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peanutnoun

uk   us   /ˈpiː.nʌt/
  • peanut noun (NUT)

B1 [C] (UK also groundnut) an oval-shaped ​nut that ​growsunderground in ​pairs inside a ​thinbrownshell: peanut/groundnut ​oil salted/dry-roast(ed) peanuts

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peanutnoun [C]

 us   /ˈpi·nət, -ˌnʌt/
a ​smallnut that ​grows in a ​shell under the ​ground
(Definition of peanut from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “peanut”
en coreano 땅콩…
en árabe فول سوداني…
in Malaysian kacang tanah…
en francés cacahuète…
en ruso арахис…
en chino (tradicionál) 果仁, 花生,花生米…
en italiano arachide, nocciolina americana…
en turco yer fıstığı…
en polaco orzeszek ziemny…
en español cacahuete…
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…
en chino (simplificado) 果仁, 花生,花生米…
in Indonesian kacang tanah…
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