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Meaning of “lentil” - Learner’s Dictionary

lentil

noun [C]     /ˈlentəl/
a very small, dried bean which is cooked and eaten: lentil soupBeans and pulses
Translations of “lentil”
in Arabic عَدْس…
in Korean 렌틸, 콩…
in Malaysian lentil…
in French lentille…
in Turkish mercimek…
in Italian lenticchia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小扁豆,兵豆…
in Russian чечевица…
in Polish soczewica…
in Vietnamese cây đậu lãng…
in Spanish lenteja…
in Portuguese lentilha…
in Thai พืชตระกูลถั่วชนิดหนึ่ง…
in German die Linse…
in Catalan llentia…
in Japanese レンズ豆…
in Indonesian biji kacang-kacangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小扁豆,兵豆…
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