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Significado de “starch” - Diccionario Inglés

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(Definition of starch from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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starchnoun

 us   /stɑrtʃ/
  • starch noun (FOOD)

biology [C/U] a ​substance that ​exists in ​largeamounts in many ​plants [C/U] Starches are ​foodscontaining a ​largeamount of starch, such as ​potatoes, ​rice, ​bread, ​pasta, and ​cereal.
  • starch noun (CHEMICAL)

[U] a ​chemical that is used to make ​clothstiff

starchverb [T]

 us   /stɑrtʃ/
  • starch verb [T] (ADD CHEMICAL)

to ​add starch to ​cloth to make it ​stiff: I starch all my ​dressshirts.
(Definition of starch from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “starch”
en coreano 녹말가루, 풀…
en árabe نِشاء…
in Malaysian kanji…
en francés fécule, amidon…
en ruso крахмал…
en chino (tradicionál) 食物, 澱粉…
en italiano amido…
en turco nişasta, kola…
en polaco skrobia, krochmal…
en español almidón…
in Vietnamese tinh bột, hồ…
en portugués amido, goma (para roupa)…
in Thai แป้ง, แป้งขาวใช้ลงผ้าแข็ง…
en alemán die Stärke…
en catalán midó, fècula…
en japonés でん粉, 洗濯のり…
en chino (simplificado) 食物, 淀粉…
in Indonesian kanji, tepung kanji…
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