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Translation of "ketchup" - English-Spanish dictionary

ketchup

noun [no plural]   /ˈketʃ·ʌp/ ( UK also tomato ketchup, also US catsup)
a cold, red sauce made from tomatoes ketchup
(Definition of ketchup from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ketchup

noun /ˈketʃəp/
a flavouring/flavoring sauce made from tomatoes or mushrooms etc salsa de tomate, ketchup a bottle of tomato ketchup.
(Definition of ketchup from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ketchup”
in Korean 케첩…
in Arabic كَتْشاب…
in Malaysian sos tomato…
in French ketchup…
in Russian кетчуп…
in Chinese (Traditional) 番茄醬…
in Italian ketchup…
in Turkish ketçap…
in Polish keczup, ketchup…
in Vietnamese nước sốt cà chua…
in Portuguese catchup, molho de tomate condimentado…
in Thai ซอสมะเขือเทศ…
in German das Ketchup…
in Catalan quètxup…
in Japanese ケチャップ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 西红柿酱…
in Indonesian saus tomat…
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