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maizenoun [U]

us   /meɪz/
corn
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maizenoun [U]

uk   /meɪz/ us   /meɪz/ UK US corn
a tall plant grown in many parts of the world for its yellow seeds, which are eaten as food, made into flour, or fed to animals

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Translations of “maize”
in Korean 옥수수, 메이즈…
in Arabic ذُرَة…
in Malaysian jagung…
in French maïs…
in Russian маис, кукуруза…
in Chinese (Traditional) 玉蜀黍,玉米…
in Italian mais, granturco…
in Turkish mısır…
in Polish kukurydza…
in Spanish maíz…
in Vietnamese ngô…
in Portuguese milho…
in Thai ข้าวโพด…
in German der Mais…
in Catalan blat de moro…
in Japanese トウモロコシ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 玉蜀黍,玉米…
in Indonesian jagung…
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