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chives

noun   /tʃaɪvz/
a plant with long, thin leaves and purple flowers, or its leaves when cut into small pieces and used in cooking to give a flavour similar to onions cebollinos 868526
(Definition of chives from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chives

noun plural /tʃaivz/
the long thin hollow leaves of a plant with purple flowers which taste like onion and are used in cooking Cebollino a bunch of fresh chives.
(Definition of chives from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “chives”
in Vietnamese cây hẹ…
in Malaysian kucai…
in Thai กุยช่าย…
in Chinese (Simplified) (烹调用的)细香葱,四季葱…
in Turkish Frenk soğanı…
in Russian шнитт-лук…
in Indonesian lokio, sejenis bawang…
in Chinese (Traditional) (烹調用的)細香蔥,四季蔥…
in Polish szczypiorek…
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