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Translation of "malt" - English-Spanish dictionary

malt

noun   /mɒlt/
[no plural] grain, usually barley, that has been left in water until it starts to grow and is then dried. It is used in the making of alcoholic drinks such as beer and whisky malta 516
malt verb  
(Definition of malt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

malt

noun /moːlt/
barley or other grain soaked in water, allowed to sprout, and dried in a kiln, used in making beer, whisky etc. malta
a variety of malt whisky whisky de malta This pub sells fifteen different malts.
(Definition of malt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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