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eggplant

noun [C] uk   /ˈeɡ.plɑːnt/ us    /-plænt/ US ( UK aubergine)
B2 an oval, purple vegetable that is white inside and is usually eaten cooked
Translations of “eggplant”
in Korean 가지…
in Arabic باذِنْجان…
in Portuguese berinjela…
in Catalan albergínia…
in Japanese ナス…
in Italian melanzana…
in Chinese (Traditional) 茄子…
in Russian баклажан…
in Turkish patlıcan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 茄子…
in Polish bakłażan…
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