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wheatnoun [U]

uk   /wiːt/  us   /wiːt/
B2 a ​plant whose yellowish-brown ​grain is used for making ​flour, or the ​grain itself: wheat ​fields Wheat is a ​staplecrop for millions of ​peopleacross the ​world.
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(Definition of wheat from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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wheatnoun [U]

 us   /hwit, wit/
a ​plant whose yellow-brown ​grain is used for making ​flour, or the ​grain itself
(Definition of wheat from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wheat”
in Korean 밀…
in Arabic قَمْح…
in Malaysian gandum…
in French blé…
in Russian пшеница…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小麥…
in Italian frumento…
in Turkish buğday…
in Polish pszenica…
in Spanish trigo…
in Vietnamese cây lúa mỳ…
in Portuguese trigo…
in Thai ข้าวสาลี…
in German der Weizen…
in Catalan blat…
in Japanese コムギ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小麦…
in Indonesian terigu…
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