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Meaning of “stalk” - Learner’s Dictionary

stalk

noun [C]     /stɔːk/
the main stem of a plantParts of plants
Translations of “stalk”
in Arabic ساق النَّبْتة…
in Korean 식물의 줄기…
in Malaysian batang…
in French tige…
in Turkish sap…
in Italian stelo, gambo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (植物的)莖,稈, (葉或果實的)柄,蒂, (花)梗…
in Russian стебель…
in Polish łodyga…
in Vietnamese thân, cuống…
in Spanish tallo…
in Portuguese talo…
in Thai ลำต้น…
in German der Stengel…
in Catalan tija…
in Japanese 茎…
in Indonesian batang…
in Chinese (Simplified) (植物的)茎,杆, (叶或果实的)柄,蒂, (花)梗…
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