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Meaning of “lettuce” - Learner’s Dictionary

lettuce

noun [C]     /ˈletɪs/
B1 a plant with green leaves, which is eaten in salads Types of vegetablePlants in general
Translations of “lettuce”
in Arabic خَصّ…
in Korean 상추…
in Malaysian pokok salad…
in French laitue…
in Turkish marul, kıvırcık salata…
in Italian lattuga, insalata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生菜, 萵苣…
in Russian салат-латук…
in Polish sałata…
in Vietnamese cây rau diếp…
in Spanish lechuga…
in Portuguese alface…
in Thai ผักสลัด…
in German der Kopfsalat…
in Catalan enciam…
in Japanese レタス…
in Indonesian daun selada…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生菜, 莴苣…
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