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Translation of "ginger" - English-Spanish dictionary

ginger

noun /ˈdʒindʒə/
a hot-tasting root which is used as a spice
jengibre
Chop the ginger finely.
ginger ale noun ( ginger beer) a type of non-alcoholic drink flavoured/flavored with ginger
ginger ale (gaseosa de jengibre)
a bottle of ginger beer.
gingerbread noun (a) cake flavoured/flavored with treacle and ginger.
pan de jengibre
Translations of “ginger”
in Arabic زَنْجَبيل…
in Korean 생강…
in Malaysian halia…
in French gingembre…
in Turkish zencefil…
in Italian zenzero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人, 長著薑黃色頭髮的人…
in Russian имбирь…
in Polish imbir…
in Vietnamese gừng…
in Portuguese gengibre…
in Thai ขิง…
in German der Ingwer…
in Catalan gingebre…
in Japanese ショウガ…
in Indonesian jahe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人, 长着姜黄色头发的人…
(Definition of ginger from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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