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Translation of "broccoli" - English-Spanish dictionary

broccoli

noun [no plural]   /ˈbrɒk·ə·li/
B1 a green vegetable with a thick stem brécol
(Definition of broccoli from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

broccoli

noun /(British ) ˈbrokəli; (American) ˈbrokəliː, ˈbrokliː/
a vegetable that has short branch-like green stems with green or purple buds on the ends Brocóli a head of broccoli cream of broccoli soup.
(Definition of broccoli from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “broccoli”
in Korean 브로콜리…
in Arabic بروكلي (نوع من الخضروات)…
in Malaysian brokoli…
in Russian брокколи…
in Chinese (Traditional) 西蘭花,花椰菜, 球莖甘藍…
in Italian broccolo…
in Turkish brokoli, yeşil bir sebze…
in Polish brokuły…
in Vietnamese súp lơ xanh…
in Portuguese brócolis…
in Thai ต้นบรอกโคลี…
in Catalan bròquil…
in Japanese ブロッコリー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 西兰花,花椰菜, 球茎甘蓝…
in Indonesian brokoli…
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