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Translation of "turnip" - English-Spanish dictionary

turnip

noun   /ˈtɜː·nɪp/
a large, round, pale yellow vegetable that grows under the ground nabo
(Definition of turnip from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

turnip

noun /təːnip/
a type of plant with a large round root nabo a field of turnips.
the root used as food nabo roast turnip Would you like some turnip?
(Definition of turnip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “turnip”
in Korean 순무…
in Arabic لِفت…
in Malaysian pokok lobak putih, lobak putih…
in French navet…
in Russian репа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蕪菁(植株)…
in Italian rapa…
in Turkish şalgam…
in Polish rzepa…
in Vietnamese cây củ cải, củ cải…
in Portuguese nabo…
in Thai ต้นหัวผักกาด, หัวผักกาด…
in German die Rübe…
in Catalan nap…
in Japanese (野菜の)カブ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芜菁(植株)…
in Indonesian lobak, umbi lobak…
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