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lettuce

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈlet.ɪs/ us    /ˈlet̬-/
B1 a plant with large, green leaves, eaten uncooked in salads
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in Korean 상추…
in Arabic خَصّ…
in French laitue…
in Turkish marul, kıvırcık salata…
in Italian lattuga, insalata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生菜, 萵苣…
in Russian салат-латук…
in Polish sałata…
in Spanish lechuga…
in Portuguese alface…
in German der Kopfsalat…
in Catalan enciam…
in Japanese レタス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生菜, 莴苣…
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