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rye

noun [U]
 
 
/raɪ/
a type of grain, the seeds of which are used to make flour or whisky or to feed animals
黑麥,裸麥;裸麥粒
rye bread
黑麥麵包
Spirits and distillingCerealsAnimal food
whisky made with rye
黑麥威士忌酒
a glass of rye
一杯黑麥威士忌酒
Spirits and distilling
Translations of “rye”
in Arabic نَبات الجاودار…
in Korean 호밀…
in Malaysian rai…
in French seigle…
in Turkish çavdar…
in Italian segale…
in Russian рожь…
in Polish żyto…
in Vietnamese lúa mạch đen…
in Spanish centeno…
in Portuguese centeio…
in Thai ธัญพืชคล้ายข้าวสาลี ใช้ทำอาหารและเลี้ยงสัตว์…
in German der Roggen…
in Catalan sègol…
in Japanese ライ麦…
in Indonesian sejenis gandum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黑麦,裸麦, 裸麦粒, 黑麦威士忌酒…
(Definition of rye from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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