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Translation of "barley" - English-Spanish dictionary

barley

noun [no plural]   /ˈbɑː·li/
a type of grain used for making food and alcoholic drinks cebada
(Definition of barley from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

barley

noun /ˈbaːli/
a type of grain used for food and for making beer and whisky cebada The barley is harvested in July.
barley sugar noun
a kind of hard sweet/candy made by melting and cooling sugar azúcar cande/candi a bag of barley sugar.
(Definition of barley from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “barley”
in Korean 보리…
in Arabic شَعير…
in Malaysian barli…
in French orge…
in Russian ячмень…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大麥…
in Italian orzo…
in Turkish arpa…
in Polish jęczmień…
in Vietnamese lúa mạch…
in Portuguese cevada…
in Thai ข้าวบาร์เลย์…
in German die Gerste…
in Catalan ordi…
in Japanese 大麦…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大麦…
in Indonesian sebangsa gandum…
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