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Meaning of “wholemeal” - Learner’s Dictionary

wholemeal

adjective
 
/ˈhəʊlmiːl/ UK ( also UK/US whole wheat)
made using whole grains, or made from flour that contains whole grains: wholemeal bread/flour Bread
Translations of “wholemeal”
in Chinese (Traditional) (麵粉或食品)全麥的…
in Russian сделанный из цельного зерна…
in Turkish kepekli, kepekli undan yapılmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) (面粉或食品)全麦的…
in Polish razowy…
(Definition of wholemeal from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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