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gingernoun [U]

us   /ˈdʒɪn·dʒər/
the spicy root of a tropical plant, used esp. as a powder in cooking and baking
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gingernoun

uk   /ˈdʒɪn.dʒər/ us   /ˈdʒɪn.dʒɚ/

gingeradjective

/ˈdʒɪn.dʒər/ /ˈdʒɪn.dʒɚ/
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Translations of “ginger”
in Korean 생강…
in Arabic زَنْجَبيل…
in Malaysian halia…
in French gingembre…
in Russian имбирь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 調味品, 薑,生薑…
in Italian zenzero…
in Turkish zencefil…
in Polish imbir…
in Spanish jengibre…
in Vietnamese gừng…
in Portuguese gengibre…
in Thai ขิง…
in German der Ingwer…
in Catalan gingebre…
in Japanese ショウガ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 调味品, 姜,生姜…
in Indonesian jahe…
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