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pumpkin

noun [C or U] uk   us   /ˈpʌmp.kɪn/
a large, round vegetable with hard yellow or orange flesh: pumpkin pie
Translations of “pumpkin”
in Arabic قَرع…
in Korean 호박…
in Malaysian buah labu…
in French citrouille…
in Turkish kabak, balkabağı…
in Italian zucca gialla…
in Chinese (Traditional) 南瓜…
in Russian тыква…
in Polish dynia…
in Vietnamese bí ngô…
in Spanish calabaza…
in Portuguese abóbora, moranga…
in Thai ฟักทอง…
in German der Kürbis…
in Catalan carabassa…
in Japanese カボチャ…
in Indonesian labu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 南瓜…
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