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Meaning of “potato” - Learner’s Dictionary

potato

noun [C, U]     /pəˈteɪtəʊ/ ( plural potatoes)
A1 a round vegetable with a brown, yellow, or red skin that grows in the ground: boiled/fried potatoes mashed potato →  See also couch potato , jacket potato , sweet potato Types of vegetablePlants in general
Translations of “potato”
in Arabic بَطاطس…
in Korean 감자…
in Malaysian pokok kentang, kentang…
in French pomme de terre…
in Turkish patates…
in Italian patata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 馬鈴薯…
in Russian картофель…
in Polish ziemniak, kartofel…
in Vietnamese cây khoai tây, củ khoai tây…
in Spanish patata…
in Portuguese batata…
in Thai มันฝรั่ง, หัวพืชที่อยู่ใต้ดิน…
in German die Kartoffel…
in Catalan patata…
in Japanese ジャガイモ…
in Indonesian kentang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 马铃薯,土豆…
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