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courgette

noun   /kɔːˈʒet/ UK ( US zucchini)
B1 a long, green vegetable that is white inside calabacín
(Definition of courgette from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

courgette

noun /(British ) kuəˈʒet; (American) kuərˈʒet/
(British ) a long dark green vegetable with white flesh in the marrow family; zucchini (American) Calabazín Slice the courgettes and fry them in a little olive oil.
(Definition of courgette from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “courgette”
in Korean 호박…
in Arabic كوسا…
in Malaysian courgette…
in Russian кабачок (овощ)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小胡瓜,密生西葫蘆…
in Italian zucchino…
in Turkish yeşil, uzun kabak…
in Polish cukinia…
in Vietnamese bí xanh…
in Portuguese abobrinha…
in Thai ซูกินี, พืชตระกูลแตง…
in Catalan carabassó…
in Japanese ズッキーニ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小胡瓜,密生西葫芦…
in Indonesian zukini, labu kecil…
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