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vinegar

noun [U] uk   /ˈvɪn.ɪ.ɡər/  us   /-ɡɚ/
B2 a sharp-tasting liquid, made especially from sour wine, malt , or cider , that is used to add flavour to or to preserve food: wine vinegar Would you like oil and vinegar on your salad?
Translations of “vinegar”
in Arabic خَلّ…
in Korean 식초…
in Malaysian cuka…
in French vinaigre…
in Turkish sirke…
in Italian aceto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 醋…
in Russian уксус…
in Polish ocet…
in Vietnamese giấm…
in Spanish vinagre…
in Portuguese vinagre…
in Thai น้ำส้มสายชู…
in German der Essig…
in Catalan vinagre…
in Japanese 酢…
in Indonesian cuka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 醋…
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