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Spanish translation of “corn”

corn

noun /koːn/
the seeds of cereal plants, especially (in Britain) wheat, or (in North America) maize.
cereales (maíz, trigo, avena)
the plants themselves; grain(American)
cereales
a field of corn.
corn on the cob noun an ear of corn (maize) that is cooked and eaten as a vegetable.
mazorca de maíz
corned beef noun salted beef (usually cooked and canned).
cezina
a tin of corned beef.
cornflakes noun plural crushed pieces of corn eaten with milk (and sugar), usually for breakfast
copos de maíz
a bowl of cornflakes a box of cornflakes.
cornflour noun finely ground (especially maize) flour.
harina de maíz, maicena
cornflower noun a blue-flowered plant.
aciano
(Definition of corn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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