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Translation of "vanilla" - English-Spanish dictionary

vanilla

noun [no plural]   /vəˈnɪl·ə/
a substance that is used to give flavour to some sweet foods vainilla vanilla ice cream
(Definition of vanilla from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vanilla

noun /vəˈnilə/
a flavouring/flavoring obtained from a tropical orchid, and used in ice-cream and other foods vainilla (also adjective) vanilla ice-cream.
(Definition of vanilla from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “vanilla”
in Korean 바닐라…
in Arabic فانيلْيا…
in Malaysian vanila…
in French (à la) vanille…
in Russian ваниль…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於給食物調味的)香子蘭精,香草精…
in Italian vaniglia…
in Turkish vanilya…
in Polish wanilia…
in Vietnamese quả vani…
in Portuguese baunilha…
in Thai วนิลา…
in German die Vanille…
in Catalan vainilla…
in Japanese バニラ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于给食物调味的)香子兰精,香草精…
in Indonesian vanili…
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