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cumin

noun [U]     /ˈkjuː.mɪn/
(a plant with) seeds that smell pleasant and are used as a spice, especially in South Asian and Middle Eastern cooking (尤指在印度和中東用作烹飪調味品的)蒔蘿,土茴香子 Herbs and spices
Translations of “cumin”
in Vietnamese cây thì là…
in Spanish Comino…
in Thai ยี่หร่า…
in Malaysian jintan putih…
in Indonesian jintan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在印度和中东用作烹饪调味品的)莳萝,土茴香子…
(Definition of cumin from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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