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nutritious

adjective uk   /njuːˈtrɪʃ.əs/ us    /nuː-/
C1 containing many of the substances needed for life and growth: a nutritious diet Raw spinach is especially nutritious.
Translations of “nutritious”
in Korean 영양이 풍부한…
in Arabic مُغَذٍّ…
in French nutritif, nourrissant…
in Turkish besleyici…
in Italian nutriente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 營養豐富的,營養價值高的…
in Russian питательный…
in Polish pożywny…
in Spanish nutritivo, alimenticio…
in Portuguese nutritivo…
in German nahrhaft…
in Catalan nutritiu…
in Japanese 栄養のある…
in Chinese (Simplified) 营养丰富的,营养价值高的…
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