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Translation of "pumpkin" - English-Spanish dictionary

pumpkin

noun   /ˈpʌmp·kɪn/
a large, round vegetable with thick, orange skin calabaza
(Definition of pumpkin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pumpkin

noun /ˈpampkin/
a kind of large, round, thick-skinned yellow fruit, eaten as food. calabaza
(Definition of pumpkin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pumpkin”
in Korean 호박…
in Arabic قَرع…
in Malaysian buah labu…
in French citrouille…
in Russian тыква…
in Chinese (Traditional) 南瓜…
in Italian zucca gialla…
in Turkish kabak, balkabağı…
in Polish dynia…
in Vietnamese bí ngô…
in Portuguese abóbora, moranga…
in Thai ฟักทอง…
in German der Kürbis…
in Catalan carabassa…
in Japanese カボチャ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 南瓜…
in Indonesian labu…
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