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Meaning of “celery” - Learner’s Dictionary

celery

noun [U]     /ˈseləri/
a vegetable with long, pale green stems, often eaten in salads Types of vegetablePlants in general
Translations of “celery”
in Arabic كَرفس…
in Korean 셀러리…
in Malaysian saderi…
in French céleri…
in Turkish kereviz…
in Italian sedano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 芹菜…
in Russian сельдерей…
in Polish seler…
in Vietnamese cần tây…
in Spanish apio…
in Portuguese aipo, salsão…
in Thai ผักคึ่นช่าย…
in German der Sellerie…
in Catalan api…
in Japanese セロリ…
in Indonesian seledri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芹菜…
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