radish Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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radishnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈræd.ɪʃ/
a ​smallvegetable, usually ​red or ​white and round or ​shaped like a ​finger, that ​growsunderground and is usually ​eatenuncooked in ​salads
(Definition of radish from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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radishnoun [C]

 us   /ˈræd·ɪʃ/
a ​small, ​red or ​whitevegetable that ​grows as a ​root and is ​eatenraw, esp. in ​salads
(Definition of radish from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “radish”
in Korean 래디쉬, 작은 무…
in Arabic فِجل…
in Malaysian lobak…
in French radis…
in Russian редиска…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指紅色或白色,圓形或手指形的)小蘿蔔…
in Italian ravanello…
in Turkish turp…
in Polish rzodkiewka…
in Spanish rábano…
in Vietnamese cây củ cải…
in Portuguese rabanete…
in Thai หัวไชเท้า…
in German das Radieschen…
in Catalan rave…
in Japanese ハツカダイコン, ラディッシュ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指红色或白色,圆形或手指形的)小萝卜…
in Indonesian lobak…
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