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oatsplural noun

 us   /oʊts/
a tall plant grown for its grain, or the grain from this plant used for food
oat
adjective  us   /oʊt/
oat bran
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"oats" in British English

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oatsnoun [plural]

uk   /əʊts/  us   /oʊts/
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Translations of “oats”
in Korean 귀리…
in Arabic شوفان…
in Malaysian pokok oat…
in French avoine…
in Russian овес…
in Chinese (Traditional) 燕麥…
in Italian avena…
in Turkish yulaf…
in Polish owies…
in Spanish avena…
in Vietnamese yến mạch…
in Portuguese aveia…
in Thai ข้าวโอ๊ต…
in German der Hafer…
in Catalan civada…
in Japanese カラスムギ(の粒)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 燕麦…
in Indonesian gandum…
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