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Translation of "garlic" - English-Spanish dictionary

garlic

noun [no plural]   /ˈɡɑː·lɪk/
A2 a vegetable like a small onion with a very strong taste and smell ajo a clove of garlic
(Definition of garlic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

garlic

noun /ˈɡaːlik/
a plant with a bulb shaped like an onion, which has a strong taste and smell and is used in cooking ajo The sauce is flavoured/flavored with garlic.
(Definition of garlic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “garlic”
in Korean 마늘…
in Arabic ثوم…
in Malaysian bawang putih…
in French ail…
in Russian чеснок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大蒜…
in Italian aglio…
in Turkish sarmısak…
in Polish czosnek…
in Vietnamese cây tỏi…
in Portuguese alho…
in Thai กระเทียม…
in German der Knoblauch…
in Catalan all…
in Japanese ニンニク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大蒜…
in Indonesian bawang putih…
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