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mustard

noun [U]  us   /ˈmʌs·tərd/
a yellow or brown thick liquid that tastes spicy and is eaten in small amounts, esp. on meat and sandwiches: a hot dog with mustard
Translations of “mustard”
in Arabic خَرْدَل…
in Korean 겨자…
in Malaysian mustard…
in French moutarde…
in Turkish hardal…
in Italian senape…
in Chinese (Traditional) 芥末, 芥末醬…
in Russian горчица…
in Polish musztarda…
in Vietnamese cây mù tạc…
in Spanish mostaza…
in Portuguese mostarda…
in Thai ผงมัสตาร์ดสำหรับปรุงอาหาร…
in German der Senf…
in Catalan mostassa…
in Japanese マスタード…
in Indonesian moster…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芥末, 芥子酱…
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