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vegnoun [U or plural]

uk   us   /vedʒ/ UK informal
vegetables: a fruit and veg stall He still prefers the old-fashioned British meal of meat and two veg.
Translations of “veg”
in Arabic خُضرَوات…
in Korean “vegetables”의 축약형…
in Malaysian sayur…
in Turkish sebzeler…
in Italian forma abbreviata di “vegetables”: verdura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蔬菜…
in Russian овощи…
in Polish warzywa, jarzynka…
in Vietnamese rau…
in Spanish verduras…
in Portuguese forma abreviada de “vegetables”: verduras, legumes…
in Thai ผัก…
in Catalan forma abreujada de “vegetables”: verdura…
in Japanese “vegetable” の短縮形: 野菜…
in Indonesian sayur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蔬菜…
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