1 [C] a large fruit like a nut with a thick, hard, brown shell containing hard, white flesh that can be eaten and a clear liquidB1 [U] the white flesh of the coconut, often used in cooking: grated/shredded coconut
Translations of “coconut”
in Arabic جَوز الهِنْد…
in Korean 코코넛…
in Malaysian kelapa, santan…
in French noix de coco…
in Turkish Hindistan cevizi…
in Italian (noce di) cocco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 椰子, (常用於烹飪的)椰肉…
in Russian кокосовый орех…
in Polish kokos, orzech kokosowy…
in Vietnamese quả dừa, cùi dừa…
in Spanish coco…
in Portuguese coco…
in Thai มะพร้าว, เนื้อมะพร้าว…
in German die Kokosnuß…
in Catalan coco…
in Japanese ココナツ…
in Indonesian kelapa, daging buah kelapa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 椰子, (常用于烹饪的)椰肉…
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