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sweetcorn

noun [U] uk   /ˈswiːt.kɔːn/ us    /-kɔːrn/ mainly UK ( US usually corn)
the yellow seeds of a particular type of the maizecorn plant, eaten as a vegetable
Translations of “sweetcorn”
in Korean 옥수수…
in Arabic ذُرة…
in Portuguese milho verde…
in Catalan blat de moro…
in Japanese トウモロコシ…
in Italian mais…
in Chinese (Traditional) 甜玉米…
in Russian сладкая кукуруза…
in Turkish mısır…
in Chinese (Simplified) 甜玉米…
in Polish kukurydza (cukrowa)…
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