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maize

noun [U]
 
/meɪz/ UK ( US corn)
a tall plant with yellow seeds that are eaten as foodCerealsGroups of crop plants and economic plants
Translations of “maize”
in Arabic ذُرَة…
in Korean 옥수수, 메이즈…
in Malaysian jagung…
in French maïs…
in Turkish mısır…
in Italian mais, granturco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 玉蜀黍,玉米…
in Russian маис, кукуруза…
in Polish kukurydza…
in Vietnamese ngô…
in Spanish maíz…
in Portuguese milho…
in Thai ข้าวโพด…
in German der Mais…
in Catalan blat de moro…
in Japanese トウモロコシ…
in Indonesian jagung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 玉蜀黍,玉米…
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