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oats

noun [plural] uk   /əʊts/  us   /oʊts/
a plant that is a type of grass, or its grain used in baking and cooking or to feed animals: a field of oats rolled oats (= oats that have been pressed flat) porridge oats These biscuits contain oats.
Translations of “oats”
in Arabic شوفان…
in Korean 귀리…
in Malaysian pokok oat…
in French avoine…
in Turkish yulaf…
in Italian avena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 燕麥…
in Russian овес…
in Polish owies…
in Vietnamese yến mạch…
in Spanish avena…
in Portuguese aveia…
in Thai ข้าวโอ๊ต…
in German der Hafer…
in Catalan civada…
in Japanese カラスムギ(の粒)…
in Indonesian gandum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 燕麦…
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