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cauliflowernoun [C/U]

us   /ˈkɑl·ɪˌflɑʊ·ər, ˈkɔ·lɪ-, -ˌflɑʊər/
a firm, round, white vegetable that is eaten cooked or raw
(Definition of cauliflower from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cauliflower”
in Korean 콜리플라워…
in Arabic قَرْنَبيط, نَبات الزَّهْرة…
in Malaysian bunga kubis…
in French chou-fleur…
in Russian цветная капуста…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花椰菜,菜花,椰菜花…
in Italian cavolfiore…
in Turkish karnabahar…
in Polish kalafior…
in Spanish coliflor…
in Vietnamese súp lơ…
in Portuguese couve-flor…
in Thai ต้นกะหล่ำดอก…
in German der Blumenkohl…
in Catalan coliflor…
in Japanese カリフラワー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花椰菜,菜花…
in Indonesian kembang kol…
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