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spinachnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈspɪn.ɪtʃ/
B1 a vegetable with wide, dark green leaves that are eaten cooked or uncooked: spinach lasagne/salad
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spinachadjective

uk   us   /ˈspɪn.ɪtʃ/ informal
not very enjoyable but good for you: spinach cinema
Translations of “spinach”
in Arabic سَبانِخ…
in Korean 시금치…
in Malaysian bayam…
in French épinard, épinards…
in Turkish ıspanak…
in Italian spinaci…
in Chinese (Traditional) 菠菜…
in Russian шпинат…
in Polish szpinak…
in Vietnamese cây rau bina, rau bina…
in Spanish espinaca, espinacas…
in Portuguese espinafre…
in Thai ผักขม, ใบของพืชประเภทผักขม…
in German der Spinat…
in Catalan espinac(s)…
in Japanese ホウレンソウ…
in Indonesian bayam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 菠菜…
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