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Meaning of “peanut butter” - Learner’s Dictionary

peanut butter

noun [U] UK ( US peanut butter,   )  
a pale brown food made by crushing peanuts: a peanut butter and jelly sandwichJams and spreads
Translations of “peanut butter”
in Korean 땅콩 버터…
in Arabic زِبدة الفول السوداني…
in Portuguese creme de amendoim…
in Catalan mantega de cacauet…
in Japanese ピーナッツバター…
in Italian burro di arachidi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花生醬…
in Russian арахисовое масло…
in Turkish yer fıstığı ezmesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花生酱…
in Polish masło orzechowe…
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