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Translation of "pea" - English-Spanish dictionary

pea

noun   /piː/
B1 a small, round, green seed that people eat as a vegetable guisante
(Definition of pea from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pea

noun /piː/
the round seed of a kind of climbing plant, eaten as a vegetable guisante frozen peas garden peas.
the plant which produces these seeds guisante We planted peas and beans this year.
(Definition of pea from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pea”
in Korean 완두콩…
in Arabic بازِلاء…
in Malaysian kacang pis, pokok kacang pis…
in French (petit) pois, pois…
in Russian горох…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豌豆…
in Italian pisello…
in Turkish bezelye…
in Polish groszek, groch…
in Vietnamese đậu Hà Lan, cây đậu Hà Lan…
in Portuguese ervilha…
in Thai ถั่ว, พืชตะกูลถั่ว…
in German die Erbse…
in Catalan pèsol…
in Japanese エンドウ豆…
in Chinese (Simplified) 豌豆…
in Indonesian kacang polong, tanaman kacang polong…
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