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mushroom

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmʌʃruːm/
A2 a type of fungus (= organism like a plant) with a short stem and a round top, some types of which can be eaten: pasta with wild mushrooms mushroom pizza/soupBacteria, moulds, germs and virusesTypes of vegetablePlants in general
Translations of “mushroom”
in Arabic فُطْر…
in Korean 버섯…
in Malaysian cendawan…
in French champignon…
in Turkish mantar…
in Italian fungo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蘑菇, 傘菌,蕈…
in Russian гриб…
in Polish grzyb…
in Vietnamese nấm…
in Spanish seta, champiñón…
in Portuguese cogumelo…
in Thai เห็ด…
in German der Pilz…
in Catalan xampinyó, bolet…
in Japanese マッシュルーム…
in Indonesian jamur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蘑菇, 伞菌,蕈…
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