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Meaning of “cauliflower” - Learner’s Dictionary

cauliflower

noun [C, U]     /ˈkɒlɪˌflaʊər/
a large, round, white vegetable with thick, green leaves around the outside Types of vegetablePlants in general
Translations of “cauliflower”
in Arabic قَرْنَبيط, نَبات الزَّهْرة…
in Korean 콜리플라워…
in Malaysian bunga kubis…
in French chou-fleur…
in Turkish karnabahar…
in Italian cavolfiore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花椰菜,菜花,椰菜花…
in Russian цветная капуста…
in Polish kalafior…
in Vietnamese súp lơ…
in Spanish coliflor…
in Portuguese couve-flor…
in Thai ต้นกะหล่ำดอก…
in German der Blumenkohl…
in Catalan coliflor…
in Japanese カリフラワー…
in Indonesian kembang kol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花椰菜,菜花…
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