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runner bean

noun [C usually plural] uk   us   UK (US string bean)
a bean with long, green pods that can be eaten, or the plant from which these beans grow
Translations of “runner bean”
in Korean 깍지콩…
in Arabic فاصوليا إسبانِيّة…
in Portuguese feijão-da-espanha…
in Catalan mongeta tendra…
in Japanese サヤマメ…
in Italian fagiolo scarlatto (tipo di fagiolino verde)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紅花菜豆…
in Russian стручковая фасоль…
in Turkish çalı fasulyesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 红花菜豆…
in Polish fasolka szparagowa…
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