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podnoun [C]

uk   /pɒd/  us   /pɑːd/

pod noun [C] (PLANT)

a long, narrow, flat part of some plants, such as beans and peas, that contains the seeds and usually has a thick skin: seed pods a pea/vanilla pod

pod noun [C] (AIRCRAFT)

pod noun [C] (WHALES/DOLPHINS)

a group of sea mammals such as whales or dolphins
Translations of “pod”
in Arabic قَرْن…
in Korean (콩) 꼬투리…
in Malaysian lenggai…
in French cosse…
in Turkish fasulye, tohum zarfı…
in Italian baccello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物的一部分, 莢, 莢果…
in Russian стручок…
in Polish strąk, strączek…
in Vietnamese quả đậu…
in Spanish vaina…
in Portuguese vagem…
in Thai ฝักถั่ว…
in German die Hülse…
in Catalan beina…
in Japanese (マメなどの)さや…
in Indonesian polong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物的一部分, 荚, 荚果…
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