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scallion

noun [C] uk   /ˈskæl.i.ən/ US us  
Translations of “scallion”
in Korean 봄양파…
in Arabic بَصل أخضَر…
in Portuguese cebolinha…
in Catalan ceballot…
in Japanese 春タマネギ, エシャロット, リーク…
in Italian cipollotto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嫩洋蔥…
in Russian зеленый лук…
in Turkish yeşil soğan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嫩洋葱…
in Polish cebulka, szalotka…
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