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cashew

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈkæʃ.uː/ /kəˈʃuː/ (also cashew nut, cashew nut)
a small nut from a tropical American tree that can be eaten
Translations of “cashew”
in Arabic كاشو…
in Korean 캐슈 넛…
in Malaysian gajus…
in French noix de cajou…
in Turkish mahun fıstığı, kaju fıstığı…
in Italian anacardio, noce di acagiù…
in Russian кешью…
in Polish orzech nerkowca…
in Vietnamese cây đào lộn hột…
in Spanish anacardo…
in Portuguese caju…
in Thai มะม่วงหิมพานต์…
in German der Chashewbaum…
in Catalan anacard…
in Japanese カシューナッツ…
in Indonesian kacang mete, mede, mente…
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