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peanut

noun /ˈpiːnat/
(also groundnutor monkey nut) a type of nut that looks rather like a pea
cacahuete
roast peanuts.
peanut butter noun a soft food made from crushed peanuts that you eat spread on bread
Mantequilla de Cacahuete
(also adjective) a peanut butter sandwich.
Traducciones de “peanut”
en árabe فول سوداني…
en coreano 땅콩…
in Malaysian kacang tanah…
en francés cacahuète…
en turco yer fıstığı…
en italiano arachide, nocciolina americana…
en chino (tradicionál) 果仁, 花生,花生米…
en ruso арахис…
en polaco orzeszek ziemny…
in Vietnamese hạt lạc…
en portugués amendoim…
in Thai ถั่ว…
en alemán die Erdnuß…
en catalán cacauet…
en japonés ピーナッツ, 落花生…
in Indonesian kacang tanah…
en chino (simplificado) 果仁, 花生,花生米…
(Definition of peanut from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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