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Spanish translation of “bean”

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bean

noun /biːn/
any one of several kinds of pod-bearing plant or its seed
judía, habichuela
broad beans green beans red kidney beans.
the bean-like seed of other plants
grano
coffee beans.
beanbag noun a small cloth bag filled with beans which is used by children in games that involve throwing and catching.
Bolsa Puff
(also beanbag chair) a large cloth bag which is filled with small pieces of plastic and used for sitting on. It resembles a beanbag in shape.
Silla Sacco / Puff
Translations of “bean”
in Korean 콩, (커피나 초콜릿) 콩 열매…
in Arabic فول, بُنّ…
in French haricot, grain…
in Italian fagiolo, chicco, grano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豆, 豆莢, 菜豆…
in Russian боб, фасоль, бобы…
in Turkish fasulye, kahve, bezelye…
in Polish fasolka, fasola, ziarnko (kawy)…
in Portuguese feijão, grão…
in German die Bohne…
in Catalan mongeta, gra…
in Japanese 豆, カカオ豆…
in Chinese (Simplified) 豆, 豆荚, 菜豆…
(Definition of bean from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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